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Biden orders review of COVID origins as lab leak theory debated

      President Joe Biden ordered aides to find answers to the origin of the virus that causes COVID-19, saying on Wednesday that U.S. intelligence agencies are pursuing rival theories potentially including the possibility of a laboratory accident in China.
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      26 Members of Thailand’s Women’s Volleyball Team Test Positive After Taking China’s Sinovac Vaccine – Vision Times

      26 Members of Thailand’s Women’s Volleyball Team Test Positive After Taking China’s Sinovac Vaccine

      26 members of Thailand’s women’s volleyball team tested positive for SARS-CoV-2, forcing the team to withdraw from the Volleyball Nations League (VNL) tournament held in Italy from May 25 to June 19. All players and staff members on the team accepted the first dose of the Chinese-made Sinovac inactivated virus COVID-19 injection on April 29. As of May 12, 22 players and 4 staff tested positive and were sent to hospital for observation.
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      Tibetan exile leader warns of Chinese aggression: ‘China will transform you’

      Tibetan exile leader warns of Chinese aggression: ‘China will transform you’

      The oppression of Tibetans by the Chinese government is well documented – but new reports show that it's getting worse. China is ramping up its abuses and 500,000 Tibetans are now being held in labor camps as part of a systematic genocidal campaign that has one aim. "They want to make Tibet into a Chinese province and they want to make Tibetans into Chinese," outgoing Tibetan president-in-exile, Lobsang Sangay, told Fox News.
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      Hong Kong: Jimmy Lai jailed again for pro-democracy protests

      Hong Kong: Jimmy Lai jailed again for pro-democracy protests

      Lai, 73, is currently already serving time for participating in other demonstrations that year. He will serve part of his new sentence consecutively, meaning Mr Lai faces a total of 20 months in jail. The verdict comes as mainland China is increasingly cracking down on Hong Kong's rights and freedoms.
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      34,000 Hongkongers seek UK residency in first two months of BN(O) scheme

      34,000 Hongkongers seek UK residency in first two months of BN(O) scheme

      More than 34,000 people have requested to settle in the United Kingdom under a new immigration route offered to Hongkongers, the Home Office says.
      British authorities have so far approved about 7,200 applications. Among them, 41% of the dependents are not holders of the British National (Overseas) status or the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region passport.
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      Confucius’s Business Wisdom – Vision Times

      Confucius’s Business Wisdom – Vision Times

      Zi Gong, born in 520 BC, a native of the state of Wei, was one of Confucius’s ten most outstanding disciples. He was well rounded, a well-educated Confucian scholar, an outstanding politician, a diplomat who traveled across the land, and a successful businessman who was rich as a king. As the first Confucian merchant in Chinese history, he and is known as the ancestor of Confucian business practice.



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      Italian Parliament Condemns CCP’s Crimes Against Uyghurs

      Italian Parliament Condemns CCP’s Crimes Against Uyghurs

      On May 26, 2021 the Italian Parliament voted unanimously to condemn Chinese atrocities against Uyghurs and other Turkic people, most of whom Muslim, in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR), which its non-Han inhabitants call East Turkestan. After a debate which lasted for months, the House of Representatives approved, with no contrary vote, a unified text, condensing different resolutions presented by MPs Paolo Formentini, Andrea Delmastro, Lia Quartapelle, Iolanda Di Stasio, and Valentino Valentini, representing a wide bipartisan consensus.
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      What’s happening in Hungary is unprecedented and will change the fabric of Europe forever
 – Sharon’s Straight Talk ​

      What’s happening in Hungary is unprecedented and will change the fabric of Europe forever
 – Sharon’s Straight Talk ​

      More than three decades ago, Hungary made the first tear in the Iron Curtain with the seemingly innocuous Pan-European Picnic. The country was once a proud example of what Europeans could achieve when they stood up for their freedom. But under the current Orbán administration, it seems as though Hungary has veered off this path – and straight into the arms of China’s communist regime.
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      Don’t trust the science or don’t trust the gov’t? Why many Hongkongers are shunning Covid vaccination | Hong Kong Free Press HKFP

      Don’t trust the science or don’t trust the gov’t? Why many Hongkongers are shunning Covid vaccination

      Hong Kong’s Covid-19 vaccination rate has been criticised as low and slow, but it’s worth looking at the actual numbers to see how dire things really are. The Covid-19 Vaccination Programme was officially launched on February 26 but in its first three months of implementation, just 1.25 million people had received at least their first dose as of May 23, less than a fifth of the total population. Some 892,000 people had received their second dose, meaning that 13.6 per cent of the city’s population was fully vaccinated.
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      China Ships Off Catholic Priests and Students for Reeducation

      China Ships Off Catholic Priests and Students for Reeducation

      China arrested several Catholic priests and students and sent them to "political sessions" for reprogramming as part of the Communist leadership's crackdown on religious activity. Approximately 100 policemen surrounded a factory that served as a seminary and arrested 7 priests and 10 students, according to Asia News. The arrests occurred on May 20 in the city of Xinxiang in the Henan province. The arrests took place just days before a week of prayer was scheduled to begin on May 23.
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      US urges ‘transparent’ WHO inquiry into Covid origins

      US urges ‘transparent’ WHO inquiry into Covid origins

      The US health secretary has urged the World Health Organization to ensure the next phase of investigation into Covid-19's origins is "transparent". Speaking to a ministerial-level WHO meeting, Xavier Becerra said international experts should be allowed to evaluate the source of coronavirus. US media reports suggest growing evidence the virus could have emerged from a laboratory in China.
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      Trump on Wuhan lab: Now everyone agrees ‘I was right’

      Trump on Wuhan lab: Now everyone agrees ‘I was right’

      Former President Trump on Tuesday claimed vindication for his assertion that the coronavirus originated in a lab in Wuhan, China, and defended using the term “Chinese virus,” which has been criticized as racist
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      AI emotion-detection software tested on Uyghurs

      AI emotion-detection software tested on Uyghurs

      A camera system that uses AI and facial recognition intended to reveal states of emotion has been tested on Uyghurs in Xinjiang, the BBC has been told. A software engineer claimed to have installed such systems in police stations in the province. A human rights advocate who was shown the evidence described it as shocking.
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      Chinese Companies Facing Largest Wave of Dollar Debt Maturities in History

      Chinese Companies Facing Largest Wave of Dollar Debt Maturities in History

      Chinese companies are facing mounting pressure to repay their dollar debts, as more than $100 billion in Chinese corporate dollar bonds are due to mature this year—the largest wave of maturities in history.
      China’s wave of dollar maturities will reach $118 billion, according to Refinitiv, a global financial market data provider.
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      Beijing Blacklists Former US Official After US Sanctions Chinese Official For Persecuting Falun Gong

      Beijing Blacklists Former US Official After US Sanctions Chinese Official For Persecuting Falun Gong

      The Beijing regime has added a former U.S. religious official to its sanctions list in response to the United States’ sanctioning of a Chinese official for his involvement in persecuting followers of Falun Gong.
      Johnnie Moore, a two-time commissioner of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF), and his family members will be barred from visiting mainland China, Hong Kong, and Macau, Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian said a May 26 press conference. Read more

      French students sentenced for anti-Chinese Covid-19 Twitter posts – ABC17NEWS

      French students sentenced for anti-Chinese Covid-19 Twitter posts – ABC17NEWS

      Four young adults in France have been found guilty of “public insult of racist nature and incitement to commit a crime” by a Paris court for publishing anti-Asian tweets blaming Chinese people for the spread of coronavirus.
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