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Hong Kong National Security Law
How the Chinese Regime Plans to Destroy Our Civil Liberties
Commentary The Hong Kong of just a decade ago is unrecognizable from the Hong Kong of today. With the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) busy revising university curriculums, collective patriotism has ...
October 4, 2021
John Mac Ghlionn
New Hong Kong Electors Chosen, With Only 1 Opposition Member
HONG KONG—The 1,500-member panel that picks Hong Kong’s next leader will have only one opposition-leaning member, according to ...
September 20, 2021
The Associated Press
Reporter’s Travel Documents Seized After Filming Assault on Hong Kong Police
The Hong Kong Journalists Association (HKJA) issued a statement on July 27, protesting the Hong Kong police searching ...
July 30, 2021
Authorities Destroy River Dikes Amid Floods
Chinese authorities send excavators to destroy a riverbank in Henan Province. But when locals tried to stop them, ...
July 27, 2021
Expert Shares Analysis on Hong Kong’s Economic Data after US Warning on Business Risks
After the U.S. State Department on July 16 issued a warning for multinational companies in Hong Kong, reminding ...
July 25, 2021
Is Inner Mongolia the Next Setback in China’s Attempt at Extra-territorial Policing?
Commentary Mere weeks ago, the Swedish migration board decided to put the deportation to China of an Inner ...
July 15, 2021
Judge Rules That 47 Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Activists’ Cases Will Resume in September
A judge ruled on July 8 that court cases for 47 Hong Kong pro-democracy activists will resume in late ...
July 9, 2021
Hong Kong’s Emigration Wave Continues, With UK and Taiwan First Choices
Hong Kong's new National Security Law has changed the region's social climate and triggered a new wave of ...
July 8, 2021
In China, the Pot Is Calling the Kettle Black
Commentary After 26 years in operation, Hong Kong's pro-democracy Apple Daily was forced to shut down on June ...
July 2, 2021
Hong Kong Journalists Association Issued Statement to Defend Freedom of Press
The Hong Kong National Security law that was introduced last June is stifling freedom of the press in ...
June 29, 2021
Southern Chinese City Faces Flooding, Virus Spread
Beijing furthers its narratives in the West—with help from Western faces. A Chinese state-owned media is recruiting overseas ...
June 22, 2021
Under Increasing Political Pressure, 40 Percent of Hong Kong’s Teachers Intend to Leave Education Sector
After the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) forcibly implemented the Hong Kong National Security Law, the education sector in ...
May 18, 2021
‘Staying in Hong Kong is a Dead End’: Hong Kong Father and Son Seek Asylum in US
Both arrested for a major protest in Hong Kong, a father and son are seeking asylum in the ...
April 15, 2021
Hundreds of Hong Kong Civil Servants May Lose Jobs for Refusing to Pledge Allegiance to CCP
Many public servants in Hong Kong may be forced to quit their jobs because they refused to pledge ...
March 11, 2021
Former HK Lawmaker Arrives in Australia to Lobby for Firmer Action Against Beijing
Hong Kong lawmaker and pro-democracy activist Ted Hui has been granted a travel exemption by the Australian government ...
March 9, 2021
Daniel Y. Teng
Ottawa Must Create Asylum Pathways For Hongkongers Fleeing Persecution, Committee Hears
Canada’s current immigration and refugee policies need to include a dedicated pathway for Hongkongers fleeing persecution, a parliamentary ...
February 2, 2021
Hongkongers’ Battleground Under the Draconian National Security Law
Commentary Hong Kong authorities arrested 53 pro-democracy figures earlier this month, on the grounds that they responded to ...
January 15, 2021
UK, Australia, US, and Canada Decry National Security Law After Mass Arrests in Hong Kong
The countries of Australia, Canada, UK, and the United States have voiced further criticism of Hong Kong's National ...
January 10, 2021
Hong Kong Media Tycoon Jimmy Lai Resigns as Chairman of Next Digital
Jimmy Lai, the founder of Next Digital, has resigned as the chairman of the company while he faces ...
December 30, 2020
UK Slams Beijing’s ‘Substantive Breaches’ of Joint Declaration on Hong Kong
British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has criticised the Chinese regime’s “substantive breaches” of the Sino-British Joint Declaration on ...
November 23, 2020
Canada Should Prepare for ‘Large Numbers’ of Hong Kong Asylum Seekers, Parliamentary Committee Hears
Canada should be prepared for “large numbers” of asylum seekers to arrive from Hong Kong in the coming ...
November 9, 2020
Hong Kong’s Struggle a Lesson for the World: Canada-Led Panel Discussion
Beijing’s actions in Hong Kong should be concerning for all Canadians, as well as all free peoples, says ...
September 22, 2020
EU Wants Hong Kong’s Rights to Be Respected: German Foreign Minister
The European Union remains concerned about the Hong Kong national security law and wants Hongkongers' rights promised in ...
September 1, 2020
Italian Foreign Minister: Hong Kong’s Freedoms Must Be Respected
Hong Kong citizens' rights and freedoms must be respected, Italian Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio said on Tuesday ...
August 25, 2020
Canada Should Be Proactive in Uniting With Allies Against Beijing, Says MP
As many countries around the world reassess their relationship with the Chinese Communist regime, Canada is in a ...
August 21, 2020
Beijing Has Thrown Out the Rulebook in Hong Kong, Says Democracy Advocate
Recent events in Hong Kong have shown that Beijing has now abandoned any semblance of following the rules ...
August 20, 2020
Canada-China Committee Unanimously Passes Motion to Support Sino-Tibetan Dialogue
The Special Committee on Canada-China Relations (CACN) unanimously passed a motion in support of the Sino-Tibetan Dialogue on ...
August 19, 2020
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