“Fight on!”: Pro-democracy media mogul Jimmy Lai released in Hong Kong

In images broadcast live on Facebook by his own reporters, he told staff to continue filing the kind of unvarnished dispatches that have infuriated China and pro-Beijing politicians in Hong Kong.

The Latest: Most of Singapore foreign labor cleared of COVID

The Republican lieutenant governor sued Cooper last month, alleging the Democrat’s orders limiting business activities and mass gatherings and mandating face coverings were unlawful because he failed to first get support from the Council of State. The 10-member council includes both of them, Attorney General Josh Stein and other statewide elected officials.

Shares mostly lower in Asia after retreat on Wall Street

Benchmark U.S. crude oil for September delivery gained 14 cents to $41.75 per barrel in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. It fell 0.8% to settle at $41.61 per barrel on Tuesday. Brent crude oil for October delivery picked up 20 cents to $44.70 per barrel. Overnight, it lost 1.1% to settle at […]

Is War in the Air? US Anti-China Bellicosity May Push the World Over the Edge, Prof Warns

The US and China’s systems of governance do have qualitative and structural differences, the academic notes, remarking that neither of them is perfect. Still, whether US policy makers like it or not, the legitimacy of the governing CCP is unquestionable in the eyes of the Chinese people, who regard it as representing the general interest […]

India supera los 2,3 millones de contagios de coronavirus

Corea del Sur reportó 54 nuevos contagios mientras las autoridades tratan de frenar la propagación de la enfermedad ante el aumento de las actividades de ocio y sociales. Las cifras anunciadas por los Centros para el Control y Prevención de Enfermedades situaron el total de infecciones en 14.714 personas, con 305 fallecidos. De los nuevos […]