The fact that Hong Kong is a part of China and constitutes its own legal and lawfare territory, is conveniently ignored.
Chinese technology has come of age, and while breaking the monopoly of traditional entities, it is making an invaluable contribution to the global scientific progress.
Many more countries have voiced their support for China, believing that this legislation is a just move to safeguard national sovereignty, security and development, and will help maintain stability and prosperity in Hong Kong.
Racial discrimination and its evil twin, white supremacy, have been woven into the woof and warp of the very fabric of American life starting from even before the United States’ founding and continuing to this very day.
China and Pakistan are brother countries and always stood by each other in the times of need. The long-standing ties between the two countries have been mutually beneficial.
There’s no doubt the Sino-India relationship is one of the most important for the region and the world.
Unfortunately, it appears that Trump and his supporters think that it is easier to make China an adversary rather than reckoning with America’s systemic failings, weaknesses, and vulnerabilities.
The emotional support and solidarity of Nepali people with the northern neighbor came at a time when China was being stigmatized by the United States over the outbreak of the contagion in their land.
Critics say that the government’s reluctance to impose meaningful lockdown measures sooner resulted in much unnecessary death and suffering. Naturally, Boris Johnson’s announcement to begin easing lockdown restrictions has been met with much confusion and anger.
With so many bad faith accusations levelled at China from so many sources, to say Beijing is waging a misinformation war doesn’t tell us the full story, whilst western actors are free to say what they want and receive very little scrutiny for it.
China reacted differently to the crisis than those in the West, no doubt a result of those deeply engrained Confucian values. We may have something to learn from the Chinese model of fighting threats like coronavirus, and perhaps, even something to learn from China in the art of good governance.