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Interview: MaSiWei Talks International Success & His Debut Album 'Prince Charming'

The Chinese rap star cites 50 Cent, Soulja Boy, Fabolous, and Wu-Tang Clan as his influences.
HipHopDX - Published

'Excellent' Chinese takeaway handed one star food hygiene rating

'excellent' chinese takeaway handed one star food hygiene rating
It was inspected last month
Retford Times - Published Also reported by •Boston TargetEast Lindsey TargetLincolnshire EchoSleaford Target

Coronavirus: Aamir Khan urges Chinese fans to take precautions, follow instructions of govt

Indian Express - Published

China’s coronavirus death toll rises to 2,442

The death toll in mainland China from the coronavirus strain known as Covid-19 has risen by 97 to 2,442, Chinese health authorities have said.
Belfast Telegraph - Published

Cases rise in S Korea, China, as Iran, Italy battle outbreak

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea and China both reported a rise in new virus cases on Sunday, as the South Korean prime minister warned that the fast-spreading outbreak linked to a local church.. - Published

Duterte Does The Right Thing For A Change – OpEd

By Walden Bello* Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s termination of a key military pact with the United States, the Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA), which governed the deployment of US troops..
Eurasia Review - Published

Novel Coronavirus 2019: Global Implications And Responses – Analysis

novel coronavirus 2019: global implications and responses – analysis
By Tiaji Salaam-Blyther, Susan V. Lawrence and Sara M. Tharakan* On December 31, 2019, China’s government notified the World Health Organization (WHO) of patients with pneumonia of unknown cause..
Eurasia Review - Published

Living in hell

living in hell
A town in Michigan, Merrill, has been experiencing eerie events since the 1970s. The town is believed to be haunted by sinister spirits that have been tormenting the townsfolk. Paranormal..
Mid-Day - Published

Italian towns on lockdown after 2 virus deaths

A dozen northern Italian towns were on effective lockdown on Saturday after the new virus linked to China claimed two lives in Italy and sickened an increasing number of people, who had no direct links..
Mid-Day - Published

Trump Visit May Be High On Optics, Low On Substance – Analysis

By Arul Louis* Donald Trump returns to India this weekend as US president, looking forward to a cinematic spectacle of adulating millions to stake his claim to international statesmanship following..
Eurasia Review - Published

The Liberal Order, Critical Technologies And Small States: A Case Of Sri Lanka – Analysis

Governments should adopt certain processes and values to certify the critical infrastructure projects of the Chinese. By Asanga Abeyagoonasekera While globalisation was seen as a path to bring..
Eurasia Review - Published

No clearance yet for Indian flight to Wuhan

*New Delhi:* China is delaying grant of clearance to India's proposal to send an Indian Air Force plane to carry relief material for people affected by coronavirus in the neighbouring country and bring..
Mid-Day - Published

BOMBSHELL: Fewer than 600 people "officially" tested for coronavirus in the entire United States; massive cover-up under way as 47 U.S. states have tested ZERO people

(Natural News) With each passing day of the coronavirus pandemic, it’s becoming more and more clear that the United States is following the “Wuhan plan” for how to contain coronavirus infections:.. - Published

Internet SHUTDOWN begins in Wuhan, China to stop the spread of truth and hide the severity of the outbreak from the world

(Natural News) During an interview Friday, former U.S. Army infantry officer, combat vet, and current U.S. Sen. Tom Cotton reiterated his view that the Chinese government is not being transparent about.. - Published

Mystery surrounds the $60 million Chinese-owned vacant estates of Toorak

Nearly $60 million worth of real estate in one of Toorak's most exclusive streets has been reduced to a patch of dirt with mystery surrounding what's going to happen to it.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

From the Great Wall to the Great Barrier Reef: Who is Australia's 'tourist X'?

A Chinese policy decision of 1958 is having unintended consequences decades later: a record number of 56-year-old Chinese women holidaying in Australia.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Pool won't sport Mack Horton's name to protect interests in China

A plan to name Caulfield Grammar's new aquatic centre after Mack Horton has been ditched in response to the public fall-out from his refusal to share a medal dais with Chinese swimmer Sun Yang.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Feature: Egypt's famed bazaar yearns for Chinese tourists after suspension of flights

feature: egypt's famed bazaar yearns for chinese tourists after suspension of flights
CAIRO, Feb. 21 (Xinhua) -- Having lost its typical scene of buzzing foreign tourists, Egypt's centuries-old Khan el-Khalili market in Old Cairo has been hit hard since the suspension of flights to and..
WorldNews - Published

Australia reopens the door to some Chinese students after coronavirus ban

australia reopens the door to some chinese students after coronavirus ban
By Lidia Kelly MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The Australian government said on Saturday it will allow the return of some Chinese high school students who have been blocked from entering the country due..
WorldNews - Published

Coronavirus: The mainland China travel ban is being lifted for year 11 and 12 students

Health Minister Greg Hunt said the mainland Chinese travel ban for year 11 and 12 students has been lifted, apart from those in the Hubei province.
SBS - Published

Travel ban lifted for year 11, 12 students

Health Minister Greg Hunt said the mainland Chinese travel ban for year 11 and 12 students has been lifted, apart from those in the Hubei province.
SBS - Published

Look to India for exports as coronavirus slows Chinese economy

Trade Minister Simon Birmingham will lead 100 businesses on a trade mission to India as Australia's major trading partner China grapples with coronavirus.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

The ego trip behind the push to lift ban on Chinese students

Australian universities have raced to the top of a prestigious global ranking even as they complain about cuts to research funding. Now the funding source is under threat.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Hundreds more coronavirus cases diagnosed in Chinese prisons and hospitals

More than 500 prisoners have coronavirus.
SBS - Published

Meet China's Banksy: Badiucao

Chinese-Australian artist, Badiucao, has been called 'China's Banksy'. But he's no longer hiding his identity, despite threats for targeting the Chinese government in his art.
SBS - Published

Coronavirus Slows Chinese Economy and Disrupts Global Supply Chains

Markets are still bobbing along at all-time highs. Yet I can’t help but wonder why. According to Jim, the coronavirus is not only worse than we know…the economic impact is still to be..
The Daily Reckoning AUS - Published

Exiled Tibetans in India dream of homeland on Dalai Lama’s enthronement anniversary

It has been six decades since the Tibetan Buddhist leader fled to India after a failed uprising against Chinese rule and has since worked to draw global support for linguistic and cultural autonomy in..
SBS - Published

'Like using the N-word': Media tit-for-tat a new front in US-China fracas

China's expulsion of an Australian journalist and his Wall Street Journal colleagues, and a US move to reclassify Chinese media, underline mounting tensions.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age

Chinese embassy accuses Australia of ‘overreaction’ after coronavirus travel ban extended

China's embassy in Canberra says it has "deep regret" over the decision to extend Australia's travel ban for an extra week, as the country braces for further economic impact.
SBS - Published

Chinese embassy slams Australia's travel ban as an 'overreaction'

China's embassy in Canberra says it has "deep regret" over the decision to extend Australia's travel ban for an extra week.
SBS - Published

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