HONG KONG

Hong Kong Speech Therapists Who Published Children’s Books About Wolves and Sheep Have Bail Revoked, Remanded into Custody
Three Hong Kong speech therapists who have been accused of sedition after publishing children’s books featuring sheep and wolves have had their bail revoked by the West Kowloon Magistrates Courts.  Fong Tsz-ho, 26, Sidney Ng...
TOKYO, JAPAN - AUGUST 08: Team United States poses after the Group All-Around Final at Ariake Gymnastics Centre on August 08, 2021 in Tokyo, Japan.
Communist China Attempts to Bolster Its Olympic Medal Count by Including Medals Won by Hong Kong and Taiwan
In a move widely panned as petty and inappropriate for a world superpower, communist China has claimed it has won the most medals at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. It did so by adding medals won...
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Hong Kong Group Famous for Mass Protests Disbands After Coming Under Investigation
In 2003, half a million Hongkongers marched to protest the planned activation of Article 23, which would threaten political freedoms in their city just six years after its return to China from British colonial rule. ...
Chinese spies have been trying to exploit the UK's BN(O) visa scheme, meant for Hongkongers, to gain access to the country.
Chinese Spies Attempt to Infiltrate UK Through Visa Program for Hongkongers
In July last year, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson introduced a new visa plan for BN(O) status holders after Beijing imposed the National Security Law in Hong Kong. The visa plan was launched in January...
Hong Kong’s Largest Union Halts Operations Following State-Backed Media Attacks
Hong Kong’s largest union, The Professional Teachers’ Union (PTU), founded in 1973, seized operations on Tuesday citing “huge pressure” following a series of hit pieces published by the Chinese Communist Party’s state-run media.  Today, the...
A local television crew interview a supporter outside the Next Media and Apple Daily headquarters in Hong Kong on June 22, 2021 as the embattled pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily has been hit by a wave of resignations as authorities push to see the outspoken tabloid silenced.
Hong Kong’s Initium Media Announces Move to Singapore to Evade Communist Censorship
Initium Media, a Hong Kong-based independent media outlet, has announced its plan to relocate out of the city. The decision comes amidst the Chinese Communist Party’s crackdown on press freedoms in Hong Kong following the...
HONG KONG, CHINA - JULY 1: A guest holds a Chinese national flag during a morning flag-raising assembly at a secondary school marking the 24th anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region on July 1, 2021 in Hong Kong, China. Hong Kong marks the 24th anniversary of the handover from Britain.
Investigation Launched After Chinese Anthem Booed, Arrests Made Due to Children’s Books
Hong Kong police have launched an investigation into the booing of the Chinese national anthem. It happened during the screening of an Olympic medal ceremony for Olympic gold medalist fencer Edgar Cheung Ka-long representing Hong...
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Hong Kong’s National Security Council Caught Up in Luxurious Dinner Party Scandal
On July 13, various media reported that three senior Hong Kong security officials and members of Hong Kong's National Security Council had attended a luxurious dinner party held by the mainland real estate company Evergrande...
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Falun Gong Under Renewed Pressure in Hong Kong as Establishment Lawmakers Call for Ban
New security chief declines to comment on legality of spiritual group persecuted in mainland China, but says investigation underway News analysis Falun Gong, the spiritual practice banned and persecuted in mainland China since 1999, is...