Fans Support Hong Kong, Tibet at Nets’ 1st Game Since China

NEW YORK (AP) — A group of fans held signs, wore shirts and chanted support for Hong Kong and Tibet in the Brooklyn Nets’ first game since returning from China.

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RAI Com Takes World Sales on Italy/China Doc About Star Soprano Hui He (EXCLUSIVE)

Italy’s RAI Com has taken world sales on high-profile documentary “Hui He, the Soprano From the Silk Road,” which is about the personal and artistic journey of one of the world’s leading sopranos and also marks a milestone Itali…

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Noose Tightens on Hong Kong as China Blocks Shipments to City

A recently discovered order from the communist Chinese government hints that the mainland is beginning to tighten the noose around the city of Hong Kong, and the implications aren’t good. According to the South China Morning Post, Chinese customs…

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Chinese Churches Forced To Replace 10 Commandments with Communist Quotes, Report Says

It appears as though the Chinese government’s stranglehold on its people is getting even tighter. A report from Bitter Winter, a magazine dedicated to publicizing the Chinese government’s many infringements on religious freedom and human ri…

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U.S. Navy Conducts ‘High-End Warfighting’ Exercises with 2 Large Deck Warships in South China Sea

The Navy recently sent an aircraft carrier strike group and an amphibious ready group into the South China Sea, apparently for the first time.

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Chinese Immigrant Skewers LeBron for ‘Bowing’ to ‘Repressive’ Chinese Authoritarians

Ying Ma, a conservative commentator and immigrant born in Communist China, blasted LeBron James for his take on the budding feud between the National Basketball Association and China during a Thursday appearance on Fox News’ “Fox and Friend…

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Quentin Tarantino Defies China Censors, Won’t Re-Cut ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’

Director Quentin Tarantino is reportedly refusing to re-cut his film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood to please censors in Beijing, virtually guaranteeing that the Sony release won’t play in China.

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China Opens Billion-Dollar Railroad with Uncertain Future in Kenya

China opened the second phase of its $5 billion railroad in Kenya, a major component of the international Belt and Road Initiative, on Thursday.

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Uyghur-American to Congress: Testifying Against China ‘May Cost the Lives of My Parents’

Uyghur-Americans face regular threats from the Chinese Communist Party on U.S. soil and the fear of having their families imprisoned in a concentration camp, Nury Turkel, a Uyghur-American attorney, told Congress on Thursday.

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Hong Kong Exec Carrie Lam Defends Policies on Facebook (Which Is Banned in China)

Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam explained her policy agenda and defended the Hong Kong police force via Facebook on Thursday night, an ironic choice of venue given that Facebook is banned in China.

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China Halts Shipments of Black Clothing to Hong Kong Protesters

Communist China’s efforts to weaken the Hong Kong protest movement include blocking the shipment of the black clothing, masks, and umbrellas favored by protesters.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook Met with China’s Market Regulator After Banning Hong Kong Protest App

Apple CEO Tim Cook reportedly met with China’s market regulator in Beijing shortly after banning the HKMap.live app, which was used to track police and protest activity in Hong Kong.

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Exclusive — Rand Paul: LeBron James Should Stand Up for the People in Hong Kong

Paul said LeBron James should stand up for freedom of speech in Hong Kong, instead of siding with the Chinese Communist regime.

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NFL Executive Delighted to See ‘Woke’ NBA Catching Flack

At least one NFL executive is enjoying the NBA’s troubles, joking that the “woke” basketball league is being “hoisted on its own petard” for turning a blind eye to China’s human rights abuse record.

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China Denies Asking NBA to Fire Daryl Morey

The rift between the NBA and China appeared to widen again Friday, as the fallout over Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey’s tweet in support of anti-government protesters in Hong Kong continued.

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China’s Economic Growth Dipped Again in Third Quarter to Slowest Pace Since 1992

While there is good reason to be skeptical of the official economic figures released by China, the economy does appear to be slowing

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Adam Silver: China Wanted Rockets GM Daryl Morey Fired, NBA Said ‘No Chance’

NBA Commissioner Adam Silver says that China wanted Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey fired over his tweet in support of Hong Kong pro-democracy demonstrators, and the NBA said no.

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Hong Kong Protesters Defy President Xi, Don Winnie the Pooh Masks

Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters donned cartoon character masks as they formed human chains across the semiautonomous Chinese city on Friday night, in defiance of a government ban on face coverings at public assemblies. Gathering along the city&#8217…

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Donald Trump: ‘The Bidens Got Rich While America Got Robbed’

President Donald Trump emphasized Thursday that Vice President Joe Biden’s family reaped rewards from China, while America lost wealth to China.

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Report: Raptors Fans to Give Away Pro-Hong Kong T-Shirts at Home Opener

LeBron James may be done talking about the NBA-China controversy, but Toronto Raptors fans apparently have a lot more to say.

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