Stories about North America from February, 2019
"We hope that space will not become a space of confrontation (...) Space makes children dream and all of humanity as well."
A Tibetan-Canadian student was attacked online after winning student council elections. She thinks Beijing is to blame.
Chemi Lhamo faced a barrage of threatening comments on social media from overseas students who appeared to be from mainland China.
The DigiGlot Newsletter is a bi-weekly collaborative newsletter that reports on how indigenous, minority, and endangered language communities are adopting and adapting technology to change the internet landscape.
The second installment in our series looks at the most censored topic in the 2018 WeChatscope dataset: the China-US trade war.
‘Space ventures can improve the quality of life on Earth’ — an interview with International Space University president
Today, the International Space University has more than 4600 former students, and of those, more than 80 percent are working in space industries.
While Chinese companies regularly invest in US media companies, this makes for an unusual match.
"The illegal debts burden our people and push our youth to unemployment and marginality."