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A look at Western approach to national security laws
The long history of national security legislations in Western countries reveals a longstanding preoccupation that never has to justify itself.
World
21:11, 03-Jun-2020
HK National Security Law perceived positively by foreign investors
The National Security Law in Hong Kong will help the city return to political and social stability and is perceived positively by international investors, said Hong Kong's Financial Secretary Paul Chan.
Economy
21:32, 03-Jun-2020
How COVID-19-hit Wuhan proved it's now safe
Wuhan was the epicenter of COVID-19 outbreak in China. Local residents fear the city could get hit by a second wave since a small cluster of infections reemerged in mid-May. Local authority on Tuesday offered a scientific prove that the city is safe. So how did they get to the conclusion?
Health
20:22, 03-Jun-2020
Fresh graduates grapple with unemployment during COVID-19
The novel coronavirus pandemic has raised the specter of a looming unemployment crisis, and fresh graduates are facing unexpected challenges and heightened concerns about their careers.
China
07:38, 03-Jun-2020
Carrie Lam exclusive: Central govt to help HK come out of the woods
Chief Executive of China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Carrie Lam said on Tuesday that the SAR government fully supports the central government's decision to institute national security laws for the city.
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21:36, 02-Jun-2020
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Chinese President Xi Jinping recently called for building a high-quality and high-standard free trade port in south China's Hainan Province. He hailed the program an "important strategic decision" to promote innovative development of socialism with Chinese characteristics.
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2020 Two Sessions
The curtain is falling on this year's Two Sessions, the most important event on China's political calendar, after being rescheduled from March to mid-May due to COVID-19. How much will the new legislations and other policies affect Chinese people's livelihood? And why does the event matter to the international community? CGTN has everything you need to know.
This year's Two Sessions were distinct from previous ones due to the outbreak of COVID-19 and related topics have occupied most of President Xi Jinping's panel discussions with legislators and political advisers. Topics have included China's fight against the virus, the current economic situation, the resumption of work and production in Hubei Province.
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14:28, 28-May-2020
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Thursday took questions on the economy, COVID-19. HKSAR and China-U.S. relations in a press conference at the end of the 2020 Two Sessions.
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20:23, 28-May-2020
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Hong Kong
Safeguarding national security is the core interest of any government – the Central Government and the Hong Kong SAR Government are no exceptions. Unfortunately, Western powers are so obsessed with advocating their own visions of "freedom" and "democracy" they ignore the realities. Violence and social unrest have dragged on for months in Hong Kong, clearly showing the law loophole must be fixed for the safety and prosperity of all Chinese people.
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18:32, 01-Jun-2020
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Rare look into Xinjiang
It's difficult to know the precise moment that a radical idea turns into an extreme thought, but we do know that the aftermath of terror results in the loss of precious lives and the reign of debilitating fear. China's westernmost region of Xinjiang has seen a proliferation of these tragedies in the past years, turning local communities into sites of sorrow. Their stories of resilience, however, wait to be told.
"I had never imagined I would work outside and earn money to support my children." Before Mehsudan turned 27, her life was defined by all kinds of "hoods" – daughterhood, wifehood and motherhood. Her self-worth derived from the well being of her family; beyond that, she felt like a "persona non-grata."
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18:38, 24-May-2020
CGTN's Zeng Ziyi recently talked to Ajit Singh, a journalist and contributor at The Greyzone, about what he learned from reporting on Xinjiang, the role of western media, as well as what he calls the U.S.' new "Cold War" with China.
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