Brussels [Belgium], April 16 (ANI): The European Union is preparing new measures to punish Beijing for overhauling Hong Kong's electoral system that will further clamp down on opposition voices in the region.
Washington [US], April 16 (ANI): China controls the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and Olympic sponsors in the same way it governs its citizens, which is through fear as the international Olympic body continues to remain silent on the atrocities of the Uyghur community by the hands of the Chinese Communist Party, according to a sports author.
To dream about achieving excellence in something is one thing, and to go ahead, work day and night, put in every possible effort and make it big in a particular area of interest is a different thing altogether.
Washington DC [US], April 16 (ANI): Amid rising tensions with China on multiple fronts, US lawmakers are seeking tighter restrictions on sales of chip-making tools to Chinese companies which can be used for military hardware such as hypersonic weapons.
Tibet, April 15 (ANI): An expert has expressed concern over China's plans to build a super dam on the lower reaches of the Yarlung Zanngbor river near the Line of Actual Control (LAC), saying Beijing wants to control water and use it as a weapon against India.
Beijing [China], April 15 (ANI): After the United States restricted trade with seven Chinese supercomputing centres, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has suspended new orders from Phytium Information Technology Co, one of the Chinese organisations, that was put on the US Entity List last week.
Hong Kong, April 15 (ANI): Amid fresh attacks from a pro-Beijing camp, Alison Friedman, the artistic director of performing arts at the West Kowloon Cultural District (WKCD) in Hong Kong, has resigned from her post to return to her home country, the United States.
Quarantine has been harsh and boring, and unfortunately a part of daily living for several months. Despite the numerous complaints, however, few are thinking about how to live better during these harsh periods. If you remember how, late last year, thousands of New Yorkers stood on their porches and near their windows to applaud first responders and health care workers on the frontlines of the coronavirus outbreak, you may consider staunching your complaints.