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German politicians draw attention to the NGOs activities and get a stormy reaction

https://www.mideastdiscourse.com/2021/06/18/german-politicians-draw-attention-to-the-ngos-activities-and-get-a-stormy-reaction/ Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator A German political party has launched an inquiry into Germany’s refugee policy in light of the situation in Hong Kong, and the granting of asylum to activists and protesters. The reaction by some to the inquiry highlights how some NGOs are trying to interfere in German decisions. At…

China Shuts Down Candle Emojis, June 4 References for Tiananmen Anniversary

Users of Chinese social media platform Weibo discovered on Thursday that Beijing’s efforts to suppress commemorations of the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre extend even to banning the emojis for candles and cakes, two symbols often associated with the event. Reporters for Insider.com confirmed on Thursday that posts containing the banned emojis are getting blanked out…

Hong Kong Will Defy Ban on Tiananmen Square Massacre Event with ‘Individual’ Vigils

The Hong Kong Alliance, organizers of an annual vigil to honor the dead of Tiananmen Square, on Tuesday said people may need to “light a candle wherever you are” at 8:00 p.m. on June 4 instead of rallying by the thousands in Victoria Park. The park was the venue for a massive candlelight vigil, the…

China is slowly killing democracy in Hong Kong

On 5 March, the annual session of China’s National People’s Congress was opened – an event that was cancelled last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The session began with the proposal of several reforms that will have a huge impact on the already restricted democracy of Hong Kong. At a time when West is…

China Jails 10 of the ‘Hong Kong 12’ for Trying to Flee to Taiwan

A Chinese court on Wednesday sentenced ten of the so-called “Hong Kong 12” — a group of pro-democracy activists detained by Chinese authorities on August 23 as they tried to flee the city for Taiwan — to up to three years in jail on charges linked to “illegally crossing a border.” The Yantian District People’s…

News: The First Portable Data Recovery Freeware Released and iCare SD Card Recovery Giveaway...

iCareAll Co., Limited recently has released the first portable free data recovery freeware, iCare Data Recovery Free HONG KONG /CitizenWire/ -- iCareAll Co., Limited has recently launched upgraded version of its star program - portable freeware iCare Data Recovery Free that is able to recover unlimited data at no cost, which means users may directly…

Greta Thunberg Defies China, Demands Release of Imprisoned Hong Kong Refugees

Swedish climate activist Great Thunberg on Saturday joined an online campaign demanding the release of 12 Hong Kong pro-democracy activists detained in China. The campaign calls for participants to post a photo of themselves holding up a placard with the hashtag “#Save12HongKongYouths” to social media and to nominate three others to do the same and spread awareness…

Fleeing Virologist: Chinese Coronavirus Was ‘Made in Wuhan Lab’

Li-Meng Yan, a former virologist at the University of Hong Kong School of Public Health, told a U.K. broadcast this weekend that she is certain the Chinese coronavirus “is not from nature” but, rather, artificially engineered at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV). Li-Meng fled to the United States, she explained to the ITV program Loose…

NEWS: FlexClip Celebrates 400% Increase in User Growth to Continued Functional Improvements in 2020

HONG KONG, Aug 18, 2020 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- In exciting for the company, FlexClip, a browser-based video making product from PearlMountain, has reported a 400% user growth for a total of 330k monthly active users over the last year. This trend continues to grow. For those unfamiliar with FlexClip, the product was first launched by…

NYT, WaPo And Some Press Groups Condemn Arrest Of Hong Kong Media Mogul Jimmy...

August 16, 2020 10:40 PM ET Some press groups condemned the arrest of journalist Jimmy Lai while media companies that have accepted money to push Chinese propaganda published editorials decrying his arrest. Lai, a media mogul who founded Hong Kong’s largest media company “Next Digital,” was arrested Monday due to a Chinese national security law,…

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