The Daily Populous

Friday October 11st, 2019 night edition

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Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen waves during Taiwan's National Day in Taipei, Taiwan, October 10, 2019.

“China is still threatening to impose its ‘one country, two systems’ model for Taiwan.

Beijing also says Taiwan does not have the right to state-to-state relations and is keen to isolate it diplomatically.

Seven countries have severed diplomatic ties with the Taiwan and switched allegiance to Beijing since Tsai coming to power.

Tsai said under her watch Taiwan has boosted its combat capabilities with the purchase of advanced weapons and development of home-made aircraft.

In July, the United States approved the sale of an $2.2 billion worth of weapons to Taiwan, angering Beijing.

The United States has no formal ties with Taiwan but is bound by law to help provide it with the means to defend itself. »

Google Says Stadia Will Outperform Consoles and PCs By Predicting Gamers' Moves

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Talking to Edge magazine, the VP of engineering for Google Stadia Madj Bakar said that Google Stadia will outperform any current or future game console or PC thanks to artificial intelligence.

But in modern gaming you will need to go to 4K and eventually 8K in order to be competitive.

Google believes Stadia can beat the PS5, Xbox Project Scarlett and any gaming PC or gaming laptop by using artificial intelligence. »

'South Park' declares 'F--- the Chinese government' in 300th episode after the show was banned in China

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"South Park" fired back at the Chinese government during Wednesday's 300th episode after the country banned the show from its internet.

"South Park" fired back at China during Wednesday's milestone 300th episode after the country banned the long-running Comedy Central animated series.

READ MORE: 'South Park' has reportedly been banned in China after its most recent episode criticized censorship in the country. »

‘South Park’ episode banned in China screened on Hong Kong street

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A controversial episode of South Park — which was recently banned in China — was screened on a busy Hong Kong street in Sham Shui Po district on Tuesday night.

The show was banned in China less than a week after a viral episode from Season 23 titled Band in China aired.

Tonight in Sham Shui Po, ⁦@SouthPark⁩ episode ‘Band in China’ shown on street to large & appreciative audience. »