Hong Kong’s June 4 Museum Now Online, Two Months After Forced Closure

Hong Kong’s June 4 Museum Now Online, Two Months After Forced Closure

Hong Kong's June 4 Museum, a museum dedicated to preserving the memory of China's 1989 Tiananmen crackdown, was forced to close its physical exhibits on June 2, just two days ahead of the anniversary of Beijing's 1989 crackdown on pro-democracy protests. However, two months after its closure, the June 4Museum has reappeared in virtual form.
U.S. House Proposed To Offer Cash Bounty to Wuhan Lab Whistleblowers

U.S. House Proposed To Offer Cash Bounty to Wuhan Lab Whistleblowers

House Republicans introduced legislation last week that would mandate the State Department's Rewards for Justice Program—which is best-known for placing bounties on the heads of global terrorist leaders—to offer cash rewards to anyone with inside information about the coronavirus's origins and the Chinese Communist Party's subsequent cover-up.
New Cases of CCP-Virus Put Beijing in Panic

New Cases of CCP-Virus Put Beijing in Panic

More than 350 people across 27 Chinese cities have tested positive for the CCP-virus, COVID-19, in recent days, including at least four in Beijing.
India’s First Indigenous Aircraft Carrier, To Be Named INS Vikrant, Finally Begins Sea Trials

India’s First Indigenous Aircraft Carrier, To Be Named INS Vikrant, Finally Begins Sea Trials

NEW DELHI: The much-awaited sea trials of India's first indigenous aircraft carrier (IAC), which will be reincarnated as INS Vikrant once it is commissioned in August next year, finally kicked off on Wednesday.
The University of Hong Kong Expel Students from Campus

The University of Hong Kong Expel Students from Campus

The council of the University of Hong Kong (HKU) announced on August 4, 2021, that all students who attended the July 7 meeting of the students' union council would be banned from the campus.
Britain Granted ‘Dialogue Partner’ Status by Southeast Asian Bloc

Britain Granted ‘Dialogue Partner’ Status by Southeast Asian Bloc

Britain has been granted “dialogue partner” status by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, a step forward in London’s push to build stronger diplomatic ties in Asia
Hong Kong’s Largest Teacher’s Union Says It Will Focus on Education and Serving Members After Gov’t Cuts Ties

Hong Kong’s Largest Teacher’s Union Says It Will Focus on Education and Serving Members After Gov’t Cuts Ties

The Hong Kong Professional Teachers’ Union (HKPTU) - HK’s largest teachers’ union has said it will focus on education and continue to serve its members to the best of its ability after the government announced it would no longer recognise the body over the weekend
Harris To Push Back on China’s South China Sea Claims During Asia Trip

Harris To Push Back on China’s South China Sea Claims During Asia Trip

August 04, 2021 A senior White House official told Reuters on August 3 that following Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin’s visit to Hanoi last week, US Vice President Kamala Harris will visit Singapore and Vietnam this month. she will be the first U.S. vice president to visit Vietnam. She will focus on defending international rules in
8/4/21 Japan Galaxy News: Japan Confirms With ASEAN Importance Of Free Navigation; “Home Treatment” Policy Has Been Criticized By The Ruling Party And Local Governments

8/4/21 Japan Galaxy News: Japan Confirms With ASEAN Importance Of Free Navigation; “Home Treatment” Policy Has Been Criticized By The Ruling Party And Local Governments

8/4/21 Japan Galaxy News: Japan Confirms With ASEAN Importance Of Free Navigation; "Home Treatment" Policy Has Been Criticized By The Ruling Party And Local Governments
Blinken Says Belarus Treatment of Athlete Intolerable ‘Transnational Repression’

Blinken Says Belarus Treatment of Athlete Intolerable ‘Transnational Repression’

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken blasted Belarus' attempt to send home a sprinter from the Tokyo Olympics against her wishes as intolerable "transnational repression"
Japan: Nationwide State of Emergency Against COVID Surge Amid Olympics

Japan: Nationwide State of Emergency Against COVID Surge Amid Olympics

Japan has seen a sharp increase in coronavirus cases, as Tokyo is holding the Olympic Games. The city had a record high of 4,058 new infections on Saturday and had another 3,709 new cases on Tuesday.
Wuhan To Test All Residents for COVID As Local Infections Return

Wuhan To Test All Residents for COVID As Local Infections Return

China has reinstated strict restrictions amid the largest coronavirus outbreak in months, forcing residents in certain cities to stay home and increasing testing
US and UK Embassies in Afghanistan Accuse Taliban of Possible War Crimes

US and UK Embassies in Afghanistan Accuse Taliban of Possible War Crimes

The US and British embassies in Afghanistan has accused Taliban of committing revenge murders of civilians, a charge that the insurgents have denied
8/3/21 Japan Galaxy News: Japan Plans To Establish A Home Treatment System For Patients With Mild Case Of CCP Virus; Japan Counters CCP’s Coast Guard Law With Public Opinion Warfare

8/3/21 Japan Galaxy News: Japan Plans To Establish A Home Treatment System For Patients With Mild Case Of CCP Virus; Japan Counters CCP’s Coast Guard Law With Public Opinion Warfare

8/3/21 Japan Galaxy News: Japan Plans To Establish A Home Treatment System For Patients With Mild Case Of CCP Virus; Japan Counters CCP's Coast Guard Law With Public Opinion Warfare
U.S. Senate Pushes Ahead With $1 Trillion Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill

U.S. Senate Pushes Ahead With $1 Trillion Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill

The U.S. Senate will try to complete work this week on a $1 trillion infrastructure investment bill that would bring long-awaited improvements to roads, bridges and mass-transit systems, even as some Republicans began complaining about the details
Malabar Drill in August To Send Out Quad Message to China

Malabar Drill in August To Send Out Quad Message to China

To further consolidate the interoperability of their navies in face of an aggressive China in the Indo-Pacific, the ‘Quad’ countries of India, the US, Japan and Australia are getting all set to conduct the high-voltage ‘Malabar’ exercise off Guam in the Western Pacific towards this month-end.
German Warship Heads for South China Sea Amid Tension With Beijing

German Warship Heads for South China Sea Amid Tension With Beijing

Germany on Monday sent a warship to the South China Sea for the first time in almost two decades, joining other Western nations in expanding its military presence in the region amid growing alarm over China's territorial ambitions.
German-Italian Woman Charged With Spying for China

German-Italian Woman Charged With Spying for China

According to the Associated Press (via Berlin), a German-Italian woman has been charged with espionage on suspicion of being an informant for Chinese intelligence for several years, German prosecutors said on Monday.
Hong Kong Cantopop star Anthony Wong and democrat charged by anti-corruption watchdog over ‘election songs’

Hong Kong Cantopop star Anthony Wong and democrat charged by anti-corruption watchdog over ‘election songs’

The charge, relating to Wong's performance at a campaign rally, means five democrats have now been accused in a matter of days.
8/2/21 Japan Galaxy News: Tokyo Has Topped 3,000 Confirmed Cases For Five Consecutive Days; Japan Criticizes Online Abuse Aimed At Home Olympians From Abroad

8/2/21 Japan Galaxy News: Tokyo Has Topped 3,000 Confirmed Cases For Five Consecutive Days; Japan Criticizes Online Abuse Aimed At Home Olympians From Abroad

8/2/21 Japan Galaxy News: Tokyo Has Topped 3,000 Confirmed Cases For Five Consecutive Days; Japan Criticizes Online Abuse Aimed At Home Olympians From Abroad
Secretary Blinken’s Participation in ASEAN-Related Ministerial Meetings

Secretary Blinken’s Participation in ASEAN-Related Ministerial Meetings

Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken will participate in five virtual ministerial meetings related to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) from August 2-6 EDT