|News Ellie Ng | Pro-democracy leaders from Hong Kong ask Canadian politicians to help safeguard elections and democratic freedom in Hong Kong.|
|Podcast Redeye Collective | Noam Chomsky, Michael Moore, Oliver Stone and over a hundred others have signed a statement of support for local residents in their decision to refuse a new military base in Okinawa.|
|Podcast Redeye Collective | In mid-November, Wikileaks released the secret draft text for the Intellectual Property Rights Chapter of the TPP. Stuart Trew talks about what this leak tells us about the agreement as a whole.|
|Blog Daniel Poon | Can China be more than a market for Canadian staple resources -- and more than a source of upward pressure behind the global prices of those staples?|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | Thanks to being habitually underestimated, Justin Trudeau, pixie dust and all, could very well end up being our prime minister.|
|Podcast Diana Beaumont, Jiselle Hanna | Labour news from the Asia Pacific region and interview about the detention of labour activist Wu Guijun in China.|
|News Mark Taliano | In June, 2013, the 300-strong Hupacasath First Nation launched a court action with the Federal Court to stop ratification of the proposed 31-year trade FIPPA with China.|
This Week on Media Mornings: June 8—Kinnie Starr, Tiananmen Anniversary, CUPE’s Paul Moist on FCM, Canada-EU tradeThis Week on Media Mornings | This week's top interviews: Kinnie Starr, Tienanmen anniversary, CUPE's Paul Moist on FCM, and the Canada-EU trade deal.
Northwest Territories Premier McLeod offers up eight NWT rivers to China for hydroelectric developmentGeorge Lessard | At Beijing's Canada-China Business Council back in September of 2012, our premier offered the NWT's rivers to China and on yesterday's CrossCountry Checkup he touted them again.
|Podcast Diana Beaumont, Pier Moro and Jiselle Hanna | Interview with Au Loong Yu, editor of the China Labour Net website, who provided an analysis of the outcome of the Hong Kong dockworkers' strike and the broader political context.|
|Podcast Redeye Collective | Micha Peled has produced three connected films that put a human face on complex issues that result from global economic forces. His trilogy shows in Vancouver this coming weekend.|
|Blog June Chua | The documentary CHIMERAS explores culture and identity through the individual struggles of an established art star and the blossoming career of a new one.|