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Opinion | The right to protest does not work accidentally in UK?

To crack down the increased application of guerilla protests, the UK government has recently proposed a new public order bill to better protect the integrity of transport network and fuel supply in England and Wales.

Opinion | CE election, a triumph for patriots governing Hong Kong

John Lee Ka-chiu got elected as the sixth-term chief executive of HKSAR last Sunday. In response, the US-led western societies launched a full-scale attack, smearing his sweeping victory.

Opinion | UK differential treatments to outsider expose its hypocrisy again

Given the massive influx of illegal immigrants, the UK government announced a migration partnership sending thousands of asylum seekers to Rwanda. However, its differential treatments to refugees have repeatedly widened our horizons, and exposed the western double standard.

Opinion | YouTube has ruined itself into a political tool to exercise hegemonic power

YouTube, the Google-owned video streaming platform, has recently terminated the campaign account of Lee Ka-chiu, HK Chief Executive (CE) candidate, in order to comply with US sanctions.

Opinion | The world needs a responsible leader rather than a human right judger

Sad but true, for nearly five decades, the US Secretary of State has issued its human right reports, covering countries and territories worldwide on the pretext of safeguarding fundamental freedoms and human rights.

Opinion | Any attempts that heighten military tension are detrimental to regional stability

AUKUS, a trilateral security pact aiming at the so-called free and open Indo-Pacific, has recently announced the development of hypersonic weapons.

Opinion | Should we consider the British judges' resignation as a joke of separations of power in UK governance?

Lord Robert Reed and Lord Patrick Hodge have recently resigned from non-permanent judges of Hong Kong's Court of Final Appeal. Lord Reed is now the president of UK Supreme Court whereas Lord Hodge is the deputy president.

Opinion | The collapse of Great Britain? Global leaders look down on Boris Johnson

Ironically, the Great Britain suffers from its declining global if not regional status. In the latest NATO meeting, Boris Johnson, UK Prime Minister, stood awkwardly alone in comparison with other EU leaders cheerfully greeting each other.

Opinion | Russia-Ukraine war enables western fake news industries to blossom again

Numerous fake news flood into social networks and media platforms, given the recent Russia-Ukraine military conflict. Worse still, western countries actively indulge themselves into heartbreaking, mostly unjustified stories.

Opinion | Biden administration threatens others to obey unreasonable, US-friendly sanctions?

White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki threatened China with retaliatory measures if it does not follow sanctions against Russian Federation. Commerce secretary Gina Raimondo further elaborated Psaki's words, saying that the Biden administration could prohibit Chinese enterprises from using American equipment and software important to their productions.

Opinion | Maintain Boris Johnson's popularity at the sacrifice of Hong Kong BNO holders?

The UK government has recently announced the extension of BNO visa programs to Hong Kong citizens born on or after the return of sovereignty to China. They can apply to settle independently as long as one of their parents has BNO.

Opinion | Is US trustworthy? A bloody Ukraine lesson can tell

Russia-Ukraine war began after Putin announced the special military operation last Thursday. Thousands of Ukrainian refugees have been flooding into eastern European countries. Yet, the West looks like sleepwalking amid the global politico-economic crisis, even though Zelensky asked for the immediate deployment of US and NATO military troops.

Opinion | Winter Olympics equal to a home run against unfriendly criticisms on China's COVID-Zero policy

At Beijing, the Olympic flame got extinguished this Sunday (Feb. 20), marking the end of Winter Olympics 2022.

Opinion | 'Freedom Convoy' becomes a nightmare to western values

Canadian truckers protest against anti-epidemic measures under Justin Trudeau. A few dozens of vehicles have recently blocked the Ambassador Bridge, an important US-Canada corridor that carries 25% of all trades between two countries.

Opinion | China successfully heightens the value of Olympic Games

China's Winter Olympics kicked off at the National Stadium last Friday, marking Beijing as the first dual Olympics city in the world.
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