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@ccchre

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Joined on July 24, 2019
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @ccchre and here's what we found interesting.

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BREAKING: UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab to announce implementation of U.K. Magnitsky Act today. First group of sanctions will be applied to Sergei Magnitsky’s killers. Huge milestone in our 10 campaign for justice. https://t.co/e15lYqQO4a

Hong Kong’s status as an autonomous region that respected the rule of law and protected human rights helped make the city a capital of international finance, writes Michael C. Davis. This achievement is now at risk. https://t.co/JQOgJ7srFo

Hongkongers face a Kafkaesque reality as censors outlaw the words of protest | Louisa Lim https://t.co/xm3pSts9eT

This call for unity by Sir John Sawers in the face of China’s attempts to divide and undermine is timely. We need to work with China but that shouldn’t include succumbing to bullying. https://t.co/zvAIDe3yei

CNN
6 hours ago

This is the second time this year that the US Customs and Border Protection has seized products from China suspected to have been made from prisoners' hair https://t.co/zfqfsvOBBy

Die Bundesregierung warnt Deutsche vor Chinas Knute und fordert sie praktisch zur Selbstzensur auf. Sollte sich die Warnung nicht an ganz andere, zum Beispiel an die Regierung in Peking, richten? https://t.co/asRXLpXL4d

Catalonian activist Adrià Ballester said he is going to protest outside the Chinese consulate on Monday against the national security law for Hong Kong. Technically, this may already be a violation of the law, and he may not step foot in Hong Kong or mainland China in the future. https://t.co/HiGqU3wnNQ

Catalonian activist Adrià Ballester said he is going to protest outside the Chinese consulate on Monday against the national security law for Hong Kong. Technically, this may already be a violation of the law, and he may not step foot in Hong Kong or mainland China in the future. https://t.co/HiGqU3wnNQ

This moving photo of Hong Kong protesters holding up blank signs—now that their messages are illegal—is a stark reminder that the movement there isn't over, even w/the National Security Law imposing severe constraints.

Photo by Lam Yik Fei for the NYT: https://t.co/tzv0Tjcr6Z https://t.co/FCKHWu1NNX

This moving photo of Hong Kong protesters holding up blank signs—now that their messages are illegal—is a stark reminder that the movement there isn't over, even w/the National Security Law imposing severe constraints. Photo by Lam Yik Fei for the NYT: https://t.co/tzv0Tjcr6Z https://t.co/FCKHWu1NNX

International *peer-reviewed* journals published >120 scientific papers from China-based researchers that appear to have been produced by the same paper mill.

Grim news at a time when scientific integrity is more important than ever. Via @evawxiao 

https://t.co/lIoKDKxnfH https://t.co/h2v2YvqO7E

International *peer-reviewed* journals published >120 scientific papers from China-based researchers that appear to have been produced by the same paper mill. Grim news at a time when scientific integrity is more important than ever. Via @evawxiao https://t.co/lIoKDKxnfH https://t.co/h2v2YvqO7E

Wow. Also another reason why resources for student journalism is important — @UBC quietly changes references to Taiwan amid sensitive political climate https://t.co/CSCshQ5KTH

Quoted @the_hindu

#China has included #Bhutan’s ‘Eastern sectors’ to the boundary dispute between the two countries for the first time https://t.co/8i5gFwLURz

It's gotta be all Bhutan's fault. It must have done something to provoke China, something to make the poor large misunderstood country feel so threatened that it is making new territorial claims. Welcome to the club, Thimphu - 🇦🇺🇨🇦🇯🇵🇲🇾🇵🇭🇻🇳🇮🇳🇹🇼 https://t.co/TEC6IySwAq

Quoted @SuluArtco

1. Ilham Tohti 2. Rahile Dawut 3. Halmurat Ghopur 4. Tashpolat Teyip 5. Chimengul Awut 6. Arslan Abdulla 7. Dilmurat Ghopur 8. Jemile Saqi 9. Abdukerim Rahman 10. Abduqadir Jalalidin 11. Zulpiqar Barat 12. Alim Ehet 13. Nurbiye Yadikar 14. Mutellip Sidiq Qahiri https://t.co/UG8AThyvCL

1. Ilham Tohti
2. Rahile Dawut
3. Halmurat Ghopur
4. Tashpolat Teyip
5. Chimengul Awut
6. Arslan Abdulla
7. Dilmurat Ghopur
8. Jemile Saqi
9. Abdukerim Rahman
10. Abduqadir Jalalidin
11. Zulpiqar Barat
12. Alim Ehet
13. Nurbiye Yadikar
14. Mutellip Sidiq Qahiri https://t.co/UG8AThyvCL

Disappeared Uyghur scholars and artists https://t.co/0t6oj2qZmF

Update: Telegram confirms to HKFP that they have never disclosed any data to the #HongKong authorities in the past: "This can be important for users who are worried that some information may have already been shared with the authorities in Hong Kong and/or China by Telegram."

Financial Times
18 hours ago

The UK should bar Huawei from its 5G network https://t.co/Dca4A7neej

"Many Hong Kongers, connected through a large diaspora around the world, are sending masks and supplies to their family and friends around the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom." https://t.co/z59LYu5qiV

John Sawers, former MI6 chief. "The last six months have revealed more about China under President Xi Jinping than the previous six years. China is overplaying its hand and giving western leaders no option but to stand up to it" https://t.co/6ngwqPdQ3O via @FT

Quoted @lukedepulford

In case you thought @ipacglobal was exaggerating risks around extradition under the national security law, here’s the former Chief Executive of Hong Kong: https://t.co/u8sFmT3JAX

People rightly think CY is a joke. But the fact is that he is seriously insinuating a sitting president and prime minister are vulnerable to extradition under the ludicrous national security law. Imagine how he sees this law playing out for expat HKers. https://t.co/aQMbYD2jQD

Activists are using humour, obscenity, sarcasm and wordplay to express opposition to the Hong Kong and Chinese governments, to get around the terms of the new national security law. https://t.co/Zy4Ep7Myzd

Fear became the ultimate tool for this government. https://t.co/FSOrH0gziH

Fear became the ultimate tool for this government. https://t.co/FSOrH0gziH

A yellow (pro-democracy) restaurant on Hong Kong Island took down its posters when the national security law passed, replacing them w/ blank pieces of paper & Post-its. The movement’s branding is so strong that it doesn’t even need text or illustrations to communicate a message. https://t.co/NPpbX2vck1

A yellow (pro-democracy) restaurant on Hong Kong Island took down its posters when the national security law passed, replacing them w/ blank pieces of paper & Post-its. The movement’s branding is so strong that it doesn’t even need text or illustrations to communicate a message. https://t.co/NPpbX2vck1

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