Weekly Update by Mark Armstrong – 20 December 2019

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Greetings from Tyler, Whoever heard of THIRTY feet of snow?  That’s what they’re dealing with in Iceland, where they’ve never seen the like.  Snow was supposed to have been a thing of the past, something the youthful generation would only … Read More

Hong Kong protesters stay at home as citywide strike turns out to be non-event, day after hundreds of thousands took to streets in peaceful protest

Demonstrators had threatened to paralyze the city on Monday morning Police make two arrests as disruption is kept to a minimum Protesters mostly stayed at home on Monday, ignoring calls for a citywide strike as Hong Kong marked the six-month … Read More

Trump signs bills in support of Hong Kong; China furious

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BEIJING (AP) – China reacted furiously to President Donald Trump´s signing of two bills on Hong Kong human rights and said the U.S. will bear the unspecified consequences. A foreign ministry statement Thursday repeated heated condemnations of the laws and … Read More

Hong Kong leader admits local elections revealed ‘unhappiness’ with government

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HONG KONG: Hong Kong’s leader Carrie Lam acknowledged on Tuesday (Nov 26) that a crushing defeat for the city’s pro-Beijing establishment in weekend polls revealed public discontent over her government’s handling of months of political unrest. The elections showed concern over “deficiencies in … Read More

Weekly Update by Mark Armstrong – 22 November 2019

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Greetings from Tyler, Did the world stop turning?  Is the impeachment sham the only thing on earth we need to know about?  If you caught the network radio breaks, the TV network panels, or the flagship headlines you might well … Read More

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