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COP26: Artist and activist Ai Weiwei says everyone needs to take a stand on climate change
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COP26: Artist and activist Ai Weiwei says everyone needs to take a stand on climate change

      Sky News speaks to artist and activist Ai Weiwei about climate change ahead of the COP26 conference which begins in Glasgow at the weekend. He is urging everyone to take a stand.
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      Namewee & Kimberley Chen: How Two Singers Defeated the CCP

      Namewee & Kimberley Chen: How Two Singers Defeated the CCP

      A song by Namewee & Kimberley Chen lampooning Chinese propaganda on social networks goes viral and hits nine million views. Beijing is not amused.
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      NBA star doubles down on China criticism, new shoes show him holding Winnie the Pooh’s head

      NBA star doubles down on China criticism, new shoes show him holding Winnie the Pooh’s head

      The character of Winnie the Pooh is often used to poke fun at Chinese President Xi Jinping due to their supposed likeness.
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      Amnesty International Forced to Close Hong Kong Office Citing National Security Law – Vision Times

      Amnesty International Forced to Close Hong Kong Office Citing National Security Law – Vision Times

      By the end of 2021, global human rights movement Amnesty International (AI) is scheduled to close down its offices in Hong Kong citing pressure from the national security law enacted by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in June 2020.
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      Lucrative deals keep UK law firms in Hong Kong

      Lucrative deals keep UK law firms in Hong Kong

      Critics argue that the nine British judges who sit on Hong Kong’s top court are providing legitimacy to a regime in Beijing that has no respect for western principles of the rule of law. Yet so far City law firms that earn millions from practising in Hong Kong and have hundreds of partners based there have escaped similar harsh attention.
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      Wake Up: China Is Engaging in Media Warfare Against Taiwan

      Wake Up: China Is Engaging in Media Warfare Against Taiwan

      Media warfare, also known as Public Opinion Warfare, leverages all instruments that inform and influence an adversary’s public and government opinion.
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      Explainer: How Hong Kong sought to erase the memory of the 1989 Tiananmen Massacre

      EU Parliament to defy China on Taiwan trip


      MEPs are going to Taiwan despite Chinese threats of new sanctions over EU contacts with Taipei.
      "The INGE Special Committee will go on a mission to Taiwan next week. This is a great opportunity to learn more about best practices to fight Chinese disinformation," Swedish right-wing MEP Charlie Weimers told EUobserver on Thursday (28 October).
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      Chinese surgeons ‘should be banned’ over real-life ‘Squid Game’

      Chinese surgeons ‘should be banned’ over real-life ‘Squid Game’

      Professor Russell Strong said many Chinese medical trainees take what they’ve learnt in the West and use it to harvest human organs back home in a terrifying ‘kill-to-order’ market.
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      A ‘Blunt Attack’ on Human Rights: EU Lawmaker Urges Europe to Use Trade to Hold China Accountable for Organ Harvesting

      A ‘Blunt Attack’ on Human Rights: EU Lawmaker Urges Europe to Use Trade to Hold China Accountable for Organ Harvesting

      The European Parliament needs to prioritize human rights over trade and confront the Chinese regime’s forced organ harvesting atrocities, a Dutch lawmaker said on Oct. 27.
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      Chinese concentration camp leaders studied at Harvard says report

      Chinese concentration camp leaders studied at Harvard says report

      Two officials who oversee Chinese detention camps in Xinjiang, where brutal abuses are committed against ethnic and religious minorities, won scholarships to study at Harvard University.
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      India tests nuclear-capable missile amid tensions with China

      India tests nuclear-capable missile amid tensions with China

      India has test-fired a nuclear-capable intercontinental ballistic missile with a range of up to 3,125 miles amid rising border tensions with China.
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      New Nuclear Funding Model Frees UK to Squeeze out Chinese Investment

      New Nuclear Funding Model Frees UK to Squeeze out Chinese Investment

      The UK government is making it easier to invest in nuclear power stations, lowering the table stakes with …
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