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  1. oh damn 50 cases today, not really how we should be heading into the long weekend.
  2. Around 260 Chinese fishing vessels off the protected zone of Galapagos Islands, Ecuador on alert When will the world leaders wake up and hold the &^@#en CCP accountable for their actions? This country has no regards for human rights, animals or the environment. They better not &^@# up the ecosystem around the Galapagos Islands.
  3. Canada suspends extradition treaty with Hong Kong over new security law Good, hope more countries do too. Edit: Beaten by the bell up top
  4. https://www.cbc.ca/news/world/north-south-korea-tensions-1.5613637 North Korea blows up liaison office, says it will cut off communications with the South things not going too well between North and South Korea either.
  5. 31st anniversary of Tiananmen Square Massacre. Never forget. Here is a 13min clip of unshown footage that Canadian reporter Arthur Kent released last year.) I hope today next year, HongKongers will still be allowed to talk freely and have the annual vigil.
  6. I wonder what extra measures YVR will take when curve is flattened and travel is open again.
  7. This is HK today, a 23-year-old female university student was sentenced for three-month imprisonment for possessing a 90cm long hose. On the same day, a 22-year-old female relative of a police officer, who was involved in the trafficking of 3 kilograms of dangerous drug Ketamine, got her case dismissed by the Department of Justice and released in court.
  8. Maybe we can adopt some of the Japanese system for the kids to do this. https://life.shared.com/tradition-japanese-schools-students-do-much-cleaning-called-o-soji-within-the-premises That is until a parent claims child labor
  9. First day back to school for students in South Korea.
  10. What a joke. Guess they care more about offending the CCP than the wellbeing of the world Bruce Aylward, Senior Advisor to Director General of WHO, was interviewed by RTHK. When he is asked about reconsidering Taiwan’s membership considering its good performance in tackling COVID-19, Aylward refuses to answer and hung up.