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Q: When will I be chanced to travel to China?

In the next five years?

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That is a fascinating philosophical question on many levels.

I'd love to hear your existentialist take on this.

I await with baited breath.

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Do you know Polish? I am different ... when I must polish ... sumtin'  

 

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WATCH: Drunk man tries to kill BEAR in Warsaw zoo just one day after coronavirus lockdown lifted

A 23-year-old man was arrested after a brief visit to hospital after he picked a fight with an elderly bear in Warsaw zoo, just one day after it reopened following the lifting of coronavirus lockdown restrictions.May 22, 2020 11:47 

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Hong Kong Erupts: Tear Gas Deployed As Thousands Fill Streets To Oppose China's National Security Law

    "You pass the law, you start the war...

     

     

    Beijing unveiled details of the law on Friday, which would most likely grant the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)'s security services jurisdiction over matters in Hong Kong - which drew condemnation from Taiwan, the United Kingdom, the EU, Australia, Canada and the United States, according to the report. It also drew immediate protest from opposition lawmakers.

    The national security law would bypass the city's legislture, which is expected to enact a ban on subversion, secession and sedition against Beijing. It will also enable mainland Chinese national security agencies to operate on city soil for the first time.

    On Sunday, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said that Beijing must enact the law without delay, and that it is the role of China's central government to enforce national security.

    "We must get it done without the slightest delay," said Wang, who added that the law would 'create more stability and confidence' in the Special Administration Region as well as a better environment for security.

     

    Shortly after the announcement, Hong Kong residents took to social media to organize a march on Hong Kong Island from Causeway Bay to Wan Chai at 1 p.m. local time on Sunday.

    Some protesters were chanting "Liberate Hong Kong, revolution of our times," while others chanted "Hong Kong independence, the only way out," according to CNN.

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    A: Going to HK would be the best bet I reckon, especially if you were loo
    A:Going to HK would be the best bet I reckon, especially if you were looking for a church wedding. Chinese weddings are pretty grim IMO - you go to a barren govt dept with souless officials and navigate red tape so some guy can give you a red stamp and a marriage book. You get expensive pictures taken of you both posing in places you'd never go to in everyday life that is somehow supposed to represent your wedding, then a while later it's off to a restaurant where a game show host kind of guy makes sure it's as tacky as possible while the guests eat as fast as they can so they can leave as soon as they finish eating and gave you money. Hell, I'd go to Thailand or the Philippines and get married in Paradise.   -- Stiggs