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Udoka: Celtics haven't talked to Kanter about Tibet comments

BOSTON (AP) — Boston Celtics coach Ime Udoka said Friday night that he hasn’t talked to center Enes Kanter about the player's criticism of the Chinese government that led to the team's games being pul...

Thursday's Sports in Brief

PRO FOOTBALL A Congressional committee is seeking documents and information from the NFL regarding the investigation into the Washington Football Team and how the league handled it. ...

After Kanter's Tibet comments, Celtics blacked out in China

Chinese broadcaster and NBA partner Tencent is not showing current or archived Boston Celtics games on its platforms, in apparent response to comments that Celtics center Enes Kanter made to advocate ...

China blacks out NBA Celtics games over Tibet, Xi comments

Broadcaster Tencent, Chinese partner to the US National Basketball Association (NBA), has blacked out access to all Boston Celtics games after one of the team's players accused the Chinese governm...

NBA player wears ‘Free Tibet’ shoes to game, China cuts livestream

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Outspoken Boston Celtics center Enes Kanter wore a pair of sneakers emblazoned with the words “Free Tibet” to an NBA game on Wednesday night (Oct. 20), leading...

'Squid Game' too dark for China? Cultural values justification exposes Chinese platform’s hypocrisy

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — China will not be showing an edited version of the South Korean hit show "Squid Game" due to ideological and cultural reasons, according to a content executive a...

Internet freedom in Taiwan like 'different planet' from China

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Freedom House created infographics last week that clearly demonstrate the vast difference between Taiwan and China when it comes to internet freedom. In Freedom House&#...

China’s economic woes run deeper than Evergrande

KAOHSIUNG (Taiwan News) – A few weeks back, the international media was awash with stories about Evergrande Group, China’s second-largest property developer. Having borrowed big to scal...

'Worker Lives Matter' takes off in China with viral open-access spreadsheet

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Resentful over grueling work hours, Chinese office workers have banded together to mount a new campaign to combat what is known as “996 culture” — workin...

‘No illicit affairs, cults or separatism’: leaked CCP guidelines draw boundaries for South Korean comics

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — A South Korean cartoon studio has received a set of content guidelines from the Chinese government after it announced a deal with Tencent on Monday (Sept. 27) to distribut...

World shares fall as pricier energy feeds inflation fears

World shares retreated on Tuesday as surging prices of oil, coal and other energy added to concerns over inflation. Benchmarks fell in Paris, Frankfurt, Tokyo, Hong Kong and Shangha...

China tightens political control of internet giants

BEIJING (AP) — The ruling Communist Party is tightening political control over China’s internet giants and tapping their wealth to pay for its ambitions to reduce reliance on U.S. and European technol...

'Jackie Chan curse' strikes Evergrande

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — As Chinese real estate behemoth Evergrande faces a crisis of epic proportions, some netizens are attributing its misfortunes to the "Jackie Chan curse" that affl...

CryptoZR, The World's First Artist to Stage A Solo Exhibition on CryptoArt, to Sell 1000EYE to 1,000 Collectors Simultaneously

BEIJING, CHINA- Media OutReach- 24 September 2021 - Following CryptoZR's (Liu Jiaying) exhibition Cookie Cookie, the world's first CryptoArt themed exhibition held in Beijing in May 2021 t...

Taiwan ranks 5th for internet freedom, China last

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwan ranked fifth in the world for internet freedom in its first entry on Freedom House's list, while China finished in dead last place for the seventh year in a row...