In this discussion, panelists will share their views on the truth behind Western media claims, revealing artifices utilized by supposedly democratic governments and big tech to manipulate and control information for political gains.
The Hong Kong government on last Friday (July 16) gazetted the amendment bill that aims to combat doxing acts that are intrusive to personal data privacy. According to government statistics, more than 5,700 doxing-related complaints were received between June 2019 and April 2021. Nixie Lam, former HK district councillor, was among the victims, who will also share her experience with us in the discussion.
A paper on how to "incentivize" protest movements in HK was published in the latest June issue of American Economic Review, a world-renowned academic journal. It has gained much attention from the public.
When we watch YouTube, we subscribe channels that produce intriguing content. There are a group of people who are dedicated to clarifying misunderstandings and become famous for doing this on the Internet. This time, DotDotNews interviews Angelo, Barrie and Cyrus, who have lived in China for years, and dedicate themselves to speaking out for the country.
Socialism with Chinese characteristics and the Chinese model have proven that China has lifted more than 700 million people out of poverty. It is the most successful country in battling the COVID pandemic. Obviously, under the leadership of the Communist Party of China (CPC), China's political, economic, and cultural development has grown significantly.
Barrie, an observer on China, a former journalist of a renowned British media outlet, a YouTuber who produces video clarifying current issues about the dispute between the West and China, and a writer and geopolitical commentator who has been living in the country for almost nine years. Barrie’s video was once played and cited in a press conference of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in a conversation between the spokesperson Hua Chunying and a foreign journalist. DotDotNews recently connects with Barrie and conducts an exclusive interview with him.
A panel discussion on Hong Kong's upcoming electoral reform was held earlier this week. DotDotNews invites Fred Teng, President of the America China Public Affairs Institute, HK former District Councilor Nixie Lam as well as China watchers Angelo Giuliano and Cyrus Janssen to share their views on this topic.
Chiranjaya Udumullage is a Sri Lankan businessman who has stayed in China for 15 years. In 2006, he came to study computer science at University of Science and Technology Beijing, where he completed his undergraduate and graduate studies. After graduation, he worked as a programer. But in 2017, he founded his own company and started doing tea business. Now he has opened his own store in Beijing.