Map. History of China conflict

20 January 2020
Organizers say 36000 turn out for an anti-communism rally in Edinburgh place. Flags are not in short supply
Lots of HKPolice at Pacific Place in Admiralty.
Organisers of today's rally in Edinburgh place say 36000 people attended
As some online appeals have called for a march up the British Consulate, after 1 girl was arrested there yesterday, Hong Kong Police have already beefed up security around the area on Justice Drive near HongKong Park
Scores of police and police vans surrounding City Hall Sunday afternoon
A courageous student from mainland China speaking on stage at Edinburgh Place to support #HongKongProtests "Say no to CCP. We shall never give up."
Hundreds of protesters gather in Central on Sunday afternoon for a rally calling for international sanctions against #HongKong and Chinese government. Groups lobbying for global support take turns to report on work they have done
Chinese government says upholds 'one country, two systems' and 'peaceful reunification' policies for Taiwan - State media
1 week ago
Opposition candidate Han Kuo-yu has conceded defeat to incumbent Tsai Ing-wen in the Taiwan presidential election
One person died of new coronavirus pneumonia in Wuhan
Hong Kong issues travel warning on Iran after escalation of U.S.-Iran tensions
A group of Chinese medicine doctors volunteer to help wounded protesters and people affected by tear gas said one of their founders went missing in Guangzhou two days ago
Chinese State Councilor & Foreign Minister Wang Yi met with President Ismail Omar Guelleh at Djibouti City. Wang highly praised "the historical contribution made by President Guelleh for China-Djibouti relations"
China-US ties – from Hong Kong to Xinjiang – dogged by lies, 'fake news', 'capitalist dogma', Chinese ambassador says
On the invitation of the US side, Chinese Vice Premier Liu He will lead China's trade delegation to the US from Jan 13 to 15 to sign the phase one trade deal: Chinese Ministry of Commerce
1 week ago
Earthquake of magnitude 4.6 - 25km WSW of Zhongcheng, China
Chief Executive CarrieLam announced law amendments to give authorities power to put patients suspected with mystery Wuhan pneumonia under mandatory quarantine. Photo: Kris Cheng/HKFP
1 week ago
Hong Kong protests: district council sets up task force to investigate mob attack at Yuen Long MTR station
Iraq's Prime Minister Adil Abdul al-Mahdi receives China's ambassador to Iraq, Zhang Tao conveyed Beijing's readiness to provide military assistance
59 people have been admitted to hospital in Wuhan, China, with symptoms of a mystery pneumonia
Rubio urges US Congress to pass Uygur bill to counter Xinjiang crackdown
2 week ago
Reuters: Taiwan's government has helped close to 60 protesters who are seeking shelter on the island for "political" reasons since the protests started about six months ago, a senior government official with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters
Hong Kong police on Sunday arrested nearly 50 people accused of deviating from an authorised protest route in the border town of Sheung Shui amid a march against mainland Chinese shoppers and parallel traders
China replaces top envoy to Hong Kong: state media
Wang Zhimin was removed from Beijing's liaison office in Hong Kong and Lou Huining was appointed to take over the office's top post
Chief Exec. Carrie Lam visited Kowloon's Express Rail station on Fri to inspect prevention measures in response to the Wuhan pneumonia outbreak. Cases of the mystery illness in China have jumped to 272 week ago
Chief Exec. Carrie Lam visited Kowloon's Express Rail station on Fri to inspect prevention measures in response to the Wuhan pneumonia outbreak. Cases of the mystery illness in China have jumped to 27
Thousands continue to arrive at Edinburgh Place later in the evening. The protest is organised by the longstanding pro-democracy Professional Teachers' Union.
A poster at the teachers' rally at Edinburgh Place criticises Education Secretary Kevin Yeung, saying that he talks nonsense, does not know the spirit of education, and disrespects teachers.
Pompeo maintains contacts with China and Britain and stresses Washington's commitment to reduce escalation
Police today said officer took off Democratic Party lawmaker Ted Hui's googles to pepper spray him because he was showing "passive resistance" for refusing to leave.
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