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Alina Wang

A native of New York, Alina has a Bachelors degree in Corporate Communications from Baruch College and writes about human rights, politics, tech, and society.
Sarah Palin Poised for Comeback as She Leads Race for Alaska’s House Seat
Former Alaska governor and Republican ex-vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin may see a successful re-entry to politics, having finished in the top four of a 48-person special primary election held on June 11.  Early projections...
Torrential Downpours Kill Dozens of People in Southern China
As China attempts to recover from severe losses incurred by the nation’s “zero-COVID policies,” the country is also grappling against increasingly devastating flood seasons. Prolonged rains in the first week of June caused floods in...
US and China Defense Chiefs Butt Heads Over Taiwan Issue During First In-Person Meeting
In their first face-to-face meeting since the pandemic, U.S. and Chinese military chiefs sparred over the issue of Taiwan during a meeting on Friday, June 10. The spat took place during a major defense summit...
Chinese Military Jet Crashes in Residential Area, Killing 1 and Wounding 2
A Chinese air force fighter jet crashed during a training session in China’s central province of Hubei. The accident, which took place in Laohekou, Xianyang on the morning of June 9, killed one person on...
Lockdowns Come Back to Shanghai and Beijing as Chinese Authorities Discover New COVID Cases
After more than two months of lockdowns and movement curbs that have resulted in a string of tragedies and violence, residents in Shanghai finally saw some respite after authorities loosened the draconian “zero-COVID” restrictions on...
China Imposes Fines, Restrictions on Minors Who Get Tattoos
On June 6, China's State Council issued a directive banning all tattoos on minors, and warned any business, individual or organization from providing such services or encouraging young people to get tattoos. "No enterprise, organization...
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Taiwan Air Force Jet Makes ‘Hard Landing’ in Hawaii After Aircraft Malfunction
A F-16 fighter jet of the Republic of China (Taiwan) Air Force was forced to make a “hard landing” at an airport in Hawaii after its landing gear failed to deploy on June 6, according...
China Building Secret Naval Facility in Cambodia: Western Reports
According to several Western officials, the Chinese regime is currently building a secret naval facility in Cambodia to be used exclusively by its People’s Liberation Army (PLA).  Though both countries have denied the construction of...
Shanghai and Beijing Begin Transition to ‘New Normal’, Another Chinese City Goes Under Lockdown
Just as pandemic restrictions have begun easing in Beijing and Shanghai, residents in a city in Inner Mongolia are now being urged to stay at home after reports of a new string of COVID-19 infections...
Australia Accuses Chinese Jet of Intercepting Its Surveillance Plane and Endangering Crew
Australia’s Defense Ministry claims a Chinese jet’s “dangerous maneuver” and “reckless actions” placed the lives of its crew in danger during a routine surveillance mission over the South China Sea. In a televised interview that...
China’s Construction of ‘Most Advanced’ Aircraft Carrier Nearing Completion: Satellite Images
Following an extensive lull at the usually busy Jiangnan Shipyard, China is one step closer to launching its largest and most advanced aircraft carrier, named the Type 003. The newly developed vessel has been under...
Canada Slams China for ‘Harassing’ Its Patrol Aircraft  
Canada’s military has accused the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) of using warplanes to harass its patrolling aircraft in a number of incidents deemed “extremely troubling” by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.  The Canadian Armed...