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Singers perform at a karaoke lounge in Hong Kong on February 11, 2011. The Chinese Communist Party wants to ensure social stability by centrally overseeing what songs can be sung in the country’s karaoke bars.
China Moves to Ensure Only ‘Healthy’ Songs Played at Karaoke Bars
The Chinese Communist Party is tightening its grip on all aspects of daily life, social interaction, entertainment, and traditional culture. For example, the Chinese Ministry of Culture recently announced plans to increase control over a...
Virgin Founder Richard Branson Kicks Off Billionaire Space Tourism Race With Successful Unity 22 Mission
The billionaire space race was kicked off when Sir Richard Branson, the British founder of Virgin Galactic, entered space with a private crew on Sunday, July 11, launching from New Mexico. Branson’s historic space adventure,...
BBC has lost a million subscribers over the past two years
BBC Loses 1 Million Subscribers, Plans to End Free TV for People Aged Above 75
The BBC seems to be facing a crisis of survival right on the heels of the global pandemic. Over the past two years, a million households in the United Kingdom stopped paying the TV license...
Washington Blacklists More Chinese Companies Linked to Uyghur Abuses, Military Connections
On July 9th, the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) announced that it had added 34 companies to its Entity List, an economic blacklist, for their involvement in activities contrary to...
Dangerous ‘Tofu-Dreg’ Projects Remain a Persistent Problem in Many Parts of China
The Chinese phrase “tofu-dreg project” was coined by Zhu Rongji, premier of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) in the 1990s and early 2000s. He used the phrase to describe a poorly constructed dam during...
Premier Jason Kenney (R) and Cabinet are sworn in at Government House, in Edmonton on Tuesday, April 30, 2019. Pictured is Kaycee Madu (L), then-Minister of Municipal Affairs. Kenney announced Alberta will not be following other provinces, such as Manitoba, Ontario, and Quebec in installing a vaccine passport requirement at a Stampede breakfast event on July 12.
Alberta Won’t Follow Other Provinces in Vaccine Passport Installation: Premier
Alberta’s Premier says he will not follow the lead of other provinces, such as Quebec and Ontario, to install a vaccine passport requirement for non-essential businesses. Premier Jason Kenney, leader of the United Conservative Party,...
Members of the public arrive to receive a dose of a COVID-19 vaccine inside a temporary vaccination centre set up at the Emirates Stadium, home to Arsenal football club, in north London on June 25, 2021.
UK COVID-19 Vaccination Rate Plunges, Research Studies Against Child Inoculation
The rate of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccinations in the UK has slowed down over the past weeks. Even though the country is one of the most vaccinated in the world, the number of infections...
A bipartisan infrastructure bill may be introduced in the Senate this month.
Trillion Dollar Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal to Hit Senate Floor Soon
A 1.2 trillion dollar bipartisan infrastructure plan supported by President Joe Biden could hit the Senate floor within weeks. In an email to Politico, a White House official said that Senate Majority Leader and Democrat...
UK Labour MPs hold placards promoting socialism as they demonstrate against Brexit during a public relations stunt outside Portcullis House on March 5, 2019 in London, England. A study by UK think tank Institute of Economic Affairs found 67 percent of Millennials and Generation Z say they long to live under socialist policies. The oldest Millennials would be in their 40s today.
Two-Thirds of UK Under-45 Want to Live in Socialism: Study
A recent study conducted by a UK think tank uncovered a startling and widespread shift in the attitude of the Millennial and Zoomer (Gen Z) generations away from a desire to live in and construct...