MOFA thanks UK PM Johnson for supporting Taiwan

U.K. support of Taiwan stated by Prime Minister Boris Johnson is sincerely appreciated by the government and people, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Jan. 27.   Chinese military flights taking place near Taiwan are not conducive to peace and stability in the region, Johnson said during Question Time in the House of Commons … Continue reading “MOFA thanks UK PM Johnson for supporting Taiwan”

Tongans share stories of how they survived the volcano eruption and tsunami

It was world’s strongest volcanic explosion in over 30 yearsOriginally published on Global VoicesAn area of Tonga that shows the heavy ash fall from the recent volcanic eruption within the Tongan Islands. Source: Wikipedia. Photo by NZ Defence Force, (CC BY 4.0) The Hunga-Tonga-Hunga-Ha’apai underwater volcano erupted on January 15 spewing ash into the atmosphere … Continue reading “Tongans share stories of how they survived the volcano eruption and tsunami”

Pour Eric Zemmour, les délinquants en France sont des «immigrés ou des enfants de l’immigration»

Invité de l’émission Bonjour chez vous sur Public Sénat le 26 janvier, Eric Zemmour a assuré qu’il n’y aurait «quasiment plus» de délinquance avec une politique d’«immigration zéro», car selon lui, les délinquants de France sont pour la plupart des «immigrés ou des enfants de l’immigration». «L’immigration, c’est la mère de toutes les batailles. C’est pour ça que … Continue reading “Pour Eric Zemmour, les délinquants en France sont des «immigrés ou des enfants de l’immigration»”

China sends second-largest incursion of warplanes into Taiwan defence zone

China sent 39 warplanes — mostly fighter jets — into Taiwan’s air defence zone on Sunday, the island’s government said, in the second-largest daily incursion on record. Taiwan lives under the constant threat of invasion by China, which sees the self-ruled, democratic island as part of its territory to eventually be reclaimed, by force if … Continue reading “China sends second-largest incursion of warplanes into Taiwan defence zone”

Fiction in the time of climate chaos

The giant wave is coming, folks—but not on the big screen. In this all-climate art panel episode of Art for the End Times, Lyta sits down with journalists and podcasters Mary Annaïse Heglar and Amy Westervelt, as well as climate fiction writer Sim Kern, to discuss the climate change allegory blockbuster Don’t Look Up, the … Continue reading “Fiction in the time of climate chaos”

Doctor Innovates Cell Therapy in India; Seeks to Make Vision Restoration 80% Cheaper

For Dr Jogin Desai, CEO and co-founder of Eyestem, a leading Indian cell therapy company, a meeting in 2015 with ophthalmologist Dr Rajani Battu for a medical appointment changed everything. Following the appointment, she introduced him to patients diagnosed with degenerative diseases of the eye and the terrible suffering they have to endure. It was … Continue reading “Doctor Innovates Cell Therapy in India; Seeks to Make Vision Restoration 80% Cheaper”

Foreign Minister Wu gives ASPI interview

Taiwan is deepening economic and security relations with fellow forces for good such as Australia while contributing more to the international community, according to Foreign Minister Jaushieh Joseph Wu. The country is faced with increasing pressure from China, Wu said. This includes around 1,000 sorties by warplanes last year and ongoing efforts to block Taiwan’s … Continue reading “Foreign Minister Wu gives ASPI interview”

« Je n’y croyais pas, mais les résultats de l’Ivermectine m’ont surpris » Dr Flavio Cadegiani

Médecin endocrinologue brésilien, le docteur Flavio Cadegiani, avec huit co-auteurs, vient de publier une étude revue par les pairs portant sur plus de 150 000 personnes, concernant l’efficacité du traitement précoce Ivermectine. « Avant la publication de l’étude, j’étais très réservé sur l’efficacité de l’Ivermectine dans le cadre du traitement contre la Covid-19 », nous avoue-t-il … Continue reading “« Je n’y croyais pas, mais les résultats de l’Ivermectine
m’ont surpris » Dr Flavio Cadegiani”

DGE sees Taiwan breaking the glass ceiling

Taiwan recorded the decade’s highest rate of female participation in the workforce among women aged 45-64 years — 52.3 percent in 2020, according to the Cabinet-level Department of Gender Equality Jan. 22.   In a statement, the DGE said the overall percentage of women in workplaces increased by 1.5 percent point to 51.4 percent from … Continue reading “DGE sees Taiwan breaking the glass ceiling”

MOC announces 3 winners of National Cultural Award

Taiwan’s highest creative prize, the National Cultural Award, was granted to poet Li Min-yung, conductor Lu Shao-chia and lacquer artist Wang Ching-shuang, according to the Ministry of Culture Jan. 18.   Li, who cut his teeth in poetry circles in the late 1960s and later stepped into fiction, essays, literary reviews and translations, was awarded … Continue reading “MOC announces 3 winners of National Cultural Award”

Greffe d’un cœur de porc chez un patient : ce que pourraient changer les xénotransplantations

Un chirurgien de l’école de médecine de l’université du Maryland, à Baltimore (États-Unis), présente le cœur génétiquement modifié qui sera greffé à David Bennett. École de médecine de l’université du MarylandLe 10 janvier 2022, un communiqué de presse de l’École de médecine de l’Université du Maryland (États-Unis) annonçait qu’un patient avait été opéré trois jours plus … Continue reading “Greffe d’un cœur de porc chez un patient : ce que pourraient changer les xénotransplantations”

Des neutrinos détectés au grand collisionneur du CERN

Le détecteur FASER installé dans un des tunnels (en haut à gauche) du LHC. © Maximilien Brice/CERN, CC BYLe nouveau détecteur FASER vient de publier ses premiers résultats : il a détecté des signaux de neutrinos dans des conditions d’énergie encore jamais atteintes en laboratoire. Cela s’est produit au LHC (Large Hadron Collider), le titanesque complexe … Continue reading “Des neutrinos détectés au grand collisionneur du CERN”

Japon : un séisme de magnitude 6,6 a eu lieu au sud-ouest du pays

Neuf personnes ont été blessées lors d’un tremblement de terre d’une magnitude de 6,6 au sud-ouest du Japon. Selon l’Agence météorologique japonaise (JMA), un séisme de magnitude 6,6 a été enregistré à 01h08 heure locale et à une profondeur de 45 kilomètres dans la mer Hyuga-nada au large de la région de Kyushu. Lors du … Continue reading “Japon : un séisme de magnitude 6,6 a eu lieu au sud-ouest du pays”

Une épidémie… de mensonges (ou les informations-bidon du Covid)

Ne boudons pas notre plaisir : les temps deviennent de plus en plus rudes pour ceux qui nous gouvernent. Leur acharnement à faire illusion ressemble à un chant du cygne et l’on voit mal comment la déferlante actuelle d’informations contraires pourrait se briser indéfiniment sur les digues (massives il est vrai) de leur dénégations forcenées. … Continue reading “Une épidémie… de mensonges (ou les informations-bidon du
Covid)”

Why Did So Many Doctors Become Nazis?

This essay is written from the point of view of a physician, medical educator, and bioethicist who sees the deplorable fact of physician involvement in the Shoah as an opportunity to highlight enduring moral lessons for the medical professions. Medicine and law are intimately connected to one another, and, since the professionalization of medicine in … Continue reading “Why Did So Many Doctors Become Nazis?”

Biden Officials Talking to Qatar About Supplying Gas to Europe

Editor’s note: In other news: The US evacuating Embassy families from Ukraine. Biden administration officials have been talking with Qatar about possibly supplying Europe with liquefied natural gas if a Russian invasion of Ukraine leads to shortages, according to people familiar with the matter. President Joe Biden plans to ask the Persian Gulf nation’s emir, … Continue reading “Biden Officials Talking to Qatar About Supplying Gas to Europe”

Do the Globalists’ Plans for the Next Stage of Population Reduction Include Deploying Nuclear Weapons?

Comments by Brian ShilhavyEditor, Health Impact News An article written by William J. Astore, a retired lieutenant colonel (USAF) and professor of history, has been published in several places titled “Only Fools Replay Doomsday.” I had to click through several sites where it appeared to find the original source, which seems to be here. I … Continue reading “Do the Globalists’ Plans for the Next Stage of Population Reduction Include Deploying Nuclear Weapons?”

(Vidéo) Dr Martine Gardénal: «Une étude belge montre une perte de puissance de 40% chez les sportifs vaccinés. On perd la moitié des résultats!»

Sur Ligne Droite, la nouvelle matinale de Radio Courtoisie, Clémence Houdiakova a reçu Martine Gardénal, ancienne médecin de l’équipe de France Olympique qui a proposé une analyse effrayante sur les conséquences du vaccin sur les sportifs de haut-niveau. Elle a notamment évoqué les performances plus que modestes à l’occasion des Jeux Olympiques au Japon. Elle … Continue reading “(Vidéo) Dr Martine Gardénal: «Une étude belge montre une perte de puissance de 40% chez les sportifs vaccinés. On perd la moitié des résultats!»”

UN declares healthy environment a human right—now what?

This past fall, the United Nations Human Rights Council declared a clean, healthy, and sustainable environment to be a human right. (The US does not currently have a seat on the Council, and China, India, Japan and the Russian Federation all abstained from the vote.) Moreover, through a second Council resolution, the post of Special … Continue reading “UN declares healthy environment a human right—now what?”

Tsunami aux îles Tonga après l’éruption d’un volcan, les Etats-Unis, le Chili et le Japon en alerte

Les habitants des îles Tonga fuyaient ce 15 janvier vers les hauteurs pour échapper au tsunami provoqué par une spectaculaire éruption du volcan Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai. Celui-ci se trouve sur une des îles inhabitées des Tongas, à environ 65 km de la capitale du pays Nuku’alofa, où l’éruption du 14 janvier a provoqué un tsunami de 1,20 m, selon le bureau … Continue reading “Tsunami aux îles Tonga après l’éruption d’un volcan, les Etats-Unis, le Chili et le Japon en alerte”

Excitement, misgivings over Japan’s newest bullet train

Only 66 km of track will be in service, with just three stationsOriginally published on Global VoicesMap of Kyushu’s JR rail network from 2017. The new West Kyushu shinkansen route, which partially links the western city of Nagasaki with the rest of island’s high-speed rail network, is not pictured. Photo by Nevin Thompson. Image license: … Continue reading “Excitement, misgivings over Japan’s newest bullet train”

« L’euro est un instrument de la lutte du capital contre les peuples » par Frédéric Farah

Depuis 20 ans, l’euro circule dans nos poches. Mais fait-il notre bonheur ? Pour l’économiste Frédéric Farah, la monnaie unique fait office d’instrument au service du capital contre le travail, du fait qu’il impose aux États membres de faire pression sur les salaires et de casser les protections sociales, ainsi qu’on en mesure les effets avec … Continue reading “« L’euro est un instrument de la lutte du capital contre les peuples » par Frédéric Farah”

Engineer Quits Job To Preserve Nagaland’s Delicacies In Pickles, Sells To 14 Countries

What is a qualified engineer in Bengaluru doing taking the spicy flavours of Nagaland to the rest of India, as well as the world? Building a thriving pickle business is what. With his venture The Rumbling Spoons, 31-year-old Nitu Viluo has even reached the union territories of Andaman and Nicobar Islands and Port Blair, along … Continue reading “Engineer Quits Job To Preserve Nagaland’s Delicacies In Pickles, Sells To 14 Countries”

Tribune. Solidarité avec le soulèvement au Kazakhstan

Nous republions une tribune internationale en soutien aux manifestations au Kazakhstan rédigée par Paul Murphy, député de Solidarity en Irlande, et signée par des militants de nombreux pays. Nous, socialistes, syndicalistes, militants pour les droits de l’Homme, militants anti-militaristes et organisations, avons vu le soulèvement au Kazakhstan depuis le 2 janvier 2022 avec un sentiment … Continue reading “Tribune. Solidarité avec le soulèvement au Kazakhstan”

Japan Risks Turning into NATO Staging Ground Akin to Ukraine

All Global Research articles can be read in 51 languages by activating the “Translate Website” drop down menu on the top banner of our home page (Desktop version). To receive Global Research’s Daily Newsletter (selected articles), click here. Visit … The post Japan Risks Turning into NATO Staging Ground Akin to Ukraine appeared first on Global Research.

US-Japan Joint Operation Plan: Nansei Island Chain “Attack Base” Will Roil China, Russia

All Global Research articles can be read in 51 languages by activating the “Translate Website” drop down menu on the top banner of our home page (Desktop version). To receive Global Research’s Daily Newsletter (selected articles), click here. Visit … The post US-Japan Joint Operation Plan: Nansei Island Chain “Attack Base” Will Roil China, Russia appeared first on … Continue reading “US-Japan Joint Operation Plan: Nansei Island Chain “Attack Base” Will Roil China, Russia”

Homegrown troupes sparkle at contemporary dance festival in New York

Two Taiwan art troupes are showcasing the country’s rich creative performance pedigree Jan. 14-15 at the Contemporary Dance Festival: Japan + East Asia in New York, spotlighting the vibrancy of the nation’s performing arts landscape, according to the Ministry of Culture.   Co-staged by the Taipei Cultural Center in New York under the MOC and … Continue reading “Homegrown troupes sparkle at contemporary dance festival in New York”

Taiwan moves up to 32nd in Henley Passport Index

Taiwan moved up two spots to 32nd in the Henley Passport Index released Jan. 11 by London-headquartered citizenship and residency advisory firm Henley and Partners.   ROC (Taiwan) passport holders enjoy visa-free or visa-on-arrival access to 145 countries and territories. This year’s HPI, based on data from Montreal-based International Air Transport Association, compared visa-free access … Continue reading “Taiwan moves up to 32nd in Henley Passport Index”

We Need to Introduce the Term “Freedom Shitholes”

A few years ago Trump got himself in hot water by styling a number of very underdeveloped countries as “shitholes”. However, being poor is not a crime. It just means that you’re largely rural and that your cities, such as they are, have poor to non-existent infrastructure. But I think that we should seriously consider … Continue reading “We Need to Introduce the Term “Freedom Shitholes””

Démographie : plus dure sera la chute

Chaque semaine, Courrier international explique ses choix éditoriaux et les débats qu’ils suscitent parfois au sein de la rédaction. Dans ce numéro, nous avons construit notre dossier autour d’un long article du Nikkei Asia qui s’inquiète de la décroissance annoncée de la population mondiale dès 2050. Retraites, système de protection sociale, immigration, modèles économiques : du Japon … Continue reading “Démographie : plus dure sera la chute”

Taiwan-Japan Economic and Trade Conference gets underway

The 45th Taiwan-Japan Economic and Trade Conference kicked off Jan. 11, underscoring the commitment of both sides to further strengthening robust relations, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.   Chiou I-jen, chairperson of the Taiwan-Japan Relations Association, said during his opening remarks that the virtual conference is particularly significant as the two sides continue … Continue reading “Taiwan-Japan Economic and Trade Conference gets underway”

You Are Getting the Yakuza Treatment

Sentencing someone for merely being a member of some organization, for example, the mafia, would be highly uncivilized. Japan is not highly uncivilized so it doesn’t do that. Instead, the very civilized Japan viciously represses any ordinary citizen who has any business dealings with anyone who in Japan’s opinion is a yakuza. Japan maintains a … Continue reading “You Are Getting the Yakuza Treatment”

Fukushima Takes a Turn for the Worse

Tokyo Electric Power Company-TEPCO- has been attempting to decommission three nuclear meltdowns in reactors No. 1 No. 2, and No. 3 for 11 years now. Over time, impossible issues grow and glow, putting one assertion after another into the anti-nuke coffers. The problems, issues, enormous danger, and ill timing of deconstruction of a nuclear disaster … Continue reading “Fukushima Takes a Turn for the Worse”

MOFA welcomes Czechia push to strengthen ties with Taiwan

The decision by the Czech Republic to expand cooperation and exchanges with Taiwan as contained in a new government program statement is sincerely welcomed, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Jan. 8.   Released the day before, the statement largely encompasses the Central European country’s relations with EU, NATO and Visegrad Group members. It also … Continue reading “MOFA welcomes Czechia push to strengthen ties with Taiwan”

Bahamian-American actor Sidney Poitier, whose representation of Black people in film helped change racist perceptions, dies at 94

‘This gentleman knew how to walk tall’Originally published on Global VoicesSidney Poitier at the 38th Charlie Chaplin Award gala, held at the Alice Tully Hall at the Lincoln Center in New York City on May 2, 2011. Photo by Tamara Dunn on Flickr, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0. Hollywood royalty and elder statesman of the silver screen, … Continue reading “Bahamian-American actor Sidney Poitier, whose representation of Black people in film helped change racist perceptions, dies at 94”

Japan calls for stricter COVID-19 measures for U.S. military personnel

Japan’s COVID-19 measures rely on voluntary compliance and shared social normsOriginally published on Global VoicesU.S. Marine Corps and JASDF personnel await the arrival of JASDF F-2 aircraft at the East Fuji Maneuver Area in Shizuoka, Japan. U.S. Marine Corps photo by Katie Gray, uploaded to Flickr on Dec. 9, 2021. Image license: CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 … Continue reading “Japan calls for stricter COVID-19 measures for U.S. military personnel”

Russia Saved a De-Russifying Government in Kazakhstan

First things first. Kazakhstan is one of these countries like New Zealand, Australia, Germany, Singapore, South Korea, Japan, etc, where there is very little freedom. If you or I lived there we would also oppose the cartoonishly authoritarian government — with physical force if necessary. (It’s not as if you get to pick what your … Continue reading “Russia Saved a De-Russifying Government in Kazakhstan”