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NEW YORK, NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 20: Protestors hold signs that read "hate is a virus" and "stop Asian hate" at the End The Violence Towards Asians rally in Washington Square Park on February 20, 2021 in New York City. Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, violence towards Asian Americans has increased at a much higher rate than previous years. The New York City Police Department (NYPD) reported a 1,900% increase in anti-Asian hate crimes in 2020. (Photo by Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images)
Read Article What Are Spy Balloons, And Why Is Their History So Ridiculous?
The Battle of Fleurus by Jean-Baptiste Mauzaisse, featuring l'Entreprenant the Spy Balloon
Read Article China Lifts Ban on Marvel Movies, But Why Were They Banned in the First Place?
A profile shot of Queen Ramonda (Angela Bassett) staring off into the distance while wearing a black head wrap in a scene from 'Black Panther: Wakanda Forever'
Read Article Tencent Is the Biggest Gaming Company in the World—So, Why Have Many People Never Heard of It?
Tencent building and Shenzhen University in Hong Kong. Image: bingfengwu on Getty Images.
Read Article Why Was ‘Demon Slayer’ Season 2 Censored in China?
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Read Article Why Are People Boycotting the 2022 Winter Olympics?
Read Article Want to Watch the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics? Here’s How
Team USA completes its first laps around the Olympic Oval. Image via Team USA.
Read Article How Did <em>Fight Club’</em>s Ending Change in China?
Brad Pitt poses as Tyler Durden in Fight Club.
Read Article <em>Monster Hunter</em> Pulled From Chinese Theaters Over Racial Slur
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Read Article TikTok Avoids Ban and Tricks Trump
An Indian mobile user browses through the Chinese owned video-sharing 'Tik Tok' app on a smartphone in Bangalore on June 30, 2020. - TikTok on June 30 denied sharing information on Indian users with the Chinese government, after New Delhi banned the wildly popular app citing national security and privacy concerns. "TikTok continues to comply with all data privacy and security requirements under Indian law and have not shared any information of our users in India with any foreign government, including the Chinese Government," said the company, which is owned by China's ByteDance. (Photo by Manjunath Kiran / AFP) (Photo by MANJUNATH KIRAN/AFP via Getty Images)


Read Article China Lifts Ban on Marvel Movies, But Why Were They Banned in the First Place?
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