Protests in Japan against China’s ‘compulsory Mandarin’ policy for Inner Mongolia

Protests in Japan against China’s ‘compulsory Mandarin’ policy for Inner Mongolia

Tokyo: – Non-resident Mongolian citizens held protests in the Japanese capital of Tokyo. China has made the mandarin language compulsory, instead of the local language, in the schools in Inner Mongolia, an autonomous Chinese province. The non-resident Mongolian citizens held protests against this order.   Since the last few days, protests are being held in Inner […]

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Mongolians protest against China’s latest oppressive move

Mongolians protest against China’s latest oppressive move

Tokyo: – Protests have started in Inner Mongolia, which is an autonomous province of China, over the imposition of Mandarin language. On Saturday, non-resident Mongolian citizens attempted to draw the attention of the world, towards the Chinese oppression, by holding protests outside the Chinese embassy, in the Japanese capital of Tokyo. The Chinese government has […]

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Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj on a visit to Mongolia

Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj on a visit to Mongolia

Ulaanbaatar (Mongolia): Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj has reached Mongolia after completing her China visit where she met Mongolian Foreign Minister D. Tsogtbaatar. A decision to strengthen the cooperation between the two countries in the infrastructure, energy and Information Technology sectors was taken in these discussions. Foreign Minister Swaraj underlined the Mongolian importance from the […]

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India extends an invitation to the newly appointed anti-China Mongolian President

India extends an invitation to the newly appointed anti-China Mongolian President

New Delhi : The newly appointed Mongolian President, Khaltmaa Battulga won over his presidency by advocating a reduction in the dependence on China. India has extended a friendly hand to this anti-China politician. The Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s invitation to Khaltmaa Battulga seems to be a diplomatic move in this direction. Khaltmaa Battulga assumed the […]

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India to aid Mongolia after China’s trade blockade

India to aid Mongolia after China’s trade blockade

New Delhi / Beijing: India has assured to provide complete aid to Mongolia, who is currently facing problems due to the trade blockade imposed by China. The Indian Foreign Ministry has declared that the 1 billion dollar loan promised by India during the Prime Minister’s Mongolia visit last year will be provided to it at […]

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Chinese decisions against Australia is part of revenge, accuses Australian Ambassador

Chinese decisions against Australia is part of revenge, accuses Australian Ambassador

Canberra/Beijing: – Australian Ambassador to China, Graham Fletcher, made a crushing allegation, ‘The sanctions imposed on Australian products and the campaign in this regard is only a part of Chinese act of vengeance.’ Ambassador Fletcher lashed out at China, saying that the Chinese decisions clearly reveal that Australia cannot trust China as a trading partner. […]

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China suffers blackouts consequent to trade sanctions against Australia

China suffers blackouts consequent to trade sanctions against Australia

Beijing/Canberra: – It has been revealed that the Chinese population is suffering the effects of the trade embargo imposed by the Chinese communist regime against Australia. Last year, the Chinese communist regime ordered the blacklisting of Australian coal. Accordingly, the coal imports from Australia were stopped, spelling trouble for many of the Chinese thermal power […]

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Australia will not succumb to any pressure: President Scott Morrison reprimands China

Australia will not succumb to any pressure: President Scott Morrison reprimands China

Canberra/Beijing: – Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison warned that Australia would not succumb to any pressure saying that China should clearly remember that no conditions can be put if they are interested in maintaining bilateral relations. Don’t expect that restrictions will be imposed on the Australian media; rules for who can invest in the country […]

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