Hong Kong’s formidable pro-democracy mogul turns 74 today, and Mark Simon has penned an open letter about his friend and former boss.
Author: Jimmy Quinn
Olympic Boycott Highlights Corporate Capitulation to Beijing
Intel, Visa, Airbnb , Coca-Cola, and P&G are standing firm behind an event that U.S. officials are now boycotting for genocide.
Parsing the Admin’s Stance against Uyghur Forced-Labor Bill
Biden officials are lobbying against the legislation by attempting to weaken it, even if they are not telling lawmakers to vote against it.
WTA’s Right: Athletes in China Face Risk of Arbitrary Detention
Beijing has shown few qualms about detaining foreigners on fabricated charges to serve as political bargaining chips.
‘All Xi Virus and only Xi Virus’
In a tweet promoting his latest work, Badiucao said that all variants should be considered the “Xi Virus,” after the Chinese Communist Party leader.
Disney’s Tiananmen Censorship Viewed from Hong Kong
Disney+ is censoring an episode of ‘The Simpsons’ that discusses the 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre.
Biden Admin Backs Countries that Defy Beijing
A flurry of meetings shows that Washington will shield smaller countries that embrace Taiwan.
Lawmakers Question Seven-Month Delay of Uyghur Forced-Labor Legislation
Democrats also quietly removed a Uyghur human-rights provision from the Build Back Better Act.
Ukraine Expects New Russian Military Assault in January or February
An adviser to Ukraine’s president told NR that U.S. intelligence shares Kyiv’s assessment.
We Are ‘Ready to Defend Our Country,’ Says Ukrainian Official amid Russian Build-up
‘Putin will not have an easy walk by our country. We are ready to defend our country,’ said a top Ukrainian defense official.