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Chinese cities face Covid ahead of Winte...

China is battling coronavirus outbreaks in several cities, testing the country’s strict “zero-Covid” strategy just weeks before Beijing hosts the Winter Olympics. Here’s a look at the measures in place in key areas of the world’s most populous nation. Fears are growing over China’s largest domestic Omicron cluster to date in the northern port city […]

Richmond massage parlors, Vancouver, BC

The woman claimed her husband came home with a sexually transmitted infection from a downtown business It looks like Richmond’s unauthorized sex trade is alive and well, if one relies on the sordid story of a naturally angry woman. The woman, who wanted to remain anonymous, contacted the Richmond News with details of how her […]

In today’s New Zealand, it’s not just ab

It took a long time for me to embrace my Maori identity. From my mother’s side, I have whakapapa (related by descent) to Kāi Tahu, the largest iwi (tribe) of Te Waipounamu (the south island of New Zealand), but I grew up believing that I was just Pākehā (New Zealand European). I spent most of […]

Two Toto Draw Winners, Each Receives $ 5...

SINGAPORE – Two punters, who bought their tickets at Tampines Mall and Orchard Plaza, were the lucky winners of the Toto jackpot on Monday January 10th. The Group 1 prize was $ 10,713,876, so each winner will receive approximately $ 5.36 million. The winning numbers were 8, 11, 17, 21, 30 and 44, with an […]

COVID-19: Taiwan to reopen its borders t...

Taiwan is in March to reopen its borders to about 5,000 international language students who do not have the Huayu Enrichment Scholarship from the Ministry of Education, the ministry said. The new regulations are to apply to non-scholarship students wishing to study Mandarin in Taiwan for at least six months, and universities can start making […]

Hong Kong media claim Taiwanese violated...

‘ABSURD’: Wu Rwei-ren, a researcher at Academia Sinica, said this shows that “the laws promulgated by the CCP are very different from those in democratic countries.” By Yang Yuan-ting and Kayleigh Madjar / Journalist, with editor-in-chief Chinese state media accused an Academia Sinica researcher of violating Hong Kong’s national security law, becoming the first Taiwanese […]

Taiwan to reopen for non-scholarship lan...

Taipei, Jan. 9 (CNA) Taiwan will reopen its borders in March to around 5,000 international language students who do not hold the Ministry of Education (MOE) Huayu Enrichment Scholarship, the ministry said. The new regulations will apply to non-scholarship students who wish to study Mandarin in Taiwan for at least six months, and universities can […]

South Korean village protests US plans t...

Activists have been demonstrating against a US missile defense system installed in Seongju County, South Korea, since 2017. Protesters stand near the entrance to the base, the site of a former golf course. Anthony Kuhn / NPR hide caption toggle legend Anthony Kuhn / NPR Activists have been demonstrating against a US missile defense system […]

Filmmaker Zhang Yimou returns for Olympi...

Famous Chinese filmmaker Zhang Yimou promises simpler opening ceremony for next month’s Beijing Winter Games with bold and unprecedented way of lighting the Olympic flame ThroughThe Associated Press January 8, 2022, 3:53 am • 2 minutes to read Share on FacebookShare on twitterEmail this article BEIJING – Famous Chinese filmmaker Zhang Yimou is promising a […]

As Beijing takes control, Chinese tech c...

The video platform that fired Mr. Zhao, iQiyi, had a catastrophic quarter, losing around $ 268 million. Its stock price has fallen 85% from its 2021 high, reflecting investor concerns that the company, which once aspired to be China’s Netflix, will run out of shows that can attract more subscribers. and advertisers. “The biggest problem […]