Jun 28, 2021 08:22 PM

Nike CEO Says Brand Is ‘of China and for China,’ Colombia’s President Attacked, U.S. UFO Report

Here is today’s ranking of the 10 most-read international stories in China. While these headlines can help give you a sense of what’s trending in the Chinese language sphere, the veracity and accuracy of the headlines hasn’t been independently verified by Caixin.

Social media users are following Ukraine’s withdrawal from a Canada-led joint statement on Xinjiang at the U.N. Human Rights Council. They are also concerned about demonstrations in London, where thousands took to the streets to protest Covid lockdown measures.

1.Nike CEO says the brand is ‘of China and for China’

2.Ukraine pulls out of Canada’s joint statement on Xinjiang to U.N. Human Rights Council

3.U.S. intelligence community releases UFO report

4.Vietnam will not go through with a plan to distribute Chinese-donated Covid-19 vaccines because of a requirement to vaccinate Chinese nationals first

5.More than 1,700 nearby solar systems offered the appropriate vantage point over the last 5,000 years to monitor Earth, a study published in Nature shows

6.Colombian President Iván Duque’s helicopter attacked by gunfire

7.Organic fluorine pollution reported in groundwater in 21 locations in Japan, Environment Ministry survey shows

8.Thousands take to London’s streets in anti-lockdown protests

9.Former U.S. President Donald Trump holds his first rally in Ohio since leaving the White House

10.U.K. will ban junk food ads online and before 9 p.m. on TV from 2023

Read the top 10 domestic news on the same day.

Translated by reporter Cai Xuejiao.

The daily ranking of the most-read news stories among Chinese people, about China and global affairs, is jointly provided to you by Caixin Insight and HANA Data, an artificial intelligence technology team.

The key indicators calculated on the list are based on mass data sourced from China’s mainstream social media platforms and online news websites. Click here for a detailed introduction of our methodology.

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