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China continues to persecute family of dissidents unlawfully, finds report

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China continues to unlawfully target the families of activists and dissidents, despite a pledge to end the practice of collective punishment, a Chinese human rights group has said in a report.…
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China continues to persecute family of dissidents unlawfully, finds report

By ChinaPulse.com

China continues to unlawfully target the families of activists and dissidents, despite a pledge to end the practice of collective punishment, a Chinese human rights group has said in a report.…
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China’s Xi Jinping meets U.S. executives in Beijing as foreign investment wanes

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Open this photo in gallery: Chinese President Xi Jinping attends the closing session of the National People’s Congress, at the Great Hall of the People, in Beijing, on March 11.Ng Han Guan/The Associated Press
China’s President Xi Jinping met Ame…

China is considering making bosses pay workers for ‘invisible’ overtime, but is it a feasible solution?

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For Jewel Wong, the boundary between life and work disappeared during the COVID-19 pandemic when people began to do their jobs from home.
“I couldn’t tell what’s work and what’s life anymore — I’m just working all the time…

How adopting Article 23, a national security law that quashes dissent, may reshape Hong Kong

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Hong Kong’s legislature has passed a new security law the government says is essential for stability.
But activists have described it as the final nail in the coffin for the freedoms the city once held close.…
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Is China done with its ‘peaceful’ policy toward Taiwan?

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Earlier this month, Chinese Premier Li Qiang (NPC) raised concerns in Taiwan for something he did not say.
The premier repeated that China would push for reunification with Taiwan, but conspicuously omitted the word “peaceful” — the formulation Beijing…

Is China done with its ‘peaceful’ policy toward Taiwan?

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Earlier this month, Chinese Premier Li Qiang (NPC) raised concerns in Taiwan for something he did not say.
The premier repeated that China would push for reunification with Taiwan, but conspicuously omitted the word “peaceful” — the formulation Beijing…

The Irish Times view on China’s economy: consumers need to be encouraged

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Economic questions: China’s president Xi Jinping (L) and premier Li Qiang arrive for the closing session of the 14th National People’s Congress (NPC) at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing last week (Photo by Greg Baker / AFP)
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The Irish Times view on China’s economy: consumers need to be encouraged

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Economic questions: China’s president Xi Jinping (L) and premier Li Qiang arrive for the closing session of the 14th National People’s Congress (NPC) at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing last week (Photo by Greg Baker / AFP)
The Two S…

Morning Update: ArriveCan contractor won’t address Auditor-General’s finding he set contract terms

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The head of two-person IT staffing company GCStrategies said he and his business partner collected $2.5-million in commissions for part-time work on the federal government’s ArriveCan app project, but refused to answer questions about his…