The China Post
· AP Explains: Trump actions on Hong Kong just threats for now →
He said he would direct his administration to begin eliminating the policies that give the semi-autonomous Chinese territory a distinct trade and legal relationship with the United States.
· Bosnians protest as officials accused of Covid-19 graf →
In the latest corruption scandal, the premier of Bosnia’s autonomous Bosniak-Croat Federation, Fadil Novalic, has denied accusations of irregularities in the procurement of the Chinese ventilators.
· Supreme Court rejects challenge to coronavirus limits on church services →
The wife of Chinese doctor Li Wenliang who was punished by police for blowing the whistle on coronavirus before he died from the respiratory illness, has rejected a proposal to rename the street of Chinese embassy in Washington, D.C. in his honor.
· China's 'nervous' Xi Jinping risks new cold war, last British governor of Hong Kong says →
Chinese president Xi Jinping is so nervous about the position of the Communist Party that he is risking a new Cold War and imperilling Hong Kong's position as Asia's pre-eminent financial hub, the last British governor of the territory said.
· Warnings of 'chilling effect' after UQ suspends student activist →
University of Queensland (UQ) student and activist Drew Pavlou (centre) takes part in a protest in support of Hong Kong, outside the Chinese consulate in Brisbane.Credit:Dan Peled/AAP
· School or sanctuary? The truth behind the 'tiger mother' stereotype →
The Chinese civil service examination was the gateway to the top echelons of society for more than 1500 years, while even today, demand for places at world-class universities there still far outstrips supply.
· Residential areas are no places for these heaters →
While Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews is copping a pasting from the Liberals over the Chinese Belt and Road initiative, it may be a good time to remind people that both Scott Morrison and Peter Dutton sat in the Turnbull cabinet when the most strategic port in Australia was allowed to be leased to the Chinese.
Hong Kong Free Press
· Is this the end of Hong Kong Inc? What losing US ‘special status’ may mean for the finance hub →
Trump has taken a hard line against Beijing on trade but shown little interest in human rights and spoken warmly of his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping.