Protests, clashes and lack of trust: the new normal for Hong Kong

One of the worlds busiest municipals have kept growing outstandingly placid as more and more beings stay at home It was the third night in a row that Biyanca Chu’s neighbourhood, Wong Tai Sin, a working-class residential district in Hong…

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Hong Kong civil servants protest in defiance of loyalty order

Mass walkout from government offices at start of four daytimes of mass demonstrations Thousands of civil servants in Hong Kong have protested against the government in a uncommon showing of defiance as the city bracings for four consecutive days of…

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What lower Netflix pricing tells us about competing in India

At a conference in New Delhi early last year, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings was confronted with a question that his firm has been asked many times over the years. Would he consider lowering the subscription cost in India? It’s a…

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The need-to-know takeaways from VidCon 2019

VidCon, the annual summit in Anaheim, CA for social media whizs and their supporters to meet each other proceeded over 75,000 attendees over last week and this past weekend. A small subset of those where recreation and tech managers convening…

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Huawei can buy from US suppliers again but things will never be the same

U.S. President Donald Trump has sided Huawei a lifeline after he said that U.S. business are permitted to sell goods to the embattled Chinese tech firm following more than a month of uncertainty. It’s been a pretty frightful past three…

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Chinese contractors held as toll in Cambodia building collapse rises to 24

Anger stretching over poverty-stricken standards in interpretation boom that has transformed Sihanoukville into sightseer and gambling hub The death toll in a house crumble in Cambodia increased to 24 as hopes faded of find any more survivors. Two epoches after…

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Alphabet Shareholders Demand Accountability

Alphabet, Google’s mother busines, faced an onslaught of 14 independent shareholder suggestions during its annual fill on Wednesday, most criticizing the absorption of superpower in the sides of a few executives and all demanding some kind of structural change to…

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Hong Kongs Weekend of Rage Puts as Many as a Million in the Streets

HONG KONG–There is rage here. Locals streamed onto the streets on Sunday. Many stores shuttered for the afternoon with signals hung by the proprietors saying they’re out, and everyone else should be, more. First, a few hundred thousand gathered in…

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‘No way to stop it’: millions of pigs culled across Asia as swine fever spreads

Experts say region is losing the engagement to stop the biggest animal disease outbreak the planet has ever faced South-east Asia is combating to contain the spread of highly contagious African swine fever, known as” animal Ebola”, which has already…

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TikTok parent Bytedance is reportedly working on its own smartphone

It’s been a busy couple of months for Bytedance, one of the world’s most valuable startups and the operator of globally popular video app TikTok. The Beijing-based company has continued to grow its list of apps to include the likes…

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