China’s Ministry of Transport operates many “rescue bureaus” under the China Rescue Service (CRS).
The city's security chief says protesters will be targeted in a crackdown on 'terrorism.'
Eko Haryanto, 26, who died on May 22, had previously worked on a Chinese boat.
President Tsai Ing-wen says the island, like the US, can revoke Hong Kong's separate trading status if Beijing imposes a draconian subversion law on the city.
The teachers will have a 'strong political stance' and offer tips on history according to the Chinese government and patriotic education.
Officials say the law targets 'terrorists,' and that only a 'very small number' of people will be punished.
The protests come after Beijing announced it would impose sedition and subversion laws on the city and allow its state security police to operate there.
India is wary that “as China gets stronger in the South China Sea, these kinds of provocations in the Andaman Sea and more broadly in South Asia will grow,” said Abhijit Singh.
The U.S. says the plan is the 'death knell' for Hong Kong's autonomy, while others say it will pave the way for widespread human rights violations.
The ruling Chinese Communist Party plans to allow its feared state security police to run operations in the city to enforce national security laws.
Upgrades on Pag-asa Island (Thitu Island) include the refurbishment of runway facilities and docking areas.
The White House says the U.S. will push back against an increasingly assertive China, which wants to export its model of authoritarian government around the world.
Hong Kong's separate legal system has proven 'too weak' to quell months of protests, according to Chinese state media.
Among the critics is the editor-in-chief of the nationalistic Global Times tabloid, sister paper of ruling Chinese Communist Party's People's Daily.
Investigators were tracking down former patients after arresting two Chinese nationals.
Making artificial islands and reclaimed reefs in the South China Sea that lack freshwater and soil habitable for human life has been a problem for China.
Fei-Fei Li has links to research programs with ties to China's People's Liberation Army and with organizations run by the Chinese Communist Party's United Front Work Department.
Tsai Ing-wen ushers in her second term in office signaling possible constitutional reforms.