The recent protests in Hong Kong has drawn worldwide attention to this major financial gateway between China and the West. It has also raised questions about the usefulness of cryptocurrency in protest movements.
Trichet’s comment echoes the concern shared by global central banks about the threat posed by cryptocurrencies, many of which are created with the stated mission to use anonymity to decentralise currencies, disrupt the global financial system and...
PLA Daily shows enthusiasm for blockchain after President Xi Jinping called for faster adoption of it, with the newspaper saying giving tokens for good performance could energise human resource management.
Following is a question by the Hon Chan Hak-kan and a written reply by the Secretary for Transport and Housing, Mr Frank Chan Fan, in the Legislative Council today (November 13):
Leo Weese 獅 草地The MTRC reports over 1100 cameras and 1600 turnstiles have been destroyed so far , but only 20 times have staff been harassed or 'pushed.' It's simply not true that this is a movement violent against persons.
The Internet Society and the Internet Society Hong Kong Chapter are deeply concerned about the recent interim injunction (High Court Intended Action 202/2019) ordered by the Hong Kong High Court and the effects it might have on the operation of...
In China, it’s possible to pre-book an organ transplant on a black market, raising suspicions of illegal harvesting from political prisoners.
Leo Weese 獅 草地China's organ transplant industry relies almost exclusively on executed prisoners, allowing for scheduled and even repeated transplants in case an organ is rejected by the recipients body. A kidney costs US$65k, 28% of clients are foreigners.