Custom Maid Books Rallies Support for Hong Kong Wildlife Charities at the Hong Kong Book Fair

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‘Political Animals’ Unite to Raise Awareness and Funds  For Immediate ReleaseCUSTOM MAID BOOKS – CAL BOOKS Booth # 1B-B35Press Contact: Peter de Krassel  Peter@custommaidbook.com +852 9805-1347 Custom Maid Books is supporting Hong Kong wildlife charities to help fight the immoral production and distribution of wildlife products in Hong Kong  Join us at booth # 1B-B35 at the Hong […]

Why Are Americans Being so Stupid?

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As an American-Hongkonger living in Hong Kong, I am embarrassed being repeatedly asked why Americans are being so stupidly stubborn about face masks and social distancing. This includes conversations with Chinese-Americans and black and white American brothers and sisters in Hong Kong and America. Bottom line, I feel safer living in Hong Kong with its […]

Sino-American War of Unintended Consequences

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Presidents Trump and Xi are facing political headwinds at home, both within their respective political parties — and domestic front with the public at large. To distract their political constituencies from their trade war, domestic economic recessions and unemployment brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic, they are  flexing their military muscles in the South China […]

Before airlines take to the skies again, assess their role in climate change

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As health measures such as air travel restrictions are being relaxed in countries amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, I wonder what airlines will do to recoup losses when people, in the millions, begin to travel again. Would they pack passengers to the maximum, like sardines, as they used to do in the pre-pandemic days? Seating […]

Is Communist Party Power Struggle Spilling Onto Streets of Hong Kong?

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China has repeatedly accused Western “Black Hands,” the U.S. and U.K. in particular, of being the financial backers and provocateurs of the violent street protests in Hong Kong, in what first started as protests against the government’s now withdrawn extradition law – that have now turned into protests demanding democracy. America has been blamed for […]