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Posted in: Chip shortage keeps driving up auto prices, cutting sales See in context

The topics: Chip Shortage is misleading. Chips are over-supply and many manufacturers have piles of stock, e.g. Samsung has cut chip orders for the next three months.

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Posted in: Chip shortage keeps driving up auto prices, cutting sales See in context

The topics: Chip Shortage is misleading. Overall chip prices are over-supply and many manufacturers have piles of stock, e.g. Samsung has cut chip orders for the next three months.

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Posted in: Russia suspending gas supplies to Poland, Bulgari See in context

If discussion between Poland and Russia cannot reach agreement on payment (through Ruble). Poland can pay by gold - it is acceptable to Russia.

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Posted in: Japan to phase out Russian coal imports See in context

Russia said USA has imported 43% more of oil at March 2022.

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Posted in: G7 condemns Russian atrocities in Ukraine; vows to up pressure See in context

Russia said USA has imported more than 43% of oil from Russia on March 2022.

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Posted in: World leaders renew calls to investigate attacks on civilians in Ukraine See in context

Soviet does not aim to win the invasion within short period of time. His (Putin) strategy is similar to the Franco-Prussian War (1870): The Siege of Paris. Time is at Putin's side.

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Posted in: Russia suspended from all international soccer See in context

Football is only a minority. Don't think sanction is a big deal.

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Posted in: Russian court slaps Google, Meta with massive fines See in context

Compared with US penalties on oversea banks or companies, Russia only charged small amount.

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Posted in: Taiwan leader confirms small U.S. troop training presence See in context

I travelled to Taiwan numerously over the past 4 decades. It was not democracy ruled.

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Posted in: Harris says U.S. will provide Vietnam with 1 million vaccine doses See in context

There were too many visits from senior US Officials (Blinken and Austin) to Vietnam recently. Kamala should concentrate on her south border's project.

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Posted in: U.S. senators promise vaccines for Taiwan amid China dispute See in context

No one hinders Taiwan from buying vaccines. Taiwan can buy BioNTech via Fosun whereas Fosun is the sole distributor for Greater China Region. Fosun has invested USD50 million at BioNTech on March 2020 and secured this right. The co-operation between Biotech and Fosun was even earlier than Pfizer US.

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Posted in: China launches main part of its 1st permanent space station See in context

A lot of young scientists were sitting on the control room. That's the future and strength of China.

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Posted in: U.S., Britain rush supplies to virus-stricken India See in context

Wonder if China and Russia will send any Sinovac or Sputnik....

China has arranged 800 Oxygen Concentrators and airlifted to Delhi (from HK) on 26 April. Another 10,000 will dispatch within this week.

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Posted in: Britain officially launches new visa scheme for Hong Kong citizens See in context

We are living very happily under the New Securities Law.  Thanks Great Britain, USA, Australia, EU...etc to offer your generosity and accept those rioters into your societies.  Wishing more HK rioters can leave as soon as possible.

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Posted in: 53 Hong Kong pro-democracy figures arrested See in context

Then why the mess started? Because these peaceful protests.....

It was NOT peaceful protest - they threw petrol bomb, setting fire on shops/streets, attacking/killing those innocents…..etc.  Are these peaceful??

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Posted in: 53 Hong Kong pro-democracy figures arrested See in context

Corrections –

Just five 7-Player football fields plus 6 road lanes time 8 km.

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Posted in: 53 Hong Kong pro-democracy figures arrested See in context

@Open Minded

Can you agree that the first days/weeks saw big peaceful protests of up to 2 miilions people

I have been there on the first two weeks – there weren’t 2 millions. Do you have idea the size of protesting area? Just 57-Players’ football fields plus 6 lanes8 km. Although it was moving, the speed were very slow because the organizer made the flow to be slow and have a crowding effects.

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Posted in: 53 Hong Kong pro-democracy figures arrested See in context

All the freedom-loving Hong Kongers MUST escape to democratic nations within the next 6 months. If they choose not to, they will forever live under totalitarian communism.

These so-called freedom-loving Hong Kongers are rioters. They attacked people with different political standpoints, burning shops, blocken roads/streets....etc. We welcome your countries to accept them as residents - let them leave HK as soon as possible.

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Posted in: 53 Hong Kong pro-democracy figures arrested See in context

I will never set foot in China again except to go to the real true China which was formerly called Formosa.

The so-called Formosa is named Taiwan. Taiwan is part of China.

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Posted in: Britain to send aircraft carrier strike group to waters near Japan See in context

@Kwatt

Most Hong Kong people really want just democratic world there but Communist China forcibly cut/stopped it before time comes.

Hong Kong is very safe and peace now. No need to involve HK onto your discussion. We are living very happily here.

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Posted in: Japan aims to expand regional free trade pact as UK, China eye membership See in context

How about free, democratic Taiwan instead?"

Are you laughing?? Taiwan is a FREE, DEMOCRATIC???

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Posted in: China's imports, exports surge as global economy reopens See in context

China has had crop failures, massive flooding, storms and insect infestations, and swine flu this year and is struggling to meet basic food requirements.

I am living in HK and have many relatives/friends in Mainland China. Yes and there were crop failure, flooding…etc but they are all solved. Be aware of reading Washington Post/BBC/DW, there are a lot of biases on reporting China.

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Posted in: China's imports, exports surge as global economy reopens See in context

China has had crop failures, massive flooding, storms and insect infestations, and swine flu this year and is struggling to meet basic food requirements.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/asia_pacific/china-food-shortage-clean-plate/2020/10/02/578daa0e-0223-11eb-b92e-029676f9ebec_story.html+

I am living in HK and have many relatives/friends in Mainland China. Yes and there were crop failure, flooding…etc but they are all solved.  Be aware of reading Washington Post/BBC/DW, there are a lot of biases on reporting China.

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Posted in: Japan's exports extend double-digit decline See in context

This kind of news makes you wonder how much truth is behind the numbers announced from the nations next door like PRC.

According to a report on 11 Sept 2020 by Descartes Datamyne - Goods transported by 20-foot container from China to USA are 1.06 million on August 2020. Increased by 19% as compared with last year.

https://zh.cn.nikkei.com/politicsaeconomy/investtrade/42036-2020-09-11-15-44-15.html

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Posted in: Japan's exports extend double-digit decline See in context

@Triring

According to a report on 11 Sept 2020 by Descartes Datamyne - Goods transported by 20-foot container from China to USA are 1.06 million on August 2020. Increased by 19% as compared with last year.

https://zh.cn.nikkei.com/politicsaeconomy/investtrade/42036-2020-09-11-15-44-15.html

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Posted in: Japanese show support for Hong Kong activist Agnes Chow See in context

Hi Graham DeShazo. We are living very happily in Hong Kong nowadays. Nobody are leaving. If they leave, then leave.

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Posted in: Japanese show support for Hong Kong activist Agnes Chow See in context

There is a Chinese idioms - Don't look people from their faces. It seems Agnes is a young girl with a simple face. Our court only judge for what she has/hasn't done.

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Posted in: Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai arrested under security law See in context

Chinese government has sent millions of students abroad since 1985 – nearly 45 years. I understand many of them have stayed and not returning to China. Those come back have built up the economy/industries. Chinese workers are very hardworking whereas they can work 12 hours*7 days. Also, saving ratio are very high for Chinese.

China is not authoritarian and she is a collective responsible government.

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Posted in: Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai arrested under security law See in context

It is very common for us to migrate to other countries over the past several decades – no need to exaggerate. It seems not so many of us have planning to migrate (because of the New Security Laws).  If they leave, we are happy to say farewell to them.

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Posted in: Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai arrested under security law See in context

We (Hong Kong PEOPLE) don't mind to live in one system, two systems...etc. As long as the society is stable, no riots on the street, won't be attacked if you've different political standpoint....etc. Although we still have to face many restrictions in tackling the COVID-19, we are happier as compared with the 2019's riot.

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