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2022/03/31 | Deutsche Welle

UK Withdraws Its Judges From Hong Kong’s Top Court

Britain said keeping its judges in Hong Kong’s Court of Final Appeal would “legitimize oppression” under a controversial security law in the former colony.

2022/03/30 | Voice of America

US Congress Moves Closer to Passing Major China Legislation

The legislation provides funding for U.S.-Taiwan cultural exchanges, recognizes Taiwan as part of the Indo-Pacific strategy, and ends a prohibition of displaying the Taiwanese flag during official visits.

2022/03/28 | Deutsche Welle

Myanmar Junta Leader Vows to ‘Annihilate’ Opponents

The leader of Myanmar’s military made the threat at a parade marking Armed Forces Day. The junta ousted civilian leaders, including State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi, in February 2021.

2022/03/25 | Voice of America

Why Taiwan Came Up During Ukraine-Related Call Between Biden, China’s Xi

While the calls signal stability in Sino-U.S. ties, experts see low odds of the two countries advancing toward any stronger friendship.

2022/03/22 | Deutsche Welle

Ukraine War: Asian Nations Feel Economic Brunt of Conflict

India, Bangladesh, and Southeast Asian countries are all feeling economic strain triggered by the war. India’s edible oil market and exports are suffering, while Bangladesh-Russia trade has taken a hit due to sanctions.

2022/03/18 | East Asia Forum

Can Seoul Court Beijing’s Perception Problem?

While it might be unrealistic for Seoul to completely sever itself from Washington’s global geostrategy, Beijing and Seoul could still reach a modus vivendi on South Korea’s contribution to the U.S.-led Indo-Pacific Strategy and its future relationship with the Quad.

2022/03/16 | TNL 公司

TNL Media Group Announces the Establishment of Their First Japan Market Office and the Official Launch of The News Lens Japan, Japanese language edition

TNL Media Group, an independent digital media, martech and data analytics group announced that they have recently established their first Japan market office and officially launched their Japanese language edition for The News Lens.

2022/03/16 | Voice of America

China Says It Is ‘Not a Party’ to Ukraine Crisis

Media reports emerged that Moscow has requested military and economic assistance from China for its war in Ukraine, which China denied.

2022/03/14 | Voice of America

Chinese Premier to Step Down ahead of Leadership Change

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang compared the increasingly difficult task of managing the economy to climbing a high mountain with “less oxygen.”

2022/03/10 | Bryan Chou

Is Taiwan’s Solidarity With Ukraine Taking Root?

Since the day of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, crowds have gathered every day in front of the office of the de facto Russian embassy.

2022/03/10 | Voice of America

Tokyo Freezes Assets of Russians, Clarifying Once Ambiguous Relations With Moscow

The shift of tone since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine highlights the collapse of faith of both the Japanese government and the public that Russia will abide by international norms, analysts say.

2022/03/09 | Deutsche Welle

UN Commissioner To Travel to Xinjiang on Long-delayed China Visit

Human Rights Commissioner Michelle Bachelet has come under criticism for failing to release a report on Xinjiang commissioned more than three-and-a-half years ago. Human rights activists have been waiting for its publication for months, and called on her to release it without delay.

2022/03/07 | Deutsche Welle

Myanmar Families Divided Over Children’s Education Amid Political Turmoil

Millions of families are torn between education, safety, and loyalty to the pro-democracy movement when it comes to deciding whether to send their children back to public schools.

2022/03/03 | Voice of America

China Positions Itself as Mediator Between Russia, Ukraine

A mediation attempt would divert international attention from China’s controversial goal of unifying with Taiwan, experts say.

2022/03/01 | Global Voices

Taiwan Watches Ukraine Closely Wondering How the West Would React in Case of Chinese Invasion

Many Taiwanese are looking at the conflict between Russia and Ukraine as a warning about the country’s own precarious geopolitical situation.