1. Justin Trudeau hits back at China after threat to Canadians in Hong Kong  The Guardian
  2. Trudeau says Canada will not be cowed by China on human rights  Al Jazeera English
  3. In Hong Kong, Communist Party Officials Stride Out of the Shadows  The New York Times
  4. GOLDSTEIN: China's 'basic dictatorship' threatens Canadians in Hong Kong  Toronto Sun
  5. Hong Kong Americans are voting for Trump — even though they don’t share most of his values  The Independent
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Prime minister says Canada will ‘stand up loudly’ for human rights after China’s ambassador against welcoming Hong Kong pro-democracy activistsPrime minister says Canada will ‘stand up loudly’ for human rights after China’s ambassador against welcoming Hong Kong pro-democracy activists

Justin Trudeau hits back at China after threat to Canadians in Hong Kong | Canada | The Guardian

Canadian PM defiant after China’s ambassador to Ottawa, Cong Peiwu, warned against the granting asylum to HK activists.Canadian PM defiant after China’s ambassador to Ottawa, Cong Peiwu, warned against the granting asylum to HK activists.

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"Grandma Wong" says she was detained by mainland police and forced to renounce her activism."Grandma Wong" says she was detained by mainland police and forced to renounce her activism.

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“We will stand up loudly and clearly for human rights all around the world,” the prime minister said.“We will stand up loudly and clearly for human rights all around the world,” the prime minister said.

Trudeau: Canada Will Keep Calling Out China For 'Coercive Diplomacy' | HuffPost Canada

Now that China’s thug dictators are threatening the 300,000 Canadians living in Hong Kong if Canada grants fleeing pro-democracy demonstrators there political…

GOLDSTEIN: China's 'basic dictatorship' threatens Canadians in Hong Kong | Toronto Sun

GOLDSTEIN: China's 'basic dictatorship' threatens Canadians in Hong Kong | Toronto Sun

Many Asian Americans are willing to cast a ballot for the controversial Republican president because of his ‘tough on China’ stance — and pro-democracy publications in Hong Kong have endorsed his re-electionMany Asian Americans are willing to cast a ballot for the controversial Republican president because of his ‘tough on China’ stance — and pro-democracy publications in Hong Kong have endorsed his re-election

Hong Kong Americans are voting for Trump — even though they don’t share most of his values | The Independent

They should explain how the United States, Canada and Britain are playing politics with the city by fast-tracking people applying as refugees when there are millions around the world who face genuine life-threatening situations and need shelter.They should explain how the United States, Canada and Britain are playing politics with the city by fast-tracking people applying as refugees when there are millions around the world who face genuine life-threatening situations and need shelter.

It is worthwhile for Canada to divorce itself from the standard narratives promoted by the Trump-Pompeo duo and focus on issues which are putting the otherwise strong relationship into jeopardy.

Nothing coercive about China's Canadian diplomacy - CGTN

Rest of World News: OTTAWA: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Friday his government will not stop standing up for human rights in China.Rest of World News: OTTAWA: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Friday his government will not stop standing up for human rights in China.

Justin Trudeau: Canada won't stop calling for human rights in China | World News - Times of India

An elderly woman who disappeared midway through Hong Kong’s democracy protests last year resurfaced in the financial hub on Saturday after 14 months away, saying she had been detained on the Chinese mainland. Alexandra Wong said she was forced to renounce her activism in writing, record a video statement saying she was not tortured, and […]

'I was afraid I would die': Hong Kong activist 'Grandma Wong' says she was held 14 months in China | Hong Kong Free Press HKFP

Comments by China's envoy to Canada further worsen relations between two nations.The Canadian government reaffirmed it would rally with its international allies against the human rights abuses worldwide after the Chinese ambassador to Canada sent out a veiled threat, attempting to stop the country from accepting more Hong Kong asylum seekers.Comments by China's envoy to Canada further worsen relations between two nations.The Canadian government reaffirmed it would rally with its international allies against the human rights abuses worldwide after the Chinese ambassador to Canada sent out a veiled threat, attempting to stop the country from accepting more Hong Kong asylum seekers.

Canada determined to counter China's 'coercive diplomacy' | Taiwan News

Chinese ambassador Cong Peiwu tells Ottawa not to grant political asylum to fleeing Hong Kong protesters.Chinese ambassador Cong Peiwu tells Ottawa not to grant political asylum to fleeing Hong Kong protesters.

China Warns Canada Over 'Health And Safety' of Its Nationals in Hong Kong

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday said he will continue to stand up against China's "coercive diplomacy" and human rights abuses in Hong Kong and Xinjiang after being rebuked by Beijing for similar comments earlier this week.Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday said he will continue to stand up against China's "coercive diplomacy" and human rights abuses in Hong Kong and Xinjiang after being rebuked by Beijing for similar comments earlier this week.

Canada will continue to stand up against Chinese human rights abuses, PM Trudeau says | Reuters

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday said he will continue to stand up against China's "coercive diplomacy" and human rights abuses in Hong Kong and Xinjiang after being rebuked by Beijing for similar comments earlier this week.Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday said he will continue to stand up against China's "coercive diplomacy" and human rights abuses in Hong Kong and Xinjiang after being rebuked by Beijing for similar comments earlier this week.

Canada will continue to stand up against Chinese human rights abuses, PM Trudeau says | Article [AMP] | Reuters

The growing power and profile of the Chinese government’s liaison office has brought the party’s playbook into the open.The growing power and profile of the Chinese government’s liaison office has brought the party’s playbook into the open.

Beijing's envoy warned that giving asylum to Hong Kong protesters could put Canadian lives in danger.Beijing's envoy warned that giving asylum to Hong Kong protesters could put Canadian lives in danger.

Trudeau calls China's Hong Kong diplomacy 'coercive'

In a conference call with reporters, China's Ambassador to Canada was obliged to resort to all manner of calculated phraseology to justify his country’s…

John Ivison: No amount of smooth diplomatic phrases can mask China's bullying | National Post

John Ivison: No amount of smooth diplomatic phrases can mask China's bullying | National Post

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says his government will not stop standing up for human rights in China — or calling out Beijing for its coercive approach to diplomacy.Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says his government will not stop standing up for human rights in China — or calling out Beijing for its coercive approach to diplomacy.

PM Trudeau says Canada won't stop calling out China for 'coercive diplomacy' - Canada News - Castanet.net

The war of words between China and Canada has escalated this week, The tension between the two was ignited by the 2018 detention in Vancouver of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou on a U.S. extradition request, and subsequent arrest and imprisonment of two Canadians in China on alleged espionage charges. This week Canada's ambassador to the…The war of words between China and Canada has escalated this week, The tension between the two was ignited by the 2018 detention in Vancouver of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou on a U.S. extradition request, and subsequent arrest and imprisonment of two Canadians in China on alleged espionage charges

China fires back at Canada- again – RCI | English

The Chinese ambassador to Canada warned the Trudeau government on Thursday not to grant asylum to Hong Kong residents fleeing a widely criticized national security law imposed by BeijingThe Chinese ambassador to Canada warned the Trudeau government on Thursday not to grant asylum to Hong Kong residents fleeing a widely criticized national security law imposed by Beijing

China envoy warns Canada against granting protesters asylum - The Washington Post

A top Chinese diplomat warned Canada Thursday against granting asylum to Hong Kong democracy protesters, adding that doing so could jeopardize the "healthA top Chinese diplomat warned Canada Thursday against granting asylum to Hong Kong democracy protesters, adding that doing so could jeopardize the “health and safety” of Canadians livin…

China tells Canada not to give Hong Kongers haven - Asia Times

Canada will continue to defend human rights in China, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pledged Friday, after a top Chinese diplomat warned Ottawa against welcoming Hong Kong pro-democracy activists.Canada will continue to defend human rights in China, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pledged Friday, after a top Chinese diplomat warned Ottawa against welcoming Hong Kong pro-democracy activists.

Trudeau: Canada will not be cowed by China on human rights

Taipei, Oct. 17 (CNA) A 25-year-old man suspected of throwing a bucket of chicken excrement at a local diner that offers work opportunities to young Hong Kongers seeking shelter in Taiwan was arrested early Saturday morning, police said.Taipei, Oct. 17 (CNA) A 25-year-old man suspected of throwing a bucket of chicken excrement at a local diner that offers work opportunities to young Hong Kongers seeking shelter in Taiwan was arrested early Saturday morning, police said.

Suspect in feces attack at restaurant helping Hong Kongers arrested - Focus Taiwan

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Hong Kong protester Alexandra Wong Fung-yiu told local media that she was put under house arrest over the border in Shenzhen since August la...Hong Kong protester Alexandra Wong Fung-yiu told local media that she was put under house arrest over the border in Shenzhen since August last year.Wong, 63, known for waving a British flag during pro...

Protester "Grandma Wong” was under house confinement in Mainland, she says | The Standard

Chinese Ambassador to Canada Cong Peiwu branded pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong as violent criminals and says if Canada grants them asylum that amounts to interference in China's internal affairs.Chinese Ambassador to Canada Cong Peiwu branded pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong as violent criminals and says if Canada grants them asylum that amounts to interference in China's internal affairs.

China warns Canada to not grant asylum to Hong Kong protesters - National | Globalnews.ca

China's Ambassador to Canada Cong Peiwu is denying that his country is engaged in 'coercive diplomacy' as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has suggested, but says that releasing Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou would 'simply' help bilateral relations. China's Ambassador to Canada Cong Peiwu is denying that his country is engaged in 'coercive diplomacy' as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has suggested, but says that releasing Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou would 'simply' help bilateral relations.

Chinese ambassador denies 'coercive diplomacy' but says releasing Meng would help | CTV News

Canada will continue to defend human rights in China, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said after a top Chinese diplomat warned Ottawa against welcoming Hong Kong activists.Canada will continue to defend human rights in China, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said after a top Chinese diplomat warned Ottawa against welcoming Hong Kong activists.

Justin Trudeau hits back, says Canada will not be cowed by China on human rights | News24

HONG KONG, Oct 17 — A Hong Kong protester dubbed “Grandma Wong” said today that Chinese authorities kept her in custody for a month and a half across the border in Shenzhen, where she allegedly suffered mental abuse, and then prevented from coming back for over a year. Grey-haired and...HONG KONG, Oct 17 — A Hong Kong protester dubbed “Grandma Wong” said today that Chinese authorities kept her in custody for a month and a half across the border in Shenzhen, where she allegedly suffered mental abuse, and then prevented from coming back for over a year. Grey-haired and...

HK activist Grandma Wong says kept back in Shenzhen for 14 months | World | Malay Mail

Taipei, Oct. 16 (CNA) Taiwan's defense minister called on Beijing on Friday to respect international aviation rules and refrain from undermining the international aviation order after an incident close to the Hong Kong Flight Information Region (FIR) a day earlier.Taipei, Oct. 16 (CNA) Taiwan's defense minister called on Beijing on Friday to respect international aviation rules and refrain from undermining the international aviation order after an incident close to the Hong Kong Flight Information Region (FIR) a day earlier.

China urged to respect rules after denying entry of Taiwan plane - Focus Taiwan

A Hong Kong protester dubbed "Grandma Wong" says Chinese authorities kept her in custody for six weeks across the border in Shenzhen where she allegedly suffe...A Hong Kong protester dubbed "Grandma Wong" says Chinese authorities kept her in custody for six weeks across the border in Shenzhen where she allegedly suffe...

HK 'grandma' activist held for 14 months | Yass Tribune | Yass, NSW

The Chinese ambassador to Canada warned Ottawa against granting asylum to Hong Kong residents fleeing the situation.The Chinese ambassador to Canada warned Ottawa against granting asylum to Hong Kong residents fleeing the situation.

Canadian PM says he won't stop calling for human rights in China | 1 NEWS | TVNZ

Other universities must follow suit.Other universities must follow suit.

Oxford is letting students submit their work anonymously to protect them from China’s security law

Other universities must follow suit.Other universities must follow suit.

Oxford is letting students submit their work anonymously to protect them from China’s security law

Chinese Ambassador to Canada, Cong Peiwu, in a video press conference from the Chinese Embassy in Ottawa, on Thursday said, we strongly urge the Canadian side not (to) grant so-called political asylum to those violent criminals in Hong Kong because it is the interference in China's domestic affairs. And certainly, it will embolden those violent criminals.Chinese Ambassador to Canada, Cong Peiwu, in a video press conference from the Chinese Embassy in Ottawa, on Thursday said, we strongly urge the Canadian side not (to) grant so-called political asylum to those violent criminals in Hong Kong because it is the interference in China's domestic affairs. And certainly, it will embolden those violent criminals.

China Justifies Its Envoy's Warning to Canada to Not to Grant Asylum to Hong Kong Nationals

HONG KONG, Oct 17 (China Daily/ANN): Hong Kong reported 17 Covid-19 (coronavirus) cases on Saturday, the biggest daily increase since Oct 8, pushing the tally in the city to 5,237.HONG KONG, Oct 17 (China Daily/ANN): Hong Kong reported 17 Covid-19 (coronavirus) cases on Saturday, the biggest daily increase since Oct 8, pushing the tally in the city to 5,237.

Hong Kong reports 17 new Covid-19 cases, all imported - 5,237 in total | The Star

China has warned Canada against granting asylum to Hong Kong activists, adding that it could jeopardise the “health and safety” of Canadians living in HKSAR.China has warned Canada against granting asylum to Hong Kong activists, adding that it could jeopardise the “health and safety” of Canadians living in HKSAR.

China warns Canada against granting asylum to Hong Kong activists, gets strong response - Republic World

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Cong Peiwu labelled the protesters 'violent criminals' and that Canada choosing to protect them amounted to 'domestic interference'Cong Peiwu labelled the protesters 'violent criminals' and that Canada choosing to protect them amounted to 'domestic interference'

Chinese diplomat warns Canada against granting asylum to Hong Kong democracy protesters

The Chinese ambassador to Ottawa has warned the Canadian government against accepting future refugees from Hong Kong, calling those from the city seeking asylum abroad “violent criminals.” The ambassador also suggested that the granting of further asylum to fugitives could endanger the “good health and safety” of Canadian passport holders and Canadian businesses currently in […]

'Health and safety' of Canadians in Hong Kong jeopardised by Ottawa's acceptance of Hong Kong refugees, says Chinese envoy | Hong Kong Free Press HKFP

Ambassador Cong Peiwu said that if Ottawa cares about the 3,00,000 Canadians in Hong Kong, it should support the government’s ‘efforts to fight violent crimes’ Ambassador Cong Peiwu said that if Ottawa cares about the 3,00,000 Canadians in Hong Kong, it should support the government’s ‘efforts to fight violent crimes’

Chinese envoy warns Canada against granting asylum to pro-democracy protestors from Hong Kong - World News , Firstpost

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China lashed out at Canada after Justin Trudeau said the northern nation would stand up to Beijing’s “coercive diplomacy.”

Trudeau riles China 50 years after his father established ties - BNN Bloomberg