Tuesday, October 4, 2022



Rishi Sunak promises to ban all 30 China’s Confucius Institutes in Britain, terms Beijing as the “largest threat” to the UK

Rishi Sunak shared a series of measures he plans to take against China should he becomes the Britain PM.

Beijing concerned over attacks on Chinese nationals in Pakistan, requests action by Pak Army chief Qamar Bajwa in high-level meet: Reports

A tri-service military group from Pakistan visited China to meet senior military and government officials from Beijing.

Indian envoy to boycott the opening and closing ceremony of Beijing Winter Olympics, Doordarshan to not telecast it live either

MEA also said that the India has taken the issue of the torture of Arunachal Pradesh boy who was taken in custody by the Chinese side earlier in January.

Local Chinese media claims two Omicron cases found in China’s Tianjin

Notably, Tianjin is only 115 KM away from Beijing, the host city for Winter Olympics scheduled for February 2022.

Australia announces diplomatic boycott of Winter Olympics in Beijing over human rights abuses in China

The 24th Winter Olympics will take place from February 4 to 20 next year in Beijing in China under the shadow of Covid 19 pandemics.

UK: University grants 80,000 pounds of public money for ‘research’ that will defend China and criticise MPs who spoke against Beijing

Sir Iain Duncan Smith, a Tory MP and IPAC member has stated that the process of the grant should be investigated.

Biden administration to boycott 2022 Beijing Olympics over human rights abuses, reports suggest

Earlier this month, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken had stated that Washington and its allies are in "active conversations" about how to approach the Beijing Olympics.

Manipur ambush: China’s role suspected behind brutal murder of 7, including Commanding Officer’s wife and son

Many top Army officers are of the opinion that the Manipur Ambush had been carried out at the behest of China.

Diplomatic row between China and Sri Lanka escalates as Colombo rejects Chinese shipment of contaminated fertilisers

Sri Lanka had recently rejected a batch of fertilisers sent from China saying the shipment was contaminated with microbes

Yahoo pulls out of China citing ‘challenging’ environment, soon after new data protection law came into effect

Yahoo’s departure from coincides with the implementation of a new data privacy law that grants sweeping authority to officials to access personal information collected by tech firms.

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