Respond to China Hong Kong power grab?China legislature on Thursday approved a controversial national security law that gives the mainland government new powers to police subversion and foreign intervention in Hong Kong. Critics of the new law say it a violation of the “one country, two systems” agreement that has granted Hong Kong certain levels of autonomy like its own police force and judicial system since the island became part of China in 1997 after more than a century of British rule. Iranian media covered the apparent “honour” crime extensively, with Ebtekar newspaper leading its front page with the headline “Unsafe father house”.
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I find my self surprised just how often Linear Algebra pops up. A few years ago I was doing some work with Splines, trying to smooth some noisy plant data and I had to relearn matrix decomposition (LU factorisation). Every year or so since I been ambushed by some other “stealth” aplication of linear algebra in something you otherwise think would not be applicable.
But it is surely an increase in reporting through this one mechanism, the NPCC said.It is up to all of us to fight PostRefRacism. Do not let ignorance and hatred go unchallenged. Take your country back from the bigots.In London, the Polish and Social Cultural Association woke on Sunday morning to find their front doors sprayed with an abusive message.UK referendum: Full coverageEU boss to Farage: ‘Why are you here?’Referendum 2, coming soon?Brexit = higher taxes, less spendingUK loses perfect AAA credit ratingHow Britons really feel about BrexitVoters: ‘We had nothing to lose’Racist attacks rise after EU voteDid Brexit hurt Trump?Regrexit? Voters voice doubt Results map tells a big storyUsing the hashtag postrefracism, social media has highlighted alleged incidents of migrants in the UK being verbally insulted and threatened since the final outcome was announced.Dozens of British social media users have taken to Twitter and Facebook to report incidents of racial abuse, both verbal and physical, across the country in the wake of the European Union referendum.”We were very disturbed and upset this morning to find really unpleasant graffiti all across the front of our building when our staff came in,” the Association’s Chair Joanna Mludzinska said in a video on Twitter..