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Posted in: Hong Kong leader Lam says China extradition bill 'dead' See in context

Should anyone trust her???? She and her master has 0 credibility.

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Posted in: China and Britain wage war of words over Hong Kong See in context

@Wolfpack

No clue and we all knows UN is all barks and no bites anyway. But at least based on that agreement, British does have the right to do what it is doing right now - voice its disagreement on how China is handling HK. The erosion of that agreement had been for a while but it just never made into international head lines and get this much attention before.

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Posted in: China and Britain wage war of words over Hong Kong See in context

^ That agreement is also registered in United Nations as a binding agreement.

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Posted in: Bombardier sells CRJ jet program to Mitsubishi for $550 mil See in context

So, is Mitsubishi is going to make a 6th generation Zero?

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Posted in: Pokemon Go creators release Harry Potter mobile game Wizards Unite See in context

I thought they put Harry Potter to capture Pokemon.

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Posted in: China blinks, but divide from Hong Kong remains See in context

Hong Kongers do not see them as Chinese. They see themselves as Hong Konger.

Unless you are brought up and under the brain washing education system in China and be part of the party, China will not see them as one of them either. Just some tools to be used and discarded afterwards.

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Posted in: Cat-shaped geta sandals See in context

Would the tail part be easily broken after a while?

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Posted in: Hong Kong leader apologizes for extradition law turmoil See in context

CCP breeches the progressively unsettled obstacles, and legal as well as judicial systems designed to accommodate that autonomy

If CCP does that, HK will be treated just like any other port in China. No tax exemption and a lot of materials cannot enter HK, etc. I think the "Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Acts." is about to get to US Congress - not too sure it still is. But, it is a very scene that both Republican and Democratic parties are pushing for it. If it passed (very likely), it will put HK to significant disadvantage.

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Posted in: Do you think a protest rally similar in scale to what happened in Hong Kong could ever happen in Japan? See in context

2 million without any riot or looting, gives ways to emergency vehicles, and hardly any police officers in sight. It will be hard to find any.

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Posted in: Hong Kong leader apologizes for extradition law turmoil See in context

Insincere, she is definitely not an actress material.

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Posted in: Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong walks free; calls on leader to resign See in context

^ Or, just keep her around. What's better to have another focal points to sway people's target away? Well, someone will have to pay big time, for sure. For one, Taiwan already came out and said that it will not accept one-country-two-systems and will keep Taiwan a place of democracy and rule of LAWS (something along those lines). China had been trying to sell that mirage to Taiwan, but it was an open secret that it was a sham and now it is in plain day-light.

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Posted in: Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong walks free; calls on leader to resign See in context

^ Not only Lam, the chief of police as well. How they shot rubble bullets.....violates the protocol on stopping a riot? You do not shoot them in the head. That's not stopping. That's actually attempted murder.

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Posted in: What's app? See in context

Just the title, I thought it was about the What'sApp .

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Posted in: Pressure grows on Hong Kong over extradition bill See in context

I can tell you China will roll over the protesters with tanks.

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Posted in: Pressure grows on Hong Kong over extradition bill See in context

This law does not just affect HKers. Any traveler or foreigner in HK can be arrested based on just a correctly filled in paper form and be sent to China. That's part of the reasons why so many countries are worrying about this. Unlike many democratic and civilized society police cannot indefinitely detain a person without laying charges. In China, they can detain you forever without laying charges. Also, people will be devour from visit by lawyers or family members (only allow when the authority feels like it).

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Posted in: Hong Kong police fire tear gas in running battles with extradition bill protesters See in context

^Better not.

In most cases, HKers are very reasonable, logical and not care about politics that much. With this many people after that over a million match on June 9th, something (most likely someones) really ticked them off. Sending someone to a juridical system that is known to frame people for crimes they never committed and at the second last place of human right is not any responsible government with even a slightest of conscience should do. I guess the phase "Might is right" really shows here.

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Posted in: Hong Kong police fire tear gas in running battles with extradition bill protesters See in context

^ Sad but true.

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Posted in: Hong Kong police fire tear gas in running battles with extradition bill protesters See in context

Even this time, it fails, their will be next, and next. Money will probably start shifting away from HK. HK could start losing its status as international financial center.

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Posted in: Hong Kong police fire tear gas in running battles with extradition bill protesters See in context

I can only give out a phase "Live Free or Die".

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Posted in: China ready to hit back in U.S. trade war with rare earths See in context

Refining rear earth is very toxic and environmentally damaging. Perhaps, it would be the catalyst to start searching for replacement.

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Posted in: Tokyo court orders car owner to pay NHK fee See in context

So. it is more like the aggressive version of CBC in Canada then.

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Posted in: 'Once-in-a-hundred years' sightings of bamboo blossoms reported in Japan See in context

Bamboo shoots, yummy my tummy.

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Posted in: Huawei founder denies spying for China in rare interview See in context

Yeah! Like anyone is going to admit that.

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Posted in: Japanese idol singer who was attacked at home makes on-stage apology for 'causing commotion' See in context

Why did she need to apologize? This is kind of backwards.

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Posted in: Pacific trade deal spurs Canadian farm sales to Japan as U.S. watches See in context

So, will Canada start breeding wagyu?

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Posted in: Chinese ambassador accuses Canada of 'white supremacy' in Huawei case See in context

Canada has a very mixed culture already. You can pretty much see a lot of different races mingle there comparing to many other countries. What is it this time, China? Pulling the OJ Simpson race card?

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Posted in: JAL says pilot evaded breath tests over 100 times since last year See in context

Shouldn't that raise a red flag after a few times?

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Posted in: China denies 'slanderous' economic espionage charges from U.S., allies See in context

^ LOL.

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Posted in: China denies 'slanderous' economic espionage charges from U.S., allies See in context

Hummm! Then, I wonder what those tiny spy chips installed on the server motherboard all about?

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Posted in: Third Canadian detained in China amid Huawei dispute See in context

@Goodlucktoyou

There are extradition treaties with US. Or, is it better for US to behave like China, people just got kidnapped and went missing and finally found out they turned up detained in China?

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