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FROM THE GUARDIAN
Posted on 07/10/2024

Exclusive: Australian helicopter was outside Chinese territorial waters when forced to manoeuvre to avoid fighter jet flares in ‘unsafe’ operation
An Australian helicopter was flying south-east of ’s Shandong peninsula but outside its territorial waters when a Chinese fighter aircraft released flares in its path, new documents show.
Guardian Australia can reveal that Australia’s HMAS Hobart warship was also being shadowed by a People’s Liberation Army (PLA) navy destroyer and another Chinese helicopter at the time of the 4 May standoff.

FROM BBC NEWS
Posted on 07/10/2024

FROM THE GUARDIAN
Posted on 07/10/2024

Heavy rainfall flooded streets and triggered landslides in China’s south-western municipality of Chongqing, the state broadcaster CCTV reported on Wednesday. In Kaizhou district, more than 450 people were displaced as water levels from the Nan and Puli rivers, tributaries of the Yangtze, reached 4 metres. In Badong county in Hubei province, rescuers evacuated residents from buildings and removed vehicles partly submerged in flood water

FROM THE GUARDIAN
Posted on 07/10/2024

Building bridges to Russia plays to India’s strategic interest, which is to insert itself between Beijing and Moscow
If bear-hugging a murderous autocrat is not your idea of a sensible foreign policy, then you aren’t thinking like the Indian prime minister, Narendra Modi. His fraternising with Vladimir Putin this week has included a private welcome at the latter’s sprawling estate outside Moscow, a lavish dinner and even a happy ride-around in an e-cart.
During the frivolities, Russia launched another series of airstrikes on targets in Ukraine, . But Modi would not let that derail the summit. He is playing for higher stakes. Modi knows well how to opportunistically turn someone else’s war to his advantage. His objective, after all, is to raise India’s profile – and his own – in the hope of becoming an indispensable power, one equally courted by democrats and dictators.
Sergey Radchenko is Wilson E Schmidt distinguished professor at the Henry A Kissinger Center, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies in Baltimore

FROM DOCUMENTED ON MSN
Posted on 07/10/2024

Navigating the available services and resources can be challenging for Chinese immigrant families with special needs. To assist these families, we have compiled a comprehensive guide to language ...

FROM BING
Posted on 07/10/2024

President Biden is leading former President Trump among Asian American voters, according to a new survey from Asian and Pacific Islander American Vote, AAPI Data, Asian Americans Advancing Justice and ...

FROM THE HILL
Posted on 07/10/2024

President Biden is leading former President Trump among Asian American voters, according to a new survey from Asian and Pacific Islander American Vote (APIAVote), AAPI Data, Asian Americans ...

FROM BING
Posted on 07/10/2024

DEI perpetuates racism instead of ending it, says someone who experienced it firsthand. The focus on racial identity trumps individual merit.

FROM THE GUARDIAN
Posted on 07/10/2024

Traveller stopped by customs as he sought to slip out of Hong Kong into the border city of Shenzhen
A man has been caught trying to smuggle more than 100 live snakes into mainland China by cramming them into his trousers, according to the country’s customs authority.
The unnamed traveller was stopped by customs officers as he sought to slip out of semi-autonomous Hong Kong and into the border city of Shenzhen, China Customs said in a statement on Tuesday.

FROM BING
Posted on 07/10/2024

Silver Apricot, a West Village Chinese American restaurant, started by Simone Tong and managing partner Emmeline Zhao, will close on August 11. In 2021, Eater critic Robert Sietsema declared Silver ...

FROM BING
Posted on 07/10/2024

Though the Asian American electorate leans toward Biden, a new survey shows an eight-point shift away from him since 2020.

FROM NEW YORK TIMES
Posted on 07/10/2024

China has invested billions in megaprojects across Pakistan. But a resurgence in militant violence is threatening to derail badly needed investment.

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