The bizarre thing about Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s extra two days waiting in Delhi after the G20 for a plane to bring him home was that the Indian media were writing about it.
With the current geopolitical challenges between China and the United States, as well as the ongoing supply chain issues affecting manufacturers and consumers, there’s been much talk about moving global manufacturing out of China.
China violated international laws and standards with its surveillance balloon
“Our COVID-19 policy is the most scientifically effective, the most economical, and yields the best result,” insisted China’s People’s Daily newspaper after mass public protests against Beijing’s “zero COVID” policy last weekend.
In the Chinese Communist Party’s 20th National Congress, which begins in Beijing on Sunday, President Xi Jinping is expected to be confirmed as president-for-life.
The Bank of Canada announced Wednesday it was hiking its key lending rate by 75 basis points to 3 1/4 per cent for both the overnight and deposit rates.
A Stratford filmmaker’s documentary on the legacy of Canadian doctor and battlefield surgeon Norman Bethune in China, Footsteps of Bethune, recently took home the Best Director award from the Canada China International Film Festival in Montreal.
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Almost a month in, China is still being extremely coy about the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
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