Chinese state media threaten consequences if Canada doesn’t free Huawei CFO

Chinese state media threaten consequences if Canada doesn’t free Huawei CFO

Chinese state media is urging Canadian officials to release a top technology executive facing possible extradition to the United States in scathing editorials warning of “revenge” and “unnecessary troubles” for Canada if it doesn’t comply. In a lengthy commentary published Thursday on the website for China Radio International – the country’s state-run radio broadcaster – they called Meng Wanzhou’s release on $10-million bail in Vancouver earlier this week “a step in the right direction.” Meng, the chief financial officer of Chinese tech giant Huawei Technologies Ltd., was arrested at VancouverRead More

CBC News – Chinese-Language Ancient Forest Tours

CBC News - Chinese-Language Ancient Forest Tours

Today we launched the training program for future “Chinese-Language Ancient Forest Tours”, where educators will hold public tours in Mandarin and Cantonese about the ecology and conservation issues surrounding BC’s old-growth forests. With half a million people in the Greater Vancouver area who identify Chinese as their mother tongue, and Mandarin being the most spoken language at home in BC after English, this program is a vital and long overdue part of our efforts to expand and diversify the movement to protect BC’s endangered old-growth forests. We took the firstRead More

Undercover in Myanmar’s Sin city where anything goes – BBC News

Undercover in Myanmar's Sin city where anything goes - BBC News

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Chinese artist makes colorful paper guns to examine weapons and war

Art exhibition “Oceans of Flowers” presents a sprawling landscape of paper accordion decorations, which when folded turn into weapons such as handguns, AK-47 assault rifles, and bullets. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). Source link

Nine Chinese gay, transgender couples to tie the knot on cruise ship | Reuters

SHANGHAI Eight hundred people will watch on Wednesday as Aries Liu, a 32-year-old man who used to be a woman, marries his blushing bride on a cruise ship in waters near China’s business capital of Shanghai. The two are among nine gay and transgender couples planning to get hitched on the cruise heading to Japan in a week-long series of gay pride events in China, where same-sex marriage is illegal and homosexuality frowned upon. The Chinese ceremony is important to Liu because his parents only accepted his sexuality last year,Read More

Seventy percent of Chinese companies fail air pollution checks: media | Reuters

BEIJING More than 70 per cent of companies checked by Chinese authorities failed environmental standards during the latest round of air pollution inspections, state media reported on Sunday. The findings came after two months of inspections across 28 cities in the notoriously smoggy Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region and other nearby areas, the official Xinhua news agency said. The inspections found 13,785 companies – or 70.6 per cent of those inspected – violated standards, with problems ranging from excessive emissions to insufficient pollution control equipment. The government has thrown its weight behind anRead More

Gay Chinese battle inertia, conservatism to push rights | Reuters

By Ben Blanchard | BEIJING BEIJING When Chinese sexologist Li Yinhe was looking for top-level government support for same-sex marriage in the early 2000s, she asked the then mayor of Beijing, Wang Qishan, a friend, for help. But rather than getting a shocked response, Wang simply shrugged his shoulders, Li told Reuters. “He told me he looks after garbage collection, water pipes, that sort of thing. Same-sex marriage isn’t up to him,” said Li, who works for the government-run Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. “That’s the problem in China. WhoRead More

Chinese architect plans ‘garden city’ in new economic zone | Reuters

BEIJING The chief architect of China’s latest special economic zone said he expects to submit to the government by the end of this month a detailed proposal including plans for a high-tech garden city in one of the country’s most polluted provinces. The idea of developing the Xiongan New Area, about 100 km (60 miles) southwest of Beijing, was announced on April 1. The planned zone in Hebei province has been touted as having the same national significance as the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone that helped launch China’s economic transformationRead More

Chinese Cookbook: Top 25 Real Home Cooking Chinese Recipes

Price: A common misconception amongst the Western people regarding Chinese cuisine is that they often consider it to be of a completely distinct and unique breed! While all of the ingredients use ginger, spring oni…