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North Korea registered its worst economic performance Under Kim Jong Un's leadership last year.
People Starving in North Korea, Economy Shrinks 4.5% As Country Faces Food and Essentials Shortages
North Korea’s economy saw the biggest contraction in over three decades according to figures released by South Korea’s central bank, the Bank of Korea (BOK). The Kim Jong Un region slumped back by 4.5 percent...
Data from Perseverance and InSight have helped scientists discover new information about Mars.
What’s Inside Mars? InSight and Perseverance Robots Reveal Interesting New Details
InSight and Perseverance are two NASA robots that are presently exploring the Martian surface. InSight landed on the red planet on Nov. 26, 2018; it’s been active for 977 days as of July 30. Perseverance...
At Tianjin Meeting, China Blasts US for Crossing ‘Red Lines,’ Claims Success of Communist Rule
U.S. and Chinese officials recently held meetings in Tianjin city on July 25 and 26. The Chinese side used the meetings to complain about Washington’s attitude towards the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) as well as...
Floods in China and the heatwave in North America might be linked to jet streams.
Are Jet Streams Behind North America’s Intense Heatwave and Floods in China and Germany?
In recent weeks, certain areas in North America, Europe, and China have been subjected to severe weather. The Western United States and Canada were hit by an intense heatwave that damaged roads and rail infrastructure,...
This photo taken on May 26, 2021 shows the Tencent headquarters in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen, in Guangdong province.
How The Chinese Government Controls Tencent, the Seventh Largest Company in the World
Chinese tech company Tencent has deep ties with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Guangzhou-based Southern Metropolis Daily reported that Tencent has established 275 party branches within its offices. The company employs more than 60,000 people,...
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Hong Kong’s National Security Council Caught Up in Luxurious Dinner Party Scandal
On July 13, various media reported that three senior Hong Kong security officials and members of Hong Kong's National Security Council had attended a luxurious dinner party held by the mainland real estate company Evergrande...
Blue Origin’s New Shepard crew—(L-R) Oliver Daemen, Jeff Bezos, Wally Funk, and Mark Bezos—pose for a picture in Van Horn, Texas near the booster after flying into space in the Blue Origin New Shepard rocket on July 20, 2021. Mr. Bezos and the crew were the first human spaceflight for the company.
World’s Richest Man Jeff Bezos Reaches Space With Youngest and Oldest Crew Members
On July 20, Jeff Bezos, the richest person in the world and founder of Amazon, successfully completed his space journey on New Shepard, a rocket ship designed and built by his space company Blue Origin....
Coastline cities around the world could be facing high-intensity floods in the 2030s from a moon wobble
2030: Massive Floods From ‘Moon Wobble’ to Potentially Cause Havoc in Coastline Cities Around the World
On July 7, a NASA study warned that the U.S. coast could be subjected to high tide floods, in the future, during a lunar cycle that would raise sea levels. The space agency predicts the...
Tesla has introduced a subscription plan for its automated driving assistance service.
Tesla Plans $199-a-Month ‘Full Self-Driving’ Service to Remove ‘Burdensome Parts’ of Driving
Tesla has begun offering a “Full Self-Driving” (FSD) autopilot drive assistance system as a monthly subscription service to its users. The system claims to assist drivers with the “most burdensome parts” of driving like “steering,...