The elections in Hong Kong this past weekend were a stunning rebuke of the communist Chinese regime. It's proof that the vast majority of Hong Kong residents believe in, & want to preserve, the democratic freedoms they've had all these years. It's time for Beijing to take notice.
Report: Majority Chinese companies falsely claim of using blockchain technology -
Do leaders of Muslim-majority countries not care about the plight of their fellow Muslims when Chinese money is at stake?
Why do so few Muslim-majority nations protest as China detains one million Uighur Muslims to force renunciation of Islam? 1. Chinese money (even if Belt & Road is mainly a debt trap; autocrats still pocket the benefits). 2. Their own shoddy rights records.
A million (!) Uighur Muslims have been detained in camps by the Chinese, says the UN - but where's the outrage from Muslim-majority countries who make so much noise about Palestine, the Rohingya & Islamophobia in the West? From my new piece:
Sri Lanka is an example of a Chinese loan gone bad. The island nation, after failing to pay back $8-billion to China’s state lenders, had to surrender majority control of its strategic Hambantota port on a 99-year lease to the superpower.
CLUB STATEMENT | Chinese brother & sister, Dai Yongge and Dai Xiu Li, have become the majority shareholders at RFC -