– Toronto Star

“How Canadians are part of an underground network helping Hong Kong protesters in their struggle against Chinese control” 

“This cartoonist has been skewering China for years from behind a mask. Now he’s ready to face Beijing”

“Meng Wanzhou’s dad says his daughter will study hard and get a PhD in prison”

“Whistleblower, fans ‘disappointed’ in Whitecaps’ handling of abuse investigation” (with Cherise Seucharan)

“Tibetan-Canadian coalition ‘appalled’ by fake letter from Trudeau promoting pro-China group” (with Jenny Peng)

“Opinion: My tweets about airplane harassment sparked an important dialogue” 

“‘You’re with China or you’re with us’: Global relations hinge on outcome of trade talks, U.S. analysts say” (with Perrin Grauer)

“Burnaby South Liberal candidate under fire for presence at Chinese-state-owned media launch” (with Melanie Green)

“Ambassador John McCallum says it would be ‘great for Canada’ if U.S. drops extradition request for Huawei’s Meng Wanzhou”

“Huawei’s Meng Wanzhou has an extra passport that wasn’t listed in court records — and it’s only available to China’s elite” (By Michael Mui)

“Liberal candidate’s WeChat post draws criticism for singling out race of byelection opponent Jagmeet Singh” (By Melanie Green)

“Global anxiety reflected in Australian outcry over Canadians detained in China”

“B.C. professor found dead in Colombia under mysterious circumstances remembered as ‘positive’ and ‘dedicated’”

“The forgotten Canadians detained in China” 

“How a red dot kept Chinese-Canadian readers from getting the full story on Huawei”  (with Jeremy Nuttall) 

“My friend Michael Kovrig was arrested in China. Please, pay attention”

“Ex-diplomat who worked on Trudeau’s Hong Kong visit detained in China”

“Lawyer for Huawei exec proposes monitoring bracelet, 24-hour surveillance in bid for freedom”

“Bail hearing for Huawei exec reveals fraud allegations at heart of international strife”

“Huawei CFO arrested in Vancouver for possible extradition to the U.S.”

“Huawei arrest fuels anxiety over the security of Canada’s 5G dealings” 

“Vancouver society at centre of vote-buying allegations has ties to Chinese government”

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