Hong Kong protestors use ingenious tactics to demand democracy
What they are fighting for here are basic rights of self-determination. They are trying to secure freedom from authoritarian rule with inventive strategies
Canada’s new ambassador to China has long history working with Chinese state-owned companies
As detailed by The New York Times, Barton’s former employer McKinsey & Company has a long rap sheet of working with authoritarian governments, including “22 of the 100 biggest state-owned companies” in China.
All free nations must stand together against Communist China
If we fail to confront China, and if we let the establishment politicians and corporatists sell out our values for a quick buck, then our world could be dominated by a ruthless Communist regime.
Montreal Pride Parade bans Hong Kong pro-democracy activists
Henry Lam, an LGBTQ expat from Hong Kong, has said that Montreal Pride organizers barred his pro-democracy group from the Montreal Pride parade.
University professor indicted for defrauding U.S. government by taking money from Chinese universities
Associate Professor Feng “Franklin” Tao of the University of Kansas (KU) was indicted on August 21 on federal charges of hiding his full-time position for a Chinese university, while simultaneously receiving government funding at (KU).
Pompeo slams NY Times reporter for parroting ‘China’s line’ during Ottawa visit, stands with Canada for release of Spavor, Kovrig
The running battle between the Trump administration and New York Times spilled into Canada on Thursday at a joint press conference in Ottawa
Twitter removes over 936 fake Chinese accounts out of 200,000 strong bot network aimed at undermining Hong Kong freedom movement
On August 19, Twitter disclosed a “significant state-backed information operation” focused on spreading misinformation and undermining the freedom movement currently happening in Hong Kong.
Justin Trudeau and Chrystia Freeland are failures; just ask the dairy farmers
“If the government was so great at negotiating, then why do farmers need to be compensated for losses?”
Hong Kong protests against China’s authoritarianism
China is resorting to more desperate measures of enforcing control by bringing in their People’s Liberation Army close to the Hong Kong border.