Blinken: Always Concern About the Challenges of the CCP and Denounce its Genocide

Blinken: Always Concern About the Challenges of the CCP and Denounce its Genocide

On Thursday, Blinken emphasized that the Russia-Ukraine war will not distract the Biden administration and that the United States will remain focused on China's most serious long-term challenge to the international order.
Canadian Customer Data Firm Telus Makes $830m For Australia’s Appen

Canadian Customer Data Firm Telus Makes $830m For Australia’s Appen

It was reported on Thursday that Canadian data analytics software maker Telus International's A$1.2 billion ($830 million) takeover of Australian rival Appen Ltd sent its shares soaring.
SEC: Significant Issues Remains Among Communist China’s Company Audits

SEC: Significant Issues Remains Among Communist China’s Company Audits

According to a report, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) official said that "significant issues remain" in reaching a deal with Communist China over a long-running dispute around auditing compliance of Communist China-based companies which listed on U.S. stock exchanges.
South Korea’s SK Group Invests $200 Billion in Semiconductor Industry to Follow Samsung

South Korea’s SK Group Invests $200 Billion in Semiconductor Industry to Follow Samsung

Following Samsung, South Korea's SK Group announced on Thursday, May 26 that it will invest about 247 trillion Korean won (about 195.2 billion US dollars) in semiconductor, battery and other related fields in the next five years.
Davos was Shrouded by Global Economic Worries

Davos was Shrouded by Global Economic Worries

The threat of food insecurity around the world, the lingering CCP virus (COVID-19) pandemic. As business leaders, government officials and other dignitaries gather in Davos, Switzerland, for the World Economic Forum's annual meeting, there is growing pessimism about the coming months.
The United States called the UN Human Rights Commissioner’s visit to China a mistake

The United States called the UN Human Rights Commissioner’s visit to China a mistake

On May 24, it was reported, the U.N. Human Rights Chief agreed to visit Communist China was a mistake because of concerns that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Government's restrictions on her visit could undermine censorship of Beijing's human rights record, the U.S. State Department said on Tuesday.
China’s Military Exercises Near Taiwan

China’s Military Exercises Near Taiwan

According to a reports on May 25th, the Communist China has organized ‘multi-services combat readiness’ patrols and combat drills in the sea and airspace around Taiwan in response to recent 'U.S.-Taiwan collusion activities'.
North Korea tested nuclear detonator and fired three missiles right after Biden left South Korea

North Korea tested nuclear detonator and fired three missiles right after Biden left South Korea

On May 25, shortly after US President Joe Biden's visit to Japan and South Korea, South Korea's National Security Office said that North Korea appeared to have tested a nuclear detonator and was preparing for its seventh nuclear test explosion. Three ballistic missiles were fired in the early hours of the same day.
Food Experts warn of only ’10 weeks’ left in global wheat supplies

Food Experts warn of only ’10 weeks’ left in global wheat supplies

Sara Menker, chief executive of agricultural analyst Gro Intelligence, told the UN Security Council on May 19 that amid the conflict in Ukraine and India's ban on wheat exports in recent weeks, the world has only about 10 weeks of wheat supply reserves remain.
West Point Will Prepare for A New Kind of Warfare to counter Communist China and Russia

West Point Will Prepare for A New Kind of Warfare to counter Communist China and Russia

Milley stressed, the U.S. military cannot afford to be old-fashioned, but must urgently modernize and develop the forces and equipment that can deter or, if necessary, prevail in a global conflict. And the graduating officers must change the way U.S. forces think, train and fight.
Legal Organization Assists Inmates Not Paroled for Failure to Vaccinate

Legal Organization Assists Inmates Not Paroled for Failure to Vaccinate

An Ontario inmate who was granted parole by the court was rejected by the local because he was not vaccinated, and eventually lost the opportunity to get out of prison to study.
Poll Shows 40% of Parents Worry That Masks Will Harm Their Children’s Physical and Mental Health

Poll Shows 40% of Parents Worry That Masks Will Harm Their Children’s Physical and Mental Health

The survey, conducted between March 1 and March 7, interviewed 478 parents with children in school. 40% of parents said the school's mask mandate hurt their children's overall school experience, nearly 50% said there was no difference, and 11% said masks are good for their children.
U.S. Attorney General v. Stephen A. Wynn, 22-CV-013712

U.S. Attorney General v. Stephen A. Wynn, 22-CV-013712

The DOJ accuses that Steve Wynn acted as a Chinese Communist Party (CCP) agent without being registered under Foreign Agents Registration Acts (FARA).
Deadly storms hit Ontario and Quebec in Canada

Deadly storms hit Ontario and Quebec in Canada

Canada Vancouver Sailing Farm - Maple Leaf News According to the Toronto Star report on May 22, authorities are working to restore power and clear road works after a devastating and deadly storm ripped through southern Ontario and Quebec a few days ago.
Toronto investigates first case of monkeypox infection

Toronto investigates first case of monkeypox infection

Canada Vancouver Sailing Farm - Maple Leaf News According to CTV News reported on May 21, Toronto Public Health announced on the same day that it was investigating the city's first case of monkeypox virus infection and stressed that the risk to public health from the disease was likely to be very low.
British Columbia  calls for rehiring of laid-off healthcare workers

British Columbia calls for rehiring of laid-off healthcare workers

Canada Vancouver Sailing Farm - Maple Leaf News According to a report by Canada's True North on May 21, the BC Healthcare Workers United (BCHWU) recently asked the government to reactivate fellow workers who were laid off for refusing the COVID-19 vaccination during the pandemic to ease the stress of scarcity of the province's health care system workforce.
Canada has started to supply the rare earth concentrates to the world

Canada has started to supply the rare earth concentrates to the world

Canada Vancouver Sailing Farm - Maple Leaf News According to the Globe and Mail report on May 22, the Necharacho rare earth mining area in Northwest Territories has begun to supply the world with its first concentrated concentrates that are critical to the high-tech economy.
Baby formula shortage in Canada leads to panic buying

Baby formula shortage in Canada leads to panic buying

Canada Vancouver Sailing Farm - Maple Leaf News According to the Globe and Mail report on May 23rd, the continuing shortage of infant formula in the United States continues to affect the Canadian market, and while many parents try to find the products on social media, major stores have purchasing restrictions to ensure supplies which triggers a wave of buying panic.
Musk Visits Brazil’s Bolsonaro to Discuss Rural Connectivity and Rainforest Monitoring

Musk Visits Brazil’s Bolsonaro to Discuss Rural Connectivity and Rainforest Monitoring

Local time (May 20), Brazil's Minister for Communications Fabio Faria announced on Twitter that at his invitation, entrepreneur Elon Musk would arrive in Brazil on Friday to discuss rural connectivity and protection of the Amazon rain forest with the Brazilian government.
Biden Supports Japan Becoming a Permanent Member of the UN Security Council.

Biden Supports Japan Becoming a Permanent Member of the UN Security Council.

President Biden visited Asia for the first time since taking office, he praised Fumio Kishida's determination to strengthen Japan's defense capabilities and supported Japan's plan to strengthen its defense capabilities to counter China's growing influence in Asia. In addition, Japanese broadcaster NHK reported that Biden supports Japan becoming a permanent member of the UN Security Council.
NYC Retreats on Firing 4,650 Police Who Refuse the Jab as Crime Surges

NYC Retreats on Firing 4,650 Police Who Refuse the Jab as Crime Surges

Only out of dire necessity, New York City is retreating on vaccine mandates. There is a report that the mayor plans to shelve the plan to fire thousands of police officers who refused to get the CCP virus vaccine, as the nation’s largest city involves the grips of a violent crime wave that includes mass shootings.