A college in China has reportedly sent security guards to poison stray dogs at a nearby shelter, once again sparking discussions about the country's lack of animal protection laws.
Taiwanese drink an estimated 2.3 billion cups of coffee each year, and yet only one company is in charge of recycling them.
An international human rights organization says reports by foreign media 'will have to be approved by a censor before publication' during the three-day summit in Vientiane.
A statement by the Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office of the State Council yesterday restated that Hong Kong independence is 'a threat to China's sovereignty and security' and is 'counter to the fundamental interests of Hong Kong citizens.'
Preliminary results show pro-democracy candidates have won 19 of the 35 directly elected legislative seats. Nathan Law has become the youngest legislator in Hong Kong history.
During the prime minister's first official visit to China, Justin Trudeau plans to strengthen economic ties and bring up the case of a Canadian who has been detained since 2014.