· Taiwan president pledges humanitarian relief for Hong Kongers →
Beijing has yet to respond to the comments from Tsai, whom the Chinese government suspects of pushing for Taiwan’s formal independence.
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· Japan ‘strongly concerned’ as anti-security law protests grow in Hong Kong →
“We hope for a wise response by the Chinese side,” he added
· With overseas IPO for Jio Platforms, Mukesh Ambani may look to cash in on tech cold war with China →
U.S.-traded Chinese technology firms such as JD.com Inc. and NetEase Inc. are looking for an alternative home closer to the mainland in case tensions between Washington and Beijing escalate, as my colleague Nisha Gopalan wrote this week.
· Stranded overseas, Chinese vent anger on aviation regulator →
Chinese citizens, stranded abroad after the coronavirus pandemic caused thousands of flight cancellations, are taking their anger out on China's aviation regulator.
· Reducing migrant worker population will affect Singapore's competitive edge, lead to higher costs: Industry groups →
In their joint statement on Wednesday, the Singapore Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Singapore Malay Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry, said that migrant workers have enabled Singapore stay competitive.
· Stock markets mixed as China-US tensions return to fore →
The financial hub was thrown back into the spotlight Friday when Chinese officials proposed a controversial security law that many fear could ring the death knell for the city.
· Huawei Meng's US extradition case hinges on key ruling in Canada on Wednesday →
TORONTO/VANCOUVER: A Canadian judge will rule Wednesday on a key aspect of Huawei Technologies Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou's extradition to the United States, with a favourable judgment seen as paving the way for the release of the Chinese executive after 18 months of house arrest.
· Tesla cuts car prices by up to $5,000 →
However, the Chinese price of its Model 3 cars, which it produces domestically in the country, will not be cut as part of the changes.
· Football: China coach Li Tie wants discipline to improve fortunes →
Li's squad wrapped up a 17-day training camp in Shanghai Tuesday with a 4-0 victory over Chinese Super League (CSL) side Shanghai Shenhua in a friendly held behind closed doors.