點新聞
Through dots, we connect.
讓世界看到彩色的香港 讓香港看到彩色的世界
標籤

Watch This | Peacemaker or double-dealer? Biden's dual role in the Israeli conflict

The recent escalation in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has thrust the Biden administration's stance into the global spotlight. As a longstanding ally of Israel, the US's political choices and rhetoric undoubtedly wield significant influence over the trajectory of the conflict.

Watch This | Brutal suppression of US campus protests: Is this the true face of freedom and democracy? Double standards exposed

In the vast United States, once seen as a beacon of free speech, it now seems unable to accommodate even a quiet desk. When fully armed police forces storm campuses, wielding batons, and brutally assaulting students, the world is shocked. Such scenes are a far cry from the America of yesteryear that preached freedom and democracy, resembling more of a nightmare.

Watch This | The case of Jimmy Lai: Combat over terrorism and violence

The founder of Next Digital Limited in Hong Kong, Jimmy Lai, an anti-China rebel in Hong Kong, along with three companies related to Apple Daily, are accused of conspiring with foreign or external forces to endanger national security. One of the defendants in the case where 12 Hong Kong people were arrested for illegally crossing the border in waters, Li Yu-hin, has now turned into a tainted witness and continues to testify as the fourth accomplice witness in the West Kowloon Magistrates' Court in Hong Kong, further revealing the insider of the case.

Watch This | Ban it, rather than beat it – How the U.S. deals with Chinese electric cars

On April 11 local time, Sherrod Brown, Chairman of the Senate Banking Committee (representing Ohio), wrote to President Biden, urging him to " take bold, aggressive action and to permanently ban EVs produced by Chinese companies or whatever subsidiaries they establish to conceal their origins." This is the strongest statement made by U.S. lawmakers on this issue to date.

1-minute News | What is the impact of geomagnetic storms on us?

From 23:00 on March 24th to 23:00 on March 25th, a severe geomagnetic storm occurred on Earth, resulting in auroras appearing in many places. The phenomenon of geomagnetic storms has attracted social attention, and the term "geomagnetic storm" has become a hot search topic. So, what is a geomagnetic storm?

Watch This | Shadows in green race: America's discriminatory subsidy policies and future of global new energy vehicle industry

The policy trends in the United States and China and drawing widespread attention in the global competition of the new energy vehicle industry. The discriminatory subsidy policy within the recent Inflation Reduction Act passed by the United States has parked serious concerns from China and other nations.

Watch This | Safe, smooth, and steady: Safeguarding National Security Ordinance protects HK's vitality

On March 19, 2024, the Hong Kong LegCo unanimously passed the "Safeguarding National Security Ordinance", commonly known as Article 23. What is the Article 23 legislation? Why is there a need for it? And what impact will it have? Simply put, the Article 23 legislation related to the concept of "national security".

Watch This | So-called 'Democracy Summit' seems to miss the point entirely

The third "Democracy Summit," spearheaded by the United States, is set to take place in South Korea from the 18th to the 20th of March 2024, drawing skepticism and criticism from analysts. Many see this summit as an attempt by the U.S. to wield "American-style democracy" as a political tool, the underlying motives and essence of which have been detected by the international community.

1-minute News | Will 2024 see a surge in weight loss trends after movie 'YOLO' makes history?

 "YOLO," directed by and starring Jia Ling, has clinched the Spring Festival box office crown. Encouraged by the movie's plot, many netizens have expressed that they are determined to achieve their fitness goals this year.

1-minute News | Strong consumption! Hot tourism! New changes appear during 2024 Spring Festival

A trend of strong consumption and hotter tourism appeared during the 2024 Spring Festival, the first Lunar New Year recognized as a United Nations holiday.

1-minute News | Say goodbye to unrequited love! Self-protection mechanism works

When you were young, were you ever trapped in love and couldn't get enough of it? A paper in "Current Biology" reveals that scientists may have discovered an inherent mechanism in the brain that protects us from endless unrequited love. As a result, people are able to rescue themselves from emotional distress and move on with their lives. However, some people feel that this "rational" mechanism may also allow people to miss out on some opportunities. What are your thoughts?

1-minute News | Is traffic congestion really caused by the first car? MIT research reveals the truth

This Lunar New Year, we wish you a smooth and unobstructed journey!

1-minute News | People who just browse without liking may face risks to mental health

Do you click the "like" button beside your friends' tweets or "moments"? Or are you a "silent angel" on social media platforms? Research suggests that your mental health status may correlate with your actions as above. Check out the details!

1-minute News | Anxiety? Insomnia? Find more sour foods!

In a fast-paced life, symptoms such as insomnia and anxiety have always bothered people. Perhaps, as the ancient books say, acidic foods can have an effect on this?

Watch This | An intriguing 'election'

I wonder if you've seen the recent election in Taiwan which has caused quite a stir. This election has some particularly intriguing behind-the-scenes scandals. Hou Han-ting, a candidate for the first district legislator in Taipei, recently leaked confidential documents related to three "Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) election strategy meetings" held on November 20, November 22, and November 27, 2023.
New to old 
New to old
Old to new
relativity
Search Content 
Content
Title
Keyword