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Sting in Hong Kong

By Peace Post Staff/ Images: Christopher Cottrell It was February 1980 when Sting played with the Police for their first show in Hong Kong—and they sang Walking on Kowloon at Today’s World Disco in Central! Fast forward to June 3, 2017. For the 10,000 Hong Kong fans who poured into the …

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Macau in the Looking Glass

By Christopher Cottrell/ Images: Christopher Cottrell “This one I took of an antique shop because I think traditional furniture is now fading away in Macau. I also personally like vintage things,” says Macau photographer Zara Chou Cheng I. An award winner for the student led The Perspective photo and video …

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Hong Kong Doctors’ New Young Bloods

By Peace Post Staff/ Images: Christopher Cottrell Hong Kong’s young doctors are cutting out new paths in medicine—and expanding their understanding of resources in the Greater Pearl Bay Area, such as Macau medicine and Shenzhen 3D printing. Indeed, over the weekend the Younger Fellows Chapter of the Hong Kong College …

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Harley Seyedin Champion of Business Peace

By Peace Post Staff/ Images: American Chamber of Commerce for South China Guangzhou based Harley Seyedin is a champion of peace. Indeed, The recent Oslo Business For Peace Awards 2017 found the deeds of Mr. Seyedin worthy of praise and encomiums of the highest order. As President of the American …

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Happy Medical Memories with Six Years of Sino-Luso

By Christopher Cottrell/ Image: Christopher Cottrell Six years ago this May, Macau embarked on a bold new medical mission—the Sino Luso International Medical Forum.I was lucky enough to have written about the first one. I’d been covering Macau since 2005 so was intrigued to get the assignment—particuarly when I saw the …

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Philippines’ Medical Ambassador

By Christopher Cottrell/ Images: Christopher Cottrell Medical diplomacy and peace between China and the Philippines were central topics for Dr. Herminigildo Valle, Undersecretary for Health for the Republic of the Philippines, during his speeches at the 37th Sino-Luso International Medical Forums in Beijing and Macau. The scientific symposiums were held …

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Sino-Luso 37’s Medical Error Meeting

By Peace Post Staff/ Image: Christopher Cottrell The 37th Sino-Luso International Medical Forum’s five days of symposiums ended with a private, closed door, VIP symposium discussing medical errors at the Clube Militar de Macau. Dr. Billy Chan, vice-president and co-founder of the Sino-Luso International Medical Forum, commented, “After six-years, we …

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Beijing and Macau Medical Motion

By Christopher Cottrell/Images: Christopher Cottrell Macau’s 37th Sino-Luso International Medical Forum heralded six years of success this week with MOUs and symposiums in Beijing and Macau. The international medical delegation included the Undersecretary of Health of the Philippines, Prof. Herminigildo Valle, Prof. Florentino Cardoso, President of the Brazilian Medical Association, …

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The Silk Nest Century

By Peace Post Staff/ Image: Xinhua The One Belt, One Road Initiative is a “Project of the Century,” said Chinese President Xi Jinping. With over 1,500 international delegates in Beijing for the Silk Summit held Sunday and Monday, Xi further called for joint efforts to build the Belt and Road …

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Ocean Rescue Mission

By Christopher Cottrell/Images: The Ocean Cleanup Dutch millennial entrepreneur and engineer Boyan Slat’s astounding plastic cleanup plan for the world’s oceans is exactly the sort of hopeful news people have been hungry for. Particularly the peoples of the Pacific who recoil in horror with the Great Pacific Garbage Patch—a field of plastic …

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