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This has been a good month for China in its efforts to seize fugitives on the run, some of whom allegedly fled the country with large amounts of illicit funds. Beijing is now taking concrete steps to obtain the recovery of assets as well.
 
After a clean sweep of the Olympics table tennis stakes in Rio -- winning all four gold medals in the men's and women's singles and the men's and women's team events in table tennis -- China is moving forward to clinch gold medals in the Paralympics for table tennis as well, winning two team victories on Friday.
 
Reverberations from last week's election continue to be felt as the former British colony enters a new historical phase with a changed political landscape.
 
The most closely fought election in Hong Kong's history attracted a record turnout on Sunday.
 
Friday, Sept. 9, marks the 40th anniversary of the death of Mao Zedong, who led the Communist revolution to victory in 1949.
 
Of late, discussion of Hong Kong's possible independence from China has been in the air, a cause no serious politician has espoused since the former British colony returned to Chinese sovereignty in 1997. What happened?1
 
More than a month after the arbitral tribunal set up under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea decided in favor of the Philippines in its arbitration case against China on disputes in the South China Sea, both countries are looking for a way to end their impasse.
 
In America, Hillary Clinton is calling on voters to break the highest and hardest glass ceiling of all by electing a woman president of the United States. In Britain, Theresa May was catapulted into the role of prime minister to manage the thankless task of extricating the country from the European Union.
 
Last week, two Hong Kong journalists were sentenced to prison in China. The similarity of their case to that of the five disappearing/reappearing booksellers grabbed public attention since these two men, too, were accused of selling Hong Kong publications in China.
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Two weeks after the arbitral tribunal of the United Nations Convention of the Law of the Sea issued its award to the Philippines, China continues to seek to undermine the legitimacy of the tribunal, making charges bordering on the slanderous against the judges concerned.
 
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