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Hong Kong’s New CE John Lee Was Criticized for Emulating CCP’s Wolf Warrior Diplomacy
The newly appointed Chief Executive of Hong Kong, John Lee Ka-chiu attended his first Legislative Council Q&A session on July 6, 2022. When Lee was asked by Chan Siu-hung, a ...
July 10, 2022
Hong Kong Exile Fled to Canada for Asylum, Says CCP Destroyed the Future of Hong Kong Youth
Wong Yee, an exile who used to frequent anti-extradition protests as a backup for her comrades, has recently ...
July 4, 2022
Public Broadcaster RTHK Boss Appointed Hong Kong Security Chief, Raising Concerns
The Hong Kong government recently announced a new round of switching of their upper management, including the appointment ...
July 1, 2022
‘Hongkongers Were Taught a Lesson: Never Discuss Democracy and Human Rights Again,’ Says Pro-Beijing Lawmaker
Rita Fan Tsui Lai-tai, a member of the CCP's rubber-stamp legislature, looked back on the past 25-years since ...
June 29, 2022
British Academy Award Winning Director Produces Pro-CCP Documentaries
With only a few days to go before the 25th anniversary of the handover of Hong Kong's sovereignty, ...
June 26, 2022
Opinion: Terror Attacks on Hong Kong’s Protest Movement More Horrific Than Tangshan Restaurant
News analysis On June 10, 2022, a violent physical assault of four women took place in a restaurant ...
June 23, 2022
Restructuring Hong Kong’s Civil Society: From the Perspective of Food Trucks
Commentary "Repower Hkers: Reviving Civic Rights for Hongkongers," a seven-session forum held in a school in Hayes, London ...
June 19, 2022
Hong Kong Football Team Advance to Asian Cup Finals After 54 Year Wait
The Hong Kong Football Team has once again succeeded to book a spot in next year’s Asian Cup ...
June 18, 2022
Singer-Songwriter Pays Tribute to Hong Kong Protests and Hongkongers; New MV by Namewee Banned by China
Commemorating the 3rd anniversary of Hong Kong’s anti-extradition movement, Taiwan-based Malaysian singer-songwriter Wee Meng Chee, popularly known by ...
June 16, 2022
Most New Hong Kong Immigrants to UK Doing Well Mentally, but 1 in 4 Have PTSD Symptoms: Survey
Most Hongkongers who immigrated to the U.K. after Beijing imposed a sweeping security law on the city in ...
June 3, 2022
Award-Winning Hong Kong Protest Documentaries Sold Out in New York
NEW YORK—The third CineCina Film Festival in New York ended on Sept. 12 after three days and six ...
September 14, 2021
Ex-Hong Kong Lawmaker Charged With Leaking Information About Alleged Police Misconduct
Lam Cheuk-ting, a former lawmaker of the Hong Kong Democratic Party, was arrested by Hong Kong’s anti-corruption agency ...
December 29, 2020
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