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Darren Maung

Darren is an aspiring writer who wishes to share or create stories to the world and bring humanity together as one. A massive Star Wars nerd and history buff, he finds enjoyable, heart-warming or interesting subjects in any written media.
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Amnesty International Forced to Close Hong Kong Office Citing National Security Law
By the end of 2021, global human rights movement Amnesty International (AI) is scheduled to close down its offices in Hong Kong citing pressure from the national security law enacted by the Chinese Communist Party...
Beijing Enacts New Law to Strengthen Border Security
While the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is embroiled in high tensions in the east, it continues to attempt to assert control over its frontiers, particularly in the western reaches of the mainland, showcasing its determination...
Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen (R) greets French Senator Alain Richard (L) at the Presidential Office in Taipei on October 7, 2021.
French Visit to Taiwan Sparks Beijing Aggression
On Oct. 6, French senators landed in Taiwan to engage in negotiations with Republic of China (ROC) President Tsai Ing-wen, ignoring warnings from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). The French delegation The delegation that visited...
Seaman Xi Chan stands lookout on the flight deck as the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG 52) transits the Taiwan Strait during routine underway operations on April 23, 2020. Barry is forward-deployed to the U.S. 7th Fleet area of operations in support of security and stability in the Indo-Pacific region.
Beijing Outraged Over U.S. and Canadian Warships Sailing Through Taiwan Strait
Warships from the U.S. and Canadian navies traversed the Taiwan Strait together last week. With heightened tensions between the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and the Republic of China (ROC), centered in Taiwan, the passage of...
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How to Be More Decisive
Decision making is a part of life. It is how we move forward and shape our destinies. From choosing a dinner entree to selecting a spouse, we may weigh feelings, instincts, practicality, propriety, and other...
Chinese President and Chairman of the Communist Party Xi Jinping, top center, waves to the crowd after his speech above the portrait of the late Chairman Mao Zedong at a ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Communist Party.
The CCP Launches Offensive Against Private Investment in Media
The Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) newest initiative to preserve its despotic rule involves prohibiting private investment in the media through a series of regulatory crackdowns and financial restrictions. In its usual stance against public speech...
An armed US-made F16 fighter jet takes off from a motorway in Pingtung, southern Taiwan, during the annual Han Kuang drill on September 15, 2021.
Taipei Delivers Firm Warning to Beijing as Military Tensions Intensify
Taiwan’s government has issued a warning to Beijing after the communist regime insisted that its incursions into Taiwan’s airspace are justified actions to ensure peace and stability. High-level military tensions In a statement made last...
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Unearthing the Mystery of the Arthurian Giant of Glastonbury Abbey
England has always been a host of numerous medieval legends, especially the tale of King Arthur, whose legend has continued to inspire heroism and hope to this day. The story has become so widely accepted...
While many countries have backed a global tax deal, several are still debating whether or not to join.
Global Minimum Tax Deal Reached, Faces Strong Opposition
Nations of the G-7 and G-20 have come together to hash out a global tax deal that would drastically change international tax rules. The deal aims for a 15 percent global minimum tax among other...
Smart Clothes: Will We Soon Be Sporting a Suit of Arm(onit)or?
Clothing has served many a purpose throughout the ages: protection from the elements, mark of one’s status, fashion statement, comfort, and attracting a mate, to name a few. With our ever-increasing dependence on technology, it...
Taliban Rule Incites Terror Among Afghan Civilians
As nations withdraw from a fallen Afghanistan, a rift of safety and security has opened in the country, leaving many at risk of being oppressed by the Taliban’s draconian practices and punishments. With the former...
Access to Online Museum Commemorating Tiananmen Square Massacre Blocked in Hong Kong
On Sept. 30, in a continuation of its draconian censorship and internet control policies, authorities in Beijing blocked access to a website constructed to commemorate the Tiananmen Square massacre. No one from Hong Kong or...