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Channel NewsAsia
Southeast Asia needs to up its game to combat Zika: Expertsdo it at this stage," said Jasper Fuk-Woo Chan, a clinical assistant professor
Southeast Asia needs to up its game to combat Zika: Experts
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 13 hours ago
do it at this stage," said Jasper Fuk-Woo Chan, a clinical assistant professor at the Carol Yu Centre for Infection at the University of Hong Kong. (Reporting by Amy Sawitta Lefevre, with additional reporting by Kanupriya Kapoor in JAKARTA, My... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Leaders of Hong Kong's Umbrella Movement find it hard to resonate with votersa more radical person? Because you are trying to protest anyway," said Mathew W
Leaders of Hong Kong's Umbrella Movement find it hard to resonate with voters
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 13 hours ago
a more radical person? Because you are trying to protest anyway," said Mathew Wong, Assistant Professor of Politics at the University of Hong Kong. He noted that the traditional parties in Hong Kong have very extensive grassroots organisations, so... Read more
13h
PhysOrg
Chemists make rapid developments in antibacterial drug researchproject-team at HKU Department of Chemistry, including three Ph.D. students and
Chemists make rapid developments in antibacterial drug research
PhysOrg / Posted 13 hours ago
project-team at HKU Department of Chemistry, including three Ph.D. students and four undergraduate students. Credit: The University of Hong Kong Dr Xuechen Li of HKU Department of Chemistry and his research team, together with his collaborators... Read more
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FOX News
Southeast Asia needs to up its game to combat Zika, experts sayit's not that they don't want to screen the virus, but they don't have the reso
Southeast Asia needs to up its game to combat Zika, experts say
FOX News / Posted 14 hours ago
it's not that they don't want to screen the virus, but they don't have the resources and capacity to do it at this stage," said Jasper Fuk-Woo Chan, a clinical assistant professor at the Carol Yu Centre for Infection at the University of Hong... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
In Legislative Council elections, no good outcome seen for leader of HKin the legislature, filibustering would have never worked for the pan-democrats
In Legislative Council elections, no good outcome seen for leader of HK
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 19 hours ago
in the legislature, filibustering would have never worked for the pan-democrats,” said Mathew Wong, who teaches politics at University of Hong Kong. “The fact that the pan-democrats are largely successful in filibustering up until this point is a... Read more
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BBC News
Frustration and fear in divided Hong Kongin every walk of life, some young Hong Kongers are beginning to think the unthi
Frustration and fear in divided Hong Kong
BBC News / Posted yesterday
in every walk of life, some young Hong Kongers are beginning to think the unthinkable. In a recent poll by the Chinese University of Hong Kong nearly 40% of those surveyed under the age of 25 supported the idea of independence. Alvin Yeung of... Read more
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Japan Today
QS World MBA tour arrives Osaka and Tokyo in September ‹ Japan TodayMBA, University of Southern California - Marshall School of Business, Washingto
QS World MBA tour arrives Osaka and Tokyo in September ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted yesterday
MBA, University of Southern California - Marshall School of Business, Washington University, Olin Business School, The University of Hong Kong and more. The event will be held at Osaka Hilton Hotel at 4:30 p.m. on Sept 1 and at the Tokyo... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
HK independence activists claim harassment from pro-China mediathree months of street protests in 2014 and growing calls for independence for
HK independence activists claim harassment from pro-China media
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 5 days ago
three months of street protests in 2014 and growing calls for independence for the city. In a July poll by the Chinese University of Hong Kong, 17 percent of the roughly 1,000 respondents said they supported independence, but Chinese state... Read more
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Reuters
HK independence activists claim harassment from pro-China mediathree months of street protests in 2014 and growing calls for independence for
HK independence activists claim harassment from pro-China media
Reuters / Posted 5 days ago
three months of street protests in 2014 and growing calls for independence for the city. In a July poll by the Chinese University of Hong Kong, 17 percent of the roughly 1,000 respondents said they supported independence, but Chinese state... Read more
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The Mercury News
UC Berkeley's Bowles Hall 'castle' reopens as select dorm, for $19,000 a yearstudents greater social stability and built-in academic counsel. Some 30 U.S. c
UC Berkeley's Bowles Hall 'castle' reopens as select dorm, for $19,000 a year
The Mercury News / Posted 6 days ago
students greater social stability and built-in academic counsel. Some 30 U.S. colleges now have them, as do the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the National University of Singapore. "This is not just a U.S. phenomenon. It's an international... Read more
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The Mercury News
Not your typical room and board: Castle life returns to UC Berkeleystudents greater social stability and built-in academic counsel. Some 30 U.S. c
Not your typical room and board: Castle life returns to UC Berkeley
The Mercury News / Posted 6 days ago
students greater social stability and built-in academic counsel. Some 30 U.S. colleges now have them, as do the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the National University of Singapore. "This is not just a U.S. phenomenon. It's an international... Read more
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Swissinfo
Hundreds swelter in Hong Kong protests at perceived election meddlingHong Kong independence. "This split has been around for a long time," said Ben
Hundreds swelter in Hong Kong protests at perceived election meddling
Swissinfo / Posted 8 days ago
Hong Kong independence. "This split has been around for a long time," said Benny Tai, an associate professor of law at the University of Hong Kong who joined Sunday's protest and helped lead the 2014 protests that paralysed the main streets of Hong... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Hundreds swelter in Hong Kong protests at perceived election meddlingHong Kong independence. "This split has been around for a long time," said Ben
Hundreds swelter in Hong Kong protests at perceived election meddling
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 8 days ago
Hong Kong independence. "This split has been around for a long time," said Benny Tai, an associate professor of law at the University of Hong Kong who joined Sunday's protest and helped lead the 2014 protests that paralysed the main streets of Hong... Read more
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Reuters
Hundreds swelter in Hong Kong protests at perceived election meddlingHong Kong independence. "This split has been around for a long time," said Ben
Hundreds swelter in Hong Kong protests at perceived election meddling
Reuters / Posted 8 days ago
Hong Kong independence. "This split has been around for a long time," said Benny Tai, an associate professor of law at the University of Hong Kong who joined Sunday's protest and helped lead the 2014 protests that paralyzed the main streets of Hong... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Romance Round The World: From Meet Markets To Covert 911 CallsChina, they gather to swap stats on their unmarried kids, says Sandy To, a lect
Romance Round The World: From Meet Markets To Covert 911 Calls
KERA North Texas / Posted 9 days ago
China, they gather to swap stats on their unmarried kids, says Sandy To, a lecturer in the sociology department at the University of Hong Kong. The most famous spot is People's Park in Shanghai, which hosts a marriage market every weekend. Moms... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Romance Round The World: From Meet Markets To Covert 911 CallsChina, they gather to swap stats on their unmarried kids, says Sandy To, a lect
Romance Round The World: From Meet Markets To Covert 911 Calls
KPBS San Diego / Posted 9 days ago
China, they gather to swap stats on their unmarried kids, says Sandy To, a lecturer in the sociology department at the University of Hong Kong. The most famous spot is People's Park in Shanghai, which hosts a marriage market every weekend. Moms... Read more
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New Kerala
Chungking Mansions, where nationalities, continents merge (Travelogue) - newkerala.com #107455Mall and Wood House. In his book, "Ghetto at the Center of the World", Gordon
Chungking Mansions, where nationalities, continents merge (Travelogue) - newkerala.com #107455
New Kerala / Posted 9 days ago
Mall and Wood House. In his book, "Ghetto at the Center of the World", Gordon Mathews, an anthropologist at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), gives a colourful and factual depiction of Chungking Mansions and what all -- legal and... Read more
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4029TV KHBS - KHOG Fort Smith - Fayetteville
China's global spending spree has sparked a backlashsuffered. "I don't think this kind of experience will deter future attempts,"
China's global spending spree has sparked a backlash
4029TV KHBS - KHOG Fort Smith - Fayetteville / Posted 11 days ago
suffered. "I don't think this kind of experience will deter future attempts," said Chen Lin, a finance professor at the University of Hong Kong. "Cross-border acquisitions are an ongoing trend, not only for state-owned enterprises -- you... Read more
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The Borneo Post
‘Malaysia focuses on communication in English while China on grammar’this week to continue their studies. Ling Fei will start postgraduate study in
‘Malaysia focuses on communication in English while China on grammar’
The Borneo Post / Posted 11 days ago
this week to continue their studies. Ling Fei will start postgraduate study in Simultaneous Interpreting at the Chinese University of Hong Kong in Shenzhen campus. Zheng recalled a moment during her time teaching here when a teacher shared a... Read more
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The Economic Times
Hong Kong politicians seek independence from China in 2047advocating independence would have been political suicide. But about 17% of res
Hong Kong politicians seek independence from China in 2047
The Economic Times / Posted 12 days ago
advocating independence would have been political suicide. But about 17% of respondents in a recent poll by Chinese University of Hong Kong supported the idea — and in the 15-24 age group, the figure was nearly 40%. The Hong Kong government... Read more
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Asian Venture Capital Journal
Venture philanthropy: Change agendato Harvard School of Public Health; and $167 million from the Hong Kong Jockey
Venture philanthropy: Change agenda
Asian Venture Capital Journal / Posted 12 days ago
to Harvard School of Public Health; and $167 million from the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust to the Chinese University of Hong Kong. In the UK and US there is a more even spread. The UK saw $1.56 billion committed across 298... Read more
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University of Sydney News
Delving into Hong Kong’s health dataTechnologies, together with Assistant Professor Alexander Lau from the Hong Kon
Delving into Hong Kong’s health data
University of Sydney News / Posted 14 days ago
Technologies, together with Assistant Professor Alexander Lau from the Hong Kong Institute of Integrative Medicine, Chinese University of Hong Kong have commenced work at the newly established Analytic and Clinical Cooperative Laboratory for... Read more
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The Visayan Daily Star
Negros OrientalKong for the degree of Master of Public Policy and Governance, with social poli
Negros Oriental
The Visayan Daily Star / Posted 14 days ago
Kong for the degree of Master of Public Policy and Governance, with social policy as specialization, from the Education University of Hong Kong at Tai Po. His program runs for one year. Caturay studies under the Faculty Scholarship Program of... Read more
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Quartz
The demise of Dongbei Special Steel shows how China’s rating agencies fail investorspolitical connection as a key factor in giving a grade,” said Wong Chak Sham, a
The demise of Dongbei Special Steel shows how China’s rating agencies fail investors
Quartz / Posted 15 days ago
political connection as a key factor in giving a grade,” said Wong Chak Sham, an associate professor of finance at City University of Hong Kong. China’s state-owned enterprises got high credit ratings “because analysts believe that they will be... Read more
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PhysOrg
New "Golden Tree Ant" speciesNew ant species Paratopula bauhinia (Golden Tree Ant) is described from Hong Ko
New "Golden Tree Ant" species
PhysOrg / Posted 18 days ago
New ant species Paratopula bauhinia (Golden Tree Ant) is described from Hong Kong by HKU biologists. Credit: The University of Hong Kong The Insect Biogeography and Biodiversity research group led by Dr Benoit Guénard at the School of Biological... Read more
19d
The Hindu
President Xi tipped to outstay termmost powerful post, said Christopher K. Johnson, a former CIA analyst. Willy L
President Xi tipped to outstay term
The Hindu / Posted 19 days ago
most powerful post, said Christopher K. Johnson, a former CIA analyst. Willy Lam, expert on politics at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, said there was a 60 to 70 per cent chance that Mr. Xi would refuse to give up the role. Doing so... Read more
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Mashable
Virtual reality might be the next big thing in Chinese classroomsso, which is why some are taking the lead in monetizing it through education.
Virtual reality might be the next big thing in Chinese classrooms
Mashable / Posted 19 days ago
so, which is why some are taking the lead in monetizing it through education. Henry Lau, an associate professor at the University of Hong Kong who helps run a VR lab called the “imseCAVE,” sticks (adult) subjects in an interactive simulation... Read more
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Weekly Times
Synthetic leaf plan against global warming- Decorating Artificial TiO2 leaves for Effective Carbon Dioxide Capture and Us
Synthetic leaf plan against global warming
Weekly Times / Posted 19 days ago
- Decorating Artificial TiO2 leaves for Effective Carbon Dioxide Capture and Usage - is in collaboration with the City University of Hong Kong. Dr Yip says the United Nations climate summit in Paris last December set a target of limiting... Read more
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Herald Sun
Synthetic leaf plan against global warming- Decorating Artificial TiO2 leaves for Effective Carbon Dioxide Capture and Us
Synthetic leaf plan against global warming
Herald Sun / Posted 19 days ago
- Decorating Artificial TiO2 leaves for Effective Carbon Dioxide Capture and Usage - is in collaboration with the City University of Hong Kong. Dr Yip says the United Nations climate summit in Paris last December set a target of limiting... Read more
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News.com.au
Synthetic leaf plan against global warming- Decorating Artificial TiO2 leaves for Effective Carbon Dioxide Capture and Us
Synthetic leaf plan against global warming
News.com.au / Posted 19 days ago
- Decorating Artificial TiO2 leaves for Effective Carbon Dioxide Capture and Usage - is in collaboration with the City University of Hong Kong. Dr Yip says the United Nations climate summit in Paris last December set a target of limiting... Read more
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Perth Now
Synthetic leaf plan against global warming- Decorating Artificial TiO2 leaves for Effective Carbon Dioxide Capture and Us
Synthetic leaf plan against global warming
Perth Now / Posted 19 days ago
- Decorating Artificial TiO2 leaves for Effective Carbon Dioxide Capture and Usage - is in collaboration with the City University of Hong Kong. Dr Yip says the United Nations climate summit in Paris last December set a target of limiting... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Synthetic leaf plan against global warming- Decorating Artificial TiO2 leaves for Effective Carbon Dioxide Capture and Us
Synthetic leaf plan against global warming
Adelaide Now / Posted 19 days ago
- Decorating Artificial TiO2 leaves for Effective Carbon Dioxide Capture and Usage - is in collaboration with the City University of Hong Kong. Dr Yip says the United Nations climate summit in Paris last December set a target of limiting... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Synthetic leaf plan against global warming- Decorating Artificial TiO2 leaves for Effective Carbon Dioxide Capture and Us
Synthetic leaf plan against global warming
The Courier Mail / Posted 19 days ago
- Decorating Artificial TiO2 leaves for Effective Carbon Dioxide Capture and Usage - is in collaboration with the City University of Hong Kong. Dr Yip says the United Nations climate summit in Paris last December set a target of limiting... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
UC researchers take leaf from nature to catch CO2are viable pathways to cut CO2 emissions.”This collaboration project between th
UC researchers take leaf from nature to catch CO2
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 20 days ago
are viable pathways to cut CO2 emissions.”This collaboration project between the University of Canterbury and the City University of Hong Kong will learn from nature and use photosynthesis in natural green leaves as the blueprint to develop a... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Xi's here to stay: China leader tipped to outstay termat the Washington-based Centre for Strategic and International Studies. Willy
Xi's here to stay: China leader tipped to outstay term
News 24 South Africa / Posted 20 days ago
at the Washington-based Centre for Strategic and International Studies. Willy Lam, expert on politics at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, said there was a 60 to 70% chance that Xi would refuse to give up the role. Doing so would violate... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Xi’s here to stay: China leader tipped to outstay termat the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies. Willy
Xi’s here to stay: China leader tipped to outstay term
Manila Bulletin / Posted 20 days ago
at the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies. Willy Lam, expert on politics at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, said there was a 60 to 70 percent chance that Xi would refuse to give up the role. Doing so would... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Xi’s here to stay: China leader tipped to outstay termat the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies. Willy
Xi’s here to stay: China leader tipped to outstay term
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 20 days ago
at the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies. Willy Lam, expert on politics at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, said there was a 60 to 70% chance that Xi would refuse to give up the role. Doing so would violate... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Xi's here to stay: China leader tipped to outstay termanalysts say, the first Communist Party chief to do so since Deng Xiaoping. Wi
Xi's here to stay: China leader tipped to outstay term
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 20 days ago
analysts say, the first Communist Party chief to do so since Deng Xiaoping. Willy Lam, expert on politics at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, said there was a 60 to 70 percent chance that Xi would refuse to give up the role of party general... Read more
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The Economic Times
Xi's here to stay: China leader tipped to outstay termat the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies. Willy
Xi's here to stay: China leader tipped to outstay term
The Economic Times / Posted 21 days ago
at the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies. Willy Lam, expert on politics at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, said there was a 60 to 70 percent chance that Xi would refuse to give up the role. Doing so would... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Xi’s here to stay: China leader tipped to outstay termat the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies. Willy
Xi’s here to stay: China leader tipped to outstay term
Inquirier.net / Posted 21 days ago
at the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies. Willy Lam, expert on politics at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, said there was a 60 to 70 percent chance that Xi would refuse to give up the role. Doing so would... Read more
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Rappler
Xi's here to stay: China leader tipped to outstay termat the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies. Willy
Xi's here to stay: China leader tipped to outstay term
Rappler / Posted 21 days ago
at the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies. Willy Lam, expert on politics at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, said there was a 60% to 70% chance that Xi would refuse to give up the role. Doing so would violate... Read more
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CTV News
China uses foreign forces as excuse for crackdownas a pillar of legitimacy at a time of faltering economic growth, said Willy La
China uses foreign forces as excuse for crackdown
CTV News / Posted 23 days ago
as a pillar of legitimacy at a time of faltering economic growth, said Willy Lam, a history professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. "Xi genuinely thinks China is in an existential crisis, and unless the administration can stamp out... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
China’s crackdown raises familiar specter of foreign forcesas a pillar of legitimacy at a time of faltering economic growth, said Willy La
China’s crackdown raises familiar specter of foreign forces
Manila Bulletin / Posted 24 days ago
as a pillar of legitimacy at a time of faltering economic growth, said Willy Lam, a history professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. “Xi genuinely thinks China is in an existential crisis, and unless the administration can stamp out... Read more
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Salon.com
China’s crackdown raises familiar specter of foreign forcesas a pillar of legitimacy at a time of faltering economic growth, said Willy La
China’s crackdown raises familiar specter of foreign forces
Salon.com / Posted 24 days ago
as a pillar of legitimacy at a time of faltering economic growth, said Willy Lam, a history professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. “Xi genuinely thinks China is in an existential crisis, and unless the administration can stamp out... Read more
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Daily Herald
China's crackdown raises familiar specter of foreign forcesas a pillar of legitimacy at a time of faltering economic growth, said Willy La
China's crackdown raises familiar specter of foreign forces
Daily Herald / Posted 24 days ago
as a pillar of legitimacy at a time of faltering economic growth, said Willy Lam, a history professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. "Xi genuinely thinks China is in an existential crisis, and unless the administration can stamp out... Read more
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FOX News
China's crackdown raises familiar specter of foreign forcesas a pillar of legitimacy at a time of faltering economic growth, said Willy La
China's crackdown raises familiar specter of foreign forces
FOX News / Posted 24 days ago
as a pillar of legitimacy at a time of faltering economic growth, said Willy Lam, a history professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. "Xi genuinely thinks China is in an existential crisis, and unless the administration can stamp out... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
China's crackdown raises familiar specter of foreign forcesas a pillar of legitimacy at a time of faltering economic growth, said Willy La
China's crackdown raises familiar specter of foreign forces
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 24 days ago
as a pillar of legitimacy at a time of faltering economic growth, said Willy Lam, a history professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. "Xi genuinely thinks China is in an existential crisis, and unless the administration can stamp out... Read more
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Salon.com
Hong Kong names candidates in council polls; rejects 9the campaign or within the council, said Joseph Cheng, a retired professor of p
Hong Kong names candidates in council polls; rejects 9
Salon.com / Posted 24 days ago
the campaign or within the council, said Joseph Cheng, a retired professor of political science formerly with the City University of Hong Kong. That could end up having the opposite of the intended effect, he said. “People in general see this... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
China's crackdown raises familiar specter of foreign forcesas a pillar of legitimacy at a time of faltering economic growth, said Willy La
China's crackdown raises familiar specter of foreign forces
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 24 days ago
as a pillar of legitimacy at a time of faltering economic growth, said Willy Lam, a history professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. "Xi genuinely thinks China is in an existential crisis, and unless the administration can stamp out... Read more
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Daily Chronicle
China's crackdown raises familiar specter of foreign forcesas a pillar of legitimacy at a time of faltering economic growth, said Willy La
China's crackdown raises familiar specter of foreign forces
Daily Chronicle / Posted 24 days ago
as a pillar of legitimacy at a time of faltering economic growth, said Willy Lam, a history professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. "Xi genuinely thinks China is in an existential crisis, and unless the administration can stamp out... Read more
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