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- The outpouring of generosity has raised questions about the long-term effectiveness of state-driven philanthropy
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‘The impunity with which the Chinese government has been able to commit these crimes cannot persist,’ the 56-page report says.
China’s official consumer price index (CPI) rose by 1.5 per cent in October from a year earlier, while the producer price index (PPI) rose by 13.5 per cent last month.
Two schools put on notice after too few children joined them in Form One this year. Officials to discuss with principals whether it is time to introduce smaller classes, source says.
Third ‘historical resolution’ is likely to be less significant than the others and more about reaffirming Xi Jinping’s authority and policies.
Next week’s secretive gathering of the most senior party figures allows the leadership to make key policy announcements and pave the way for new laws.
Even a limited reopening between Hong Kong and Guangdong will be a relief for struggling businesses and cross-border families. Privacy concerns aside, officials should also consider the practical challenges faced by the elderly.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison faces heavy criticism for proposals that appear focused on keeping fossil fuel firms and domestic voters happy. His government relies heavily on rural farming and mining communities for votes, making aggressive climate policy unlikely.
As an addition to Hong Kong’s tourism portfolio, M+ will probably be a hit – but given travel restrictions and national security law concerns, it may not put the city on the cultural tourism map as firmly as once hoped.