Tag Archives: China

Right-Wing, Alleged Terrorist Group Proud Boys Reportedly Received Support And Donations From Chinese Diaspora

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⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Right-wing alleged terrorist group Proud Boys has reportedly received an immense amount of support from some the Chinese diaspora who don’t support Antifa, and the Black Lives Matter movement. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The New York Post and USA Today reports that more than 80 percent of the donations given to the Proud Boys came from people with …

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China Slaps Online Retailer Alibaba With Record Breaking $2.8 Billion Fine

China Slaps Online Retailer Alibaba With Record Breaking $2.8 Billion Fine

Chinese regulators slapped online retailer Alibaba with an 18.2 billion yuan ($2.8 billion) fine for behaving like a monopoly.  An antitrust investigation was launched in December into Alibaba’s “exclusive dealing agreements.” The agreements kept merchants from selling products on other e-commerce platforms, a practice known as “choosing one from two,” according to …

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Texas Congressional Candidate Says She Doesn’t Want Chinese Immigrants To Come To The U.S. ‘At All’: ‘I Can Say That Because I’m Korean’

Sery Kim (Selfie)

A Texas congressional candidate is catching heat after saying she does not want Chinese immigrants in the United States. According to Yahoo! News, a former employee of Donald Trump‘s administration and Texas congressional candidate Sery Kim faces backlash after she made racist remarks about the Chinese community coming into the …

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McDonald’s Launches Big Meatball Burger

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McDonald’s China is always introducing bizarre foods. If you’re into messy burgers, you will love their new menu addition — the Big Meatball Burger. McDonald’s China’s new Big Meatball Burger features meatballs drenched in tomato meat sauce, cheese, lettuce,  mayonnaise, with a sesame seed bun. The burger is available at …

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China Wants To Teach Masculinity After Seeing Stereotypical Gender Roles Change; Political Advisers Claim Country Is Going Through ‘Masculinity Crisis’

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China wants to create masculinity courses for boys in response to changing gender roles. In January, China’s Education Ministry published plans to “cultivate masculinity” in boys from kindergarten through high school. The initiative involves hiring and training more gym teachers, testing students more comprehensively in physical education, making health education …

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WHO Confirms That Coronavirus “Most Likely” Stemmed From Animals

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The World Health Organization says it is unlikely that the coronavirus originated inside a Chinese laboratory. The announcement came on Tuesday following the WHO investigation into where the virus initially came from. Scientists have been working the past four weeks in the county where the first case was found, Wuhan, …

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Apple Working On Foldable iPhones


Apple is working on two foldable phone concepts. According to Economic Daily News, the phones have passed tests at the Foxconn factory, the world’s largest electronics provider. One of the phones is described as a vertical-folding phone and the other as a dual-screen phone connected by a hinge. It is …

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Homegrown COVID-19 Vaccine Approved in China For Widespread Use


China’s first COVID-19 vaccine manufactured by state-owned Sinopharm has earned market approval from China’s medical products agency. The conglomerate claims its vaccine has an efficacy rate of 79%, surpassing the generally recognized 50% efficacy standard. The approval is conditional and requires that Sinopharm continue to collect vaccine data and its …

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Chinese Woman Spent 20 Years On The Run After Killing 7 People

Lao Rongzhi

The law finally caught up with a Chinese woman who allegedly murdered seven people and spent 20 years on the run. On Monday, 46-year-old Lao Rongzhi expressed remorse during her court appearance at the Nanchang Intermediate People’s Court in Jiangxi. Though she apologized to the victims’ families, she expressed that …

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