Hong Kong protests

Hong Kong pushes for CCTV cameras in classrooms to monitor teachers' speech

"The recordings can help schools monitor their teaching, and can also prove some innocent if they are smeared," Cheung said as quoted by SCMP.

published on : 22nd January 2021

China's Hong Kong crackdown escalates as 53 arrested over involvement in unofficial polls

At least seven members of Hong Kong's largest Democratic Party, the city's largest opposition party, were arrested, including former party chairman Wu Chi-wai.

published on : 6th January 2021

China to put sanctions on US officials over Hong Kong moves

The US had said that it was freezing any US assets and barring travel to the United States for 14 vice chairs of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress.

published on : 10th December 2020

China can't be trusted, Xi's dictatorship thuggish: Britain last HK governor

A third example of the CPC's dishonesty is its full-frontal assault on Hong Kong's autonomy, freedom, and rule of law, he asserted.

published on : 1st October 2020

Hong Kong police arrest 16 people including two opposition lawmakers over 2019 protest charges

Posts on Lam's Twitter account said he had been arrested on charges of conspiring with others to damage property and obstructing the course of justice during a protest in July 2019.

published on : 26th August 2020

Hong Kong police help #HKIndependence trend on Twitter

Hong Kong's Twitter warriors were quick to pounce, many of them mocking the city's police force for helping to make the phrase go viral.

published on : 30th July 2020

Four aged 16-21 arrested under new Hong Kong security law for online posts

The 1-month-old law has chilled pro-democracy protesting as activists along with academics and others wonder if their activities could be targeted.

published on : 30th July 2020

Hong Kong protester arrested onboard London-bound flight on suspicion of stabbing police

About 370 people were arrested during and after Wednesday's protests against the law being imposed by China to curb activities surrounding the anti-government protests ongoing since June 2020.

published on : 2nd July 2020

China warns of visa bans on Americans over Hong Kong

It comes as China’s legislature is expected to pass a national security law for Hong Kong on Tuesday that critics say will severely limit opposition politics and freedom of speech in the city.

published on : 29th June 2020

Britain must act against China's intention to destroy Hong Kong autonomy: UK MP Stewart McDonald

McDonald called on the UK government to 'match the courage of the protesters and not kowtow to China's bullying'.

published on : 27th June 2020

China passes draft of controversial Hong Kong national security bill

The bill covers four categories of crimes: succession; subversion of state power; local terrorist activities, and collaborating with foreign or external foreign forces to endanger national security.

published on : 18th June 2020

China to handle some Hong Kong national security cases: Official

Deng Zhonghua, deputy head of China's Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office, said enforcing the national security law would largely fall to Hong Kong's local authorities and police.

published on : 15th June 2020

Hong Kong protest marks anniversary of violent police clash

Police banned the annual vigil for the first time in three decades, citing public health concerns over the coronavirus pandemic.

published on : 12th June 2020

Shinzo Abe says Japan will lead G7 statement on Hong Kong

Beijing continues to say that the unrest is a result of international interference and claims to respect the 'one country, two systems' principle.

published on : 10th June 2020

Chinese Ambassador to Russia blames America for protests in Hong Kong

The ambassador went on to claim that "Americans and Westerners" are funding, arming and training the Hong Kong protesters.

published on : 10th June 2020
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