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Damien Cave
NY Times Australia bureau chief. Antes: NYC, Mexico, Miami, Middle East. Ahora: Mucho. Follow along
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Louisa Lim Aug 18
Finally made it to the Lennon Tunnel in Taipo. It’s a gigantic explosion of creativity and individual, pluralistic, political expression which stands in stark contrast to the topdown political posters of mainland China. Many HK dreams vs China dream?
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The New York Times Aug 18
Firing more than 1,800 rounds of tear gas, Hong Kong police have repeatedly violated standards for safely dispersing crowds, experts said, putting protesters and bystanders in serious danger. We reviewed dozens of cases where it was used.
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Damien Cave Aug 17
Another sign of escalation, beyond HK. Seeing lots of this in Australia already
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Helen Davidson Aug 16
Every line in this interview with the Fiji PM by is absolutely scathing. What is our reputation now...
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Lauretta Charlton Aug 16
Do you subscribe to In Her Words? You should! Here's my recent elevator interview.
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Damien Cave Aug 16
There’s plenty of introspection, I promise - probably more than at any time in history. The challenge is getting it right with every story. We aim to try but many of us hope readers will judge our whole body of work not just the ones they hate.
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Damien Cave Aug 16
Replying to @Gay_Alcorn
Dean’s my boss so discount this as needed, but his desire to both listen to readers but also see them and this particular moment with perspective is vital. Fevers can be contagious. The Times is needs to be part of the treatment not the contagion.
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Damien Cave Aug 15
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Louisa Lim Aug 15
Front page!! via Instagram:
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Damien Cave Aug 15
What’s really going with . A must read, with reporting from 3 countries.
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Michael Fullilove Aug 14
Read my colleague in today’s on Xi Jinping and Hong Kong.
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Damien Cave Aug 14
Some of our readers in Australia asked if we’d consider writing a story on this. The answer: yes.
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Damien Cave Aug 14
Long form opportunity worth checking out
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Damien Cave Aug 14
Smart big picture regional analysis from ⁦⁩. Asia spinning into many crises at once as Trump chooses isolationism
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David Brophy Aug 14
My response to the latest push from the right on China. This isn’t about easy solutions. It’s about orientations, and lines of work.
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Damien Cave Aug 14
Replying to @damiencave
And here’s where the Christchurch shooter has also gained fans: Russia and Ukraine. Translation and promotion for white supremacist hate make it increasing global
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Damien Cave Aug 14
The challenges of trying to control white supremacist information, Exhibit A via ⁦
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Damien Cave Aug 13
Another example of China's information war. The fight for free speech is increasingly between facts and manipulation. The internet doesn't do a great job of prioritizing the former over the latter, as it was built by utopian geeks whose mantra was "information wants to be free."
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Damien Cave Aug 13
"The battle over Hong Kong is, in effect, being exported, pitting overseas Chinese communities against each other." Important read from
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Damien Cave Aug 13
Replying to @jbenton @nytimes
If the conversation is on background to protect someone still alive and vulnerable then I’d say it should stay on background; in this case, when it’s self-protection for someone who died, seems fine to put it on the record. My 2 cents.
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