In The Papers
In the Papers
Tensions in CrimeaLive from the newsroom, Florence Villeminot provides an exhaustive overview of world's newspaper headlines.
Chinese take 'Western etiquette' classes in Hong KongWith Chinese tourists increasingly criticised for rude behaviour, the authorities last year published a "good manners handbook", advising against such things as spitting...
Why Hong Kong children prefer learning American EnglishWe look at why students of English in formerly British-run Hong Kong are choosing to speak with American accents. Also in this edition of Asia Live from Beijing: Chinese swimming c...
Flooding in Sudan, race relations in South Africa, violence in Bangui, and more...This show is made up entirely of amateur images. We've seen time and time again how images captured by ordinary citizens then uploaded onto the Web can change history, or at l...
Hong Kong show marks 40 years since Bruce Lee deathA show to mark the 40th anniversary of the death of kung fu movie star Bruce Lee opened in Hong Kong on Saturday. The items on display include his yellow tracksuit from “Game of D...
Snowden remains at Moscow airport, Russia saysEdward Snowden’s flight across the globe unexpectedly stalled on Tuesday, with Russian officials saying he remained in a Moscow airport's transit zone. Russia has reacted angr...
Cybersurveillance and Snowden: Catch me if you canThey say knowledge is power. Tracking the movements and motives of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, François Picard’s panel finds the power lies more with the internet giants stor...
In The Papers
IN THE PAPERS
Sunni vs. Shia tension in the UKINTERNATIONAL PAPERS, Tues. 25/06/13: The international papers focus on Berlusconi being sentenced, sectarian clashes in Lebanon and a rise of Sunni/Shia tension in the UK.
Ex-CIA whistleblower ‘missing’ as leak rocks USEdward Snowden, who leaked top-secret information about US surveillance programmes, has reportedly disappeared after checking out of his Hong Kong hotel. Meanwhile, debate raged in...
Whistleblower Snowden vows more revelationsEx-CIA whistleblower Edward Snowden promised to reveal more about classified US surveillance programmes and vowed to fight any attempt to extradite him in an interview on Wednesday...
NSA whistleblower Snowden is not welcome in UKEx-CIA whistleblower Edward Snowden is not welcome in the United Kingdom, officials in London have warned in a communiqué to all airlines serving British airports.