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Killer speech by Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe
“Racism will never end if people still wear white clothes to weddings and black clothes to funerals.”
"Racism will never end as long as white cars are stil using black tyres.
Racism will never end if people still use black to symbolise bad luck and white for peace.
Racism will never end if people still wear white clothes to weddings and black clothes to funerals.
Racism will never end as long as those who don't pay their bills are blacklisted not white listed.
Even when playing snooker, you haven't won until you've sunk the black ball, and the white ball must remain on the table!
But I don't care, as long as I'm still using white toilet paper to wipe my black ass, I'm happy."
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The cure for boredom is curiosity. There is no cure for curiosity.
Former Hong Kong leader pushes mandatory, citywide Covid-19 testing
Tung Chee-hwa, Hong Kong’s first chief executive, tells SCMP’s China Conference his outlook backed by hard-earned experience during Sars epidemic.
Hong Kong slams ‘improper’ international call for return of 12 city fugitives
Open letter to Hong Kong leader says continued failure to push for transfer represents a ‘gross abdication’ of her responsibility to city residents.
Democracy fight needs rethink, says Hong Kong lawmaker
When Wu Chi-wai, chairman of Hong Kong’s largest pro-democracy party, decided to serve an extended term in the city’s legislature, he did not expect to resign two months later
Parliamentarians from 18 countries urge HK to intervene in China detention case
More than 150 parliamentarians from 18 countries have called on Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam to intervene to ensure justice for 12 people, the youngest of who is 16, who have bee...
Sentencing of 3 Hong Kong activists: Foreign Secretary's statement
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab comments on the situation in Hong Kong following the sentencing of three pro-democracy activists.
Ex-Hong Kong lawmaker asks Europe to provide 'safe haven'
A Hong Kong pro-democracy activist who is visiting Denmark urged European nations on Wednesday to allow protesters in Hong Kong "a safe haven from the terror” of China's Communi...
Hong Kong Under Fire for Shutting Schools While Others Open Up
More than a million students in Hong Kong are back at home for the third time this year as the Asian financial center fights a new wave of infection, even as governments around ...
Why is Hong Kong so superstitious?
Despite being the picture of an ultra-modern city, ancient superstitions still play an everyday role in people’s lives in Hong Kong.
Investors clamour to invest in Hong Kong airport’s perpetual bonds
The airport authority’s debt sale took the form of US-dollar perpetual debt, a first for an airport globally.
Hong Kong judge to decide if activist’s cases call for national security law appointee
District Judge Stanley Chan, himself designated to oversee security law hearings, will hear argument that Tam Tak-chi’s cases fall under the legislation.
Doctor guilty of manslaughter in beauty treatment blunder also ‘suffered greatly’
Defence counsel Peter Duncan SC says Dr Mak Wan-ling developed depression as she faced enormous stress and adverse publicity following the incident.
Hong Kong university student leader arrested during early morning house raid
Group of 20 police officers take Baptist University’s Keith Fong into custody on suspicion of obstruction of justice and possession of offensive weapons.
Regulation Virtual Asset Service Providers In The British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands And Bermuda
Charissa Ball and Yan Li
Charissa Ball and Yan Li have recently published the article “Regulation of Virtual Asset Service Providers in the British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands and Bermuda”.
China military expanding, has global ambitions: Congressional report
China’s military is rapidly expanding the ability to project power globally and in the coming decade will be capable of waging war far from the homeland, according to a major co...
The Best Loose Pants for Work or Lounging Around In
Flattering-but comfy, too.
US Expects To Vaccinate 100 Million People Against Covid By February
The push should start within weeks, when vaccines developed by Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna-NIH are expected to be approved.
Singapore becomes first country to approve lab-grown meat
Singapore has granted San Francisco start-up Eat Just Inc. regulatory approval to sell its laboratory-grown chicken in the city-state -- the world's first government to allow th...
Elon Musk warns employees Tesla's stock could 'get crushed like a soufflé under a sledgehammer'
Tesla CEO Elon Musk is telling his employees they need to cut costs or they can kiss its lofty stock price goodbye.
Grey and white living room ideas - how to pair this perfect colour combo
Grey and white living room ideas full of timeless elegance
Tech companies are seizing the market moment
The biggest tech companies strengthened their hold on the global economy during the pandemic. Now, the industry is leveraging a moment of market euphoria to gear up for what com...
Russia Says More Than 100,000 People Already Vaccinated Against COVID-19
Russia said last month that its Sputnik V jab was 92% effective at protecting people from COVID-19 according to interim results.
United Nations voted to remove marijuana for medical use from a list of the most risky narcotics
A United Nations commission voted on Wednesday to remove cannabis for medicinal purposes from a category of the world’s most dangerous drugs, a highly anticipated and long-delay...
Global Banks Reverse Back-to-Office Push in Hong Kong
Global banks in Hong Kong, from Goldman Sachs Group Inc. to Standard Chartered Plc, are urging more staff to work from home again as virus cases surge in the Asian finance hub.
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