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Beijing Bought More Than £135 Billion of British Energy, Education, Tech: Report

Despite growing public tensions between the UK and China over issues such as human rights and Hong Kong, at least £135 billion worth of...

World’s Most Immunized Country Admits COVID-19 Vaccines ‘Less Good at Preventing Infection’ as Positive Cases Skyrocket

A tiny tourist hotspot in an archipelago off the eastern coast of Africa recently drew international attention after statistics showed a major spike in...

‘Constantly Being Pressured and Pressured’: Houston Nurse Terminated After Refusing Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccine

A long time Houston nurse said she lived under an environment of constant pressure and fear of discipline before eventually being terminated from her...

Amazon $3 Wage Bump a Warehouse Recruitment Stunt as Employers Struggle to Compete Against Welfare

E-commerce giant Amazon announced plans to permanently raise wages for more than 500,000 employees starting this month. The world’s third largest company is struggling...

China Emits More Greenhouse Gases Than All Other Developed Countries Combined

China emits more greenhouse gases (GHG) than all other developed countries combined according to a report released on May 6 by Rhodium Group, an...

Aerospace Company Honeywell Fined for Leaking Defense Secrets, Including to China

Honeywell, a major American aerospace and engineering firm, has been fined 13 million dollars by the U.S. Department of State for transferring critical military...

Pfizer’s COVID-19 Vaccine Drives ‘Tremendous’ Revenue as Adverse Event Reports Increase

Despite hundreds of thousands of adverse event reports, pharmaceutical company Pfizer has revealed plans to continue making its Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccines long-term,...

Chinese Criticize Regime for Using Free-falling Rocket to Mock India Pandemic Losses

Chinese took to the internet to complain after the Chinese Communist Party’s internal security apparatus committed a huge gaffe on Weibo, the mainland’s version...

China’s Overseas Laborers Suffer Frequent Abuse Working on Belt-and-Road Projects

Human trafficking in an age where building large infrastructure projects demands the use of many laborers that are often low-wage, unskilled workers looking to...

China’s Delayed Census Points to Severe Population Decline

China's seventh census, which was scheduled for release in April, is still yet to be released as of May 3. Despite the delay in...

Conflicts of Interest Abound Among Scientists Who Decry Wuhan Lab Leak Theory

Some of the loudest voices in the scientific community alleging the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic did not originate from the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) only Biosecurity...

Hong Kong’s Pro-Communist Establishment Targets Independent Media, Lawyers

In the latest move to suppress Hong Kong's legal freedoms, officials in the region loyal to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) have hinted at...

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