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Lai’s attempt to seek ‘independence’ will surely face strong counterattack

Lai Ching-te, the Taiwan region’s new leader, has stepped onto the front stage with a radical and adventurous “Taiwan independence” stance in his inauguration speech on May 20. The speech was full of hostility, provocation, lies and deception, releasing dangerous and provocative signals of seeking “Taiwan independence.” It has caused deep concern among the public about the future of the …

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China sharpens response, as US sets date for tariff hikes, pushes EU to follow suit

China’s Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) on Thursday reaffirmed the country’s commitment to green development and slammed “certain countries and regions” mulling to take restrictive measures against Chinese electric vehicles (EVs), in response to reports of a prominent Chinese expert calling for a temporary tariff hike on imported cars with large engines. The remarks marked a sharpened response to the US …

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Amnesty International’s Secretary-General pays courtesy call on PM Dahal

Kathmandu, May 24: Secretary-General of the Amnesty International, Agnes Callamard has paid a courtesy call on Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ on Friday. Various matters related to the transitional justice and human rights were discussed in the meeting held at PM residence, Baluwatar, informed PM Dahal’s press expert Manahari Timlsina. On the occasion, PM Dahal clarified that Nepal has …

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Whether to follow the US’ tariff policies tests Europe’s strategic autonomy

On May 21, while attending an event in Frankfurt, Germany, US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen claimed that “the US and Europe need to respond to China’s industrial overcapacity in a strategic and united way.” She openly urged the EU to intervene urgently to “dampen” China’s growing green technology exports, including solar panels and wind turbines. Given Germany’s staunch opposition to …

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Bashing Xizang urbanization exposes West’s colonialist mind-set

In the eyes of some Western forces, it seems that backwardness and poverty should be the true feature of Southwest China’s Xizang Autonomous Region. With an ulterior motive of hindering China’s development, they try to project their colonialist past onto today’s China by discrediting China’s urbanization process in Xizang. Through a filthy, biased lens, they fail to see the realistic …

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Provoke once, counter once; the greater the provocation, the stronger the countermeasure

Taiwan’s regional leader Lai Ching-te bears two prominent “labels”: a complete “worker for Taiwan independence” and a thorough “peace disruptor.” These labels were once again reaffirmed in his so-called inaugural speech on May 20. The speech was filled with hostility and provocation, lies and deception. In it, Lai took an even more radical and reckless stance on “Taiwan independence,” vigorously …

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Sirohiya remanded to custody for three days

Janakpurdham, May 22: An order has been issued to investigate keeping Chairperson of Kantipur Media Publications, Kailash Sirohiya, in custody for three days. Sirohiya was arrested on offense related to his citizenship on Tuesday from Kathmandu. A single bench of Judge at the District Court Dhanusha, Janakpurdham, Churaman Khadka, issued the verdict to this effect, said Deputy Superintendent of Police …

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