Former CSIS leader says Canada needs to see Russia and China as ‘adversaries’
Former CSIS head stated that Canada needs to be more cautious of Russian and Chinese influence.
Canada-China relations mess compounded by Huawei 5G, post-secondary research relations
Huawei 5G on Canadian telecom networks threaten security collaboration with U.S. says former national security advisor Susan Rice: “It’s not a joke. It’s truly serious.”
A reminder that Canadians are still jailed in communist China
Why is there little outrage is over the fact that Canadian citizens Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor are still being arbitrarily jailed in communist China?
Five deadbeat hitmen jailed for same attempted murder
Five Chinese assassins, who subcontracted the killing to each other, have been jailed for attempted murder in Nanning, Guangxi.
Trudeau quizzed on national unity, Canadians detained in China on cusp of minority government
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said no to a formal coalition and yes to building the Trans Mountain expansion today, speaking to media for the first time since hanging on to a minority government on Monday.
Hong Kong Canadians ask why Liberal candidate picked campaign co-chair with ties to China: Report
A Liberal candidate and her election co-chair are being accused of having close ties to the Chinese government according to a report from Global News.
LeBron James is a hypocrite and an apologist for China
The NBA has exposed itself as being deeply hypocritical on the issue of human rights and King James has just cemented his status as King of the Hypocrites.
China angry over Stephen Harper’s visit to Taiwan
China has issued an angry statement over Stephen Harper’s recent visit to Taipei, the capital of Taiwan. His visit makes him the first former Prime Minister to step foot in the province/country and he publicly praised Taiwan’s democratic process, while giving a thinly veiled critique of Communist China.
South Park episode ‘Band in China’ gets South Park banned in China
South Park now joins the likes of Winnie the Pooh, who was featured in the episode. Pooh Bear was also banned in China because the lovable children’s character was used as a facial comparison to mock Chinese President Xi Jinping. Pooh Bear, first seen in a Chinese prison, is assassinated later in the episode by Randy Marsh at the behest of China, after a student makes the comparison.