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EDITORIAL: Preventing another shooting

Taipei Times 19 May 2022
As the church has long backed Taiwan’s independence from China, law enforcement officials suspect Chou targeted it out of anger over its stance. Orange County Sheriff Don Barnes said that Chou had notes in his car that said he “was upset about political tensions between China and Taiwan,” and harbored “hatred of the Taiwanese people.”.
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US-led initiative expected to bolster economic partnership with Korea

Korea Times 19 May 2022
Seoul needs to seek ways not to harm ties with China ... However, Seoul is also required to make efforts to prevent the IPEF participation from adversely affecting its relations with China, the nation's largest trading partner, they added ... Manning said the exclusion of China ― despite its economic influence in the region ― may bring about side effects.
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BIMI Announces Appointment of New Chairman and Independent Director

Kentucky New Era 18 May 2022
He received his Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy from Sichuan University in China ... The Company is now exclusively a healthcare products and services provider, offering a broad range of healthcare products and related services and operates five private hospitals in China ... Safe Harbor Statement.
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(W.E. Talk) Zhang Yonghe: Why shouldn't the label of 'Genocide' be put on China's Xinjiang?

ECNS 18 May 2022
"Genocide does not and will never exist in China", said Zhang Yonghe, executive dean of the Human Rights Research Institute of Southwest University of Political Science and Law ... Liao Pan/China News Service) ... "As for those who are hostile to China, it is really tough to change their ideas since harboring hostility to China is their job.
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Zhang Yonghe: Why shouldn't the label of 'Genocide' be put on China's Xinjiang?

China Daily 18 May 2022
"Genocide does not and will never exist in China", said Zhang Yonghe, executive dean of the Human Rights Research Institute of Southwest University of Political Science and Law ... "As for those who are hostile to China, it is really tough to change their ideas since harboring hostility to China is their job.
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Guest commentary: Maybe it's time to resurrect the 'Tigers' to save Ukraine

The Galveston Daily News 18 May 2022
Just a few days after the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, volunteer American pilots engaged Japanese bombers in the skies over China. These American airmen — the “Flying Tigers” — served under the leadership of Chinese nationalist Chiang Kai-Shek and his American adviser Claire Chennault ... No active U.S. military personnel should be involved ... ....
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Happenings — what’s coming up in Northeast Ohio starting May 20

Cascade Business News 18 May 2022
a concert series from the city of Mentor at the Mentor Lagoons Nature Preserve & Marina, 8365 Harbor Drive, with shows running from 7 to 9 p.m., presents China Grove (Doobie Brothers tribute), June 10; Grunge DNA (1990s rock), June 24; Sumrada (party(, July 15; Wreck’n (country), July 29; Aftermath (1960s), Aug.
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California church shooting motivated by anti-Taiwanese hate, authorities say

The Telegraph India 17 May 2022
Authorities say the suspect was a Chinese immigrant who harbored grievances against Taiwan ... Orange County sheriff Don Barnes said the shooter, who he identified as a Chinese immigrant, harbored grievances against Taiwanese people ... China claims Taiwan as part of its national territory.
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Senior diplomat: Rejuvenation a certainty

China Daily 17 May 2022
Certain countries, harboring the strategic goal of containing China, have chosen to ignore China's remarkable achievements and outstanding contribution to international peace and development, Yang said. Their attempt is "to sabotage security and stability in China's periphery and undermine China's core and major interests", he added.
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ATI's net income up 6.9% to P601.9 million in Q1

The Manila Times 17 May 2022
ATI Batangas said revenues increased by 37.8 percent on account of higher RoRo volumes while Manila South Harbor's international containerized cargo operations registered a 7.8 percent revenue growth ... South Harbor's container volume was impacted by the surge in Covid cases in China during the first two months of 2022.
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Did Laguna Woods congregation’s support for Taiwan independence factor in shooting?

Orange County Register 17 May 2022
David Wenwei Chou, a 68-year-old Las Vegas resident, had notes in his car suggesting he “was upset about political tensions between China and Taiwan” and harbored “hatred of the Taiwanese people,” according to Orange County Sheriff Don Barnes ... Taiwan sits about 100 miles off China’s east coast.
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Did Laguna Woods church’s support for Taiwan independence factor in shooting?

Press Telegram 17 May 2022
David Wenwei Chou, a 68-year-old Las Vegas resident, had notes in his car suggesting he “was upset about political tensions between China and Taiwan” and harbored “hatred of the Taiwanese people,” according to Orange County Sheriff Don Barnes ... Taiwan sits about 100 miles off China’s east coast.
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Ordinary heroes an inspiration during epidemic

China Daily 17 May 2022
"The police who ensure our security, as well as the medical workers and the community workers who work diligently, they are all ordinary heroes," Liu Hongqiang, a survey respondent, told China Youth Daily, adding that although these are ordinary people, they harbor great power.
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Studying and Implementing Xi Jinping Thought on Diplomacy in a Deep-going Way and Opening up New Horizons in China's External Work

China Daily 16 May 2022
All this speaks volumes about China's resilience against economic shocks and our country's great vitality and dynamism ... Certain countries, harboring the strategic goal of containing China, have chosen to ignore China's remarkable achievements and outstanding contribution to international peace and development.
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Biden eyes new ways to bar China from scooping up US data

Korea Times 12 May 2022
China and the apps have denied any improper use of U.S ... China's BGI purchased U.S ... But so far, the department has failed to publish long-awaited rules fleshing out a safe harbor process for companies or announce the results of investigations into firms including Russia's Kaspersky and China's Alibaba, as previously reported by Reuters.

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