Articles by South China Morning Post
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What’s in a Covid-19 Vaccine?
South China Morning Post – TRANSCEND Media Service, 13 Sep 2021
Countries around the world are ramping up efforts to vaccinate their populations in a race to achieve herd immunity against the SARS-CoV-2 virus. But what exactly goes into each vial? How different are the components? Here’s what you need to know about the ingredients that make up the vaccines against Covid-19.→ read full article
Must the United States Demonise China?
Alex Lo | South China Morning Post – TRANSCEND Media Service, 29 Jun 2020
26 Jun 2020 – Simply existing as a prosperous power is enough to make China an enemy, which must be isolated, contained, if not destroyed, like a disease. Hong Kong is but another factor in this hegemonic calculus.→ read full article
How US Media Dish Out Their Own Propaganda on China and COVID-19
Alex Lo | South China Morning Post - TRANSCEND Media Service, 13 Apr 2020
12 Apr 2020 – Their stereotypical framing of China’s actions against the pandemic verges on parody and caricature, portraying even innocent and uncontroversial measures in the most insidious light possible.→ read full article
Stay or Go? Hong Kong’s International Students Pack Their Bags amid Protest Chaos
John Power and Meaghan Tobin – South China Morning Post, 18 Nov 2019
13 Nov 2019
• Foreign students are being called home or face the agonising decision of whether to wait out the unrest
• Hundreds of mainland Chinese students are also fleeing, while Taiwan is evacuating 81 from Chinese University after campus clashes
Blood Sutra: Whatever Happened to Buddhism, Religion of Peace and Compassion?
Paul Fuller – South China Morning Post, 25 Jun 2018
The emergence of radical groups like the MaBaTha that promote a Buddhism based on racial and national identity is fuelling violence across the region.→ read full article
How the Hague Ruling against China Could Spell Trouble for Japan
Julian Ryall – South China Morning Post, 18 Jul 2016
Japan has built structures on uninhabited rocks 1,740 km from Tokyo to mark its territory – just like China has done in the South China Sea. The Hague ruling completely delegitimises Japan’s claim to those waters. — Stephen Nagy→ read full article
Japanese Investigator Says Lessons of Fukushima Disaster Ignored
Kristine Kwok in Tokyo – South China Morning Post, 10 Mar 2014
8 Mar 2014 – According to the foundation’s research, the government and Tepco operated under the belief that nuclear plants were completely safe. Before the earthquake, government regulators and Tepco avoided addressing the potential risks because this would cause “unnecessary anxiety and misunderstanding” among the public, Funabashi wrote in a paper published by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists.→ read full article