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China could feel pinch from losing Hong Kong as free finance hub
Hong Kong’s currency, equity and debt markets is used to attract foreign funds to the mainland
Court told Tony Chung may plead guilty to secession - RTHK
The District Court on Tuesday heard that former student activist Tony Chung may plead guilty to secession and one count of money laundering. The forme...
Hong Kong airport to resume limited transit services
Transit services to partly resume on June 1, chief executive announces; karaoke lounges and nightclubs to reopen on Friday
Hong Kong unveils terms of vaccine compensation
The Hong Kong government has unveiled compensation terms for anyone with severe side-effects of Covid-19 vaccines, aiming to increase people’s confidence in getting inoculated. The maximum payout w…
Dutch would-be teacher charged with arson over weekend Mong Kok protest | Coconuts Hong Kong
A Dutch would-be teacher was among four defendants charged in West Kowloon Court yesterday in relation to a pro-democracy protest in Mong Kok that turned violent over the weekend, seeing 115 people arrested The man, surnamed De Bruin, was...
Hundreds take part in citywide Mother’s Day protests, leading to 230 arrests (PHOTOS) | Coconuts Hong Kong
Following weeks of sing-along protests, police misconduct, and a chaotic LegCo meeting which saw 10 pan-democrats forcibly ejected from the chamber, hundreds of Hong Kong’s protesters turned out to shopping malls across the city yesterday to voice...
ナチスの思想家を尊敬する中国の「御用学者」たち─習近平の「独裁」を全力応援 | 香港の「国家安全法」施行でも暗躍
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Malgré l’interdiction, Hongkong commémore en masse Tian’anmen
REPORTAGE. Pour la première fois depuis 1989, les autorités hongkongaises ont interdit la veillée du 4 juin. Les citoyens ont bravé l’interdiction en masse.
Hongkong : Jimmy Lai déterminé à « se battre » pour la liberté de la presse
Le magnat des médias a été libéré sous caution ce mardi 11 août. La salle de rédaction de son journal avait été perquisitionnée.
Poussée de fièvre à Hong Kong après un projet de reprise en main par Pékin - Valeurs actuelles
Hong Kong est en état d’alerte. Non comme on aurait pu le craindre en raison d’une crise sanitaire mal maitrisée de l’épidémie de Covid-19, (seulement 4 décès et 1066 cas...
Hong Kong, Ouïghours, propagande sur le Covid… « La Chine prépare tranquillement un IVe Reich ! » - Valeurs actuelles
Alors que Tik Tok est soupçonnée de piller les données personnelles de ses utilisateurs, voire d’être un instrument insidieux de colonisation des jeunes esprits occidentaux par la Chine, l’application chinoise...
Loi sur la sécurité nationale à Hong Kong : la police dotée de vastes pouvoirs de surveillance
Le chef de la police a notamment reçu le pouvoir de contrôler et de supprimer sur internet toute information s’il existe des motifs raisonnables de
Étudiant, magnat de la presse, chanteuse : qui sont les emblèmes du mouvement pro-démocratie à Hong-Kong ?
Depuis le début de la contestation à Hong-Kong en mars 2019, des militants se sont imposés comme des figures du mouvement pro-démocratie.
Tres años de cárcel para estudiante independentista hongkonés | DW | 24.11.2021
Tony Chung fue declarado culpable por secesión; fue detenido en octubre de 2020 cerca del Consulado de EE.UU. en Hong Kong.
Hong Kong: teenage student charged with secession
A teenage former activist leader in Hong Kong has become the first public political figure to be prosecuted under a national security law imposed by Beijing. Tony Chung was trying to seek asylum at the US Consulate.
Lam warnt vor “sehr ernsten Konsequenzen”
Hongkongs Führung versucht sich im Spagat zwischen Abwiegeln und Drohen, wenn es um das sogenannte Sicherheitsgesetz geht. Die Behörden greifen rasch und massiv in Freiheitsrechte ein - das spüren sogar Bibliotheken.
Hongkong autonómiája romokban: Kína már nem csak a briteket, az ausztrálokat is fenyegeti
Ellenlépéseket tervez Peking mindazon országokkal szemben, ahol menedéket kínálnak az egykori brit koronagyarmat lakóinak.
Google non fornirà più i dati dei suoi utenti alle autorità di Hong Kong - Wired
La decisione di Google segue quella dei principali social network in rotta con la Cina. Le autorità della città-stato potrebbero rispondere boicottando l’azienda in tutto il paese
A Hong Kong 53 arresti dopo le nuove proteste contro la legge sulla sicurezza
È di 53 arresti per assemblea illegale il bilancio delle proteste di ieri a Hong Kong contro la legge sulla sicurezza nazionale nell’ex colonia britannica che Pechino si appresta a varare in questi giorni. I preparativi per il voto sono già in corso, ed entro domani potrebbe arrivare una decis…
A Hong Kong 4 studenti sono stati arrestati per sostegno al terrorismo
Volevano ricordare un manifestante che ha accoltellato un poliziotto prima di uccidersi, ora rischiano tra 5 e 10 anni di carcere
Settemila poliziotti schierati. A Hong Kong ancora vietato ricordare Tienanmen (di M. Lupis)
Scattano i poteri previsti dalla legge sulla sicurezza nazionale. Ma c’è ancora chi, come “Nonna Wong”, non si fa spaventare
Pro-Democracy Media Tycoon Arrested Under Security Law In Hong Kong
Jimmy Lai, a prominent pro-democracy media tycoon, has been arrested in Hong Kong under a controversial new security law
UK ruled Hong Kong without a trace of democracy or human rights but is now ‘deeply concerned’ at China’s security proposals
The British and American governments would not tolerate violent protests in their own countries but, when it comes to Hong Kong they beat the imperial drum for “democracy” and “human rights.”
China: La ley de seguridad nacional no debe convertirse en instrumento de miedo
Ante la aprobación de una ley de seguridad nacional para Hong Kong, hoy, por el Comité Permanente de la Asamblea Nacional Popular de China, Joshua Rosenzweig, director del equipo de China de Amnistía Internacional, ha afirmado:
Hong Kong: Pro-democracy activist Tony Chung jailed under security law
The 20-year-old is the youngest person jailed under strict national security laws imposed by Beijing.
Hong Kong: US issues warning on business risks
The US has issued an advisory for businesses after China imposed a national security law there last year.
Jimmy Lai: Hong Kong tycoon found not guilty in intimidation trial
The court ruled the Hong Kong entrepreneur was not guilty over an incident three years ago.
Hong Kong: People invited to snitch on their neighbours
A hotline is set up that allows people to report breaches of the national security law anonymously.
Tony Chung: Hong Kong activist detained near US consulate charged
Tony Chung was detained as he reportedly planned to claim asylum at the US consulate.
Hong Kong latest: Boris Johnson offers refuge to 3 million after China crackdown
Boris Johnson is pledging to let up to three million Hong Kong citizens live and work in the UK as China enforces its authoritarian security clampdown. The Prime Minister lashed out as clashes broke out in the former British territory over communist China’s new powers to punish political dissent.
Laura Kuenssberg news: PM’s move to welcome Hong Kong residents is ‘testament’ to Brexit | UK | News | Express.co.uk
LAURA Kuenssberg has outlined why the UK’s ability to welcome Hong Kong citizens into its borders is ‘testament’ to Brexit.
Police in Hong Kong ‘search Liverpool fan for celebrating title’
The man reportedly shouted ‘long live Liverpool’ when police rushed towards him
Fears grow that Hong Kong crackdown will spread
The political upheavals in Hong Kong are being viewed with extreme concern in Macao, according to a missionary based in the territory.
China could stop Hong Kong residents moving to UK as it threatens ‘corresponding measures’
Police in Hong Kong clashed with protesters overnight.
American citizen in Hong Kong says the U.S. embassy denied him refuge
Ansen Wong, an American citizen living in Hong Kong, China, said he was turned away from the U.S. consulate after seeking asylum there. He’s facing prosecution for taking part in pro-democracy protests.
Hong Kong anti mask law part of the slow paralysis of city
North-East travel writer Tommy Walker, who is in Hong Kong, discusses the controversial anti-mask law for protestors which came into effect at the…
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Hong Kong Authorities Have ‘No Mercy’ as Cancer-Stricken Activist Arrested
Koo Sze-yiu, a veteran pro-democracy activist in Hong Kong, was arrested by national security authorities on Friday.
Trapped in a hotel room: my scientific life in the pandemic
Jen Lewendon’s move from the United Kingdom for a postdoc restricted her travel and led to extended stints in quarantine. Here’s what the experience taught her.
Hong Kong Activist Sentenced to 43 Months Under National Security Law
Tony Chung has been in prison since his arrest outside the U.S. Embassy in Hong Kong last year
Cựu thủ lãnh nhóm độc lập Hong Kong bị tuyên 43 tháng tù
Hôm 23/11, cựu lãnh đạo của nhóm ủng hộ độc lập Studentlocalism ở Hong Kong đã bị kết án tổng cộng 43 tháng tù giam vì tội cố ý chia tách Hong Kong ra khỏi Trung Quốc và tội rửa tiền.
Former Hong Kong independence group leader gets 43 months under security law
Tony Chung, the former leader of Hong Kong pro-independence group Studentlocalism, was sentenced on Tuesday to a total of 43 months in prison under the national security law.
Hong Kong jails 20-year-old activist under national security law
The former leader of Hong Kong pro-independence group Studentlocalism was sentenced on Tuesday to a total of 43 months in prison for trying to separate the city from China, and for money laundering.
Hong Kong Activists Feel Pressure as Chinese Authorities Approach Relatives in Mainland China
Organizer of student political group is latest activist under threat of violating the National Security Law
HSBC crushes 1H profit estimates and slashes bad loan provisions
Pretax profit for the first half of the year more than doubled to $10.8 billion, compared with the $4.32 billion posted for the same time last year.
Letters from Hong Kong’s jails
In the year since Beijing imposed a national security law in Hong Kong, the city has been transformed. Dozens of activists and politicians were swept up in a single day as the law took hold. From behind bars, some are trying to break through the silence.
September 15 coronavirus news
The coronavirus pandemic has brought countries to a standstill. In many places, as countries reopen, Covid-19 cases are on the rise. Follow here for the latest.
How History Gets Rewritten
Hong Kong’s leaders and police have sought to recast what has happened in the past year. Even if no one is convinced, it may not matter.
Opinion | The People’s Republic vs. Jimmy Lai
China seeks to imprison a Hong Kong newspaperman and bankrupt his tabloid.
China’s Campaign to Crush Democracy in Hong Kong Is Working
Hong Kong, the freewheeling former British colony, has been brought to heel by a new national security law used to quell street protests, ban foreign lobbying and gut the legislature.
Trump Vs. China Escalates: WH Threatens Sanctions Amid Protest Crackdown, Hong Kong ‘Take-Over’
In response to China's aggressive move to impose a new national security law on Hong Kong that would further the Chinese Communist Party's control of what
Singapore’s central bank says there are no ‘significant’ fund flows from Hong Kong
“We’ve seen increased flows into Singapore from a variety of destinations, of sources and that includes Hong Kong. But the amounts are not large,” said Ravi Menon, managing director of the Monetary Authority of Singapore.
Hong Kong is a ‘pawn’ in U.S.-China rivalry, says former diplomat
The U.S. and China have in recent days clashed over Beijing’s plan to introduce a new national security law in Hong Kong. The U.S. criticized China’s move for undermining Hong Kong’s autonomy, while China accused the U.S. for interfering in its internal affairs.
Hundreds arrested in Hong Kong protests, as analysts weigh in on national security law’s impact
About 370 protesters were arrested in Hong Kong on Wednesday — 10 of them were apprehended for breaching the new security law just one day after it took effect.
Hong Kong legislature surrounded by riot police ahead of expected protests
The proposed new national security laws have triggered the first big street unrest in Hong Kong since last year, when violent protests posed Hong Kong’s biggest crisis since the return of Chinese rule in 1997 from Britain.
Photos show democracy protests reigniting in Hong Kong after China passed a sweeping measure to crush the city’s autonomy
In a landslide vote on Thursday, China passed new national security legislation for Hong Kong that will effectively crush the city’s autonomy.
Photos show thousands of Hong Kongers defying a police order to attend vigils memorializing the victims of the Tienanmen Square massacre
Hong Kong banned residents from memorializing the Tiananmen Square massacre for the first time, but thousands of protesters gathered Thursday anyway.
Why Hong Kong’s untold history of protecting refugee rights matters now in its struggle with China
The cherished legal rights that Beijing seeks to suppress in Hong Kong were established, in part, by Vietnamese asylum-seekers who fought for their freedom in court in the 1980s.
In photos: Thousands gather to honor 31st anniversary of Tiananmen Square massacre
Vigils were held in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Japan.
Congress unanimously approves China sanctions over Hong Kong security law
The bill now goes to President Trump’s desk for a signature.
Hong Kong Protest Anniversary: What’s Changed
Desperation forces some to call for a break from China
Weekly briefing: China’s confidence trick - CapX
It’s a bitter irony that in the week of the world’s most famous independence day, Hong Kong saw what remained of its own freedom snuffed out by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). The word ‘Orwellian’ is overused, but in the case of Beijing’s National Security Law, it is depressingly apt. As Ron Shi…
Hong Kong: has the new law ‘destroyed’ the art scene?
Plus, art historian Alyce Mahon on Leonor Fini’s illustrations. Produced in association with Christie’s
Kelly McParland: Will Canada show some spine, or betray Hong Kong?
When China’s Communist overlords sent tanks into Tiananmen Square in 1989, killing thousands of pro-democracy protesters and setting off an international furor, they adopted a simple strategy: they waited it out. There were sanctions for a while, and top Chinese officials were temporarily treated as…
TikTok, Hong Kong And WeChat - What Is China’s Next Move?
China is now starting to respond to US sanctions on TikTok, WeChat and Hong Kong - what is its next move?
Hong Kong, una ciudad fantasma tras la intervención de China
La controvertida ley de seguridad impuesta por Xi Jinping silenció de un día para otro las masivas y reiteradas protestas democráticas de Hong Kong, que no volverá a ser la misma. La inacción de Occidente tiene temblando a Taiwán.
15-year-old girls are now being arrested in Hong Kong for waving pro-independence flags
China’s new controversial security law for Hong Kong came into effect on Tuesday, and it has had almost an immediate impact on protests.
The Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China and a trifecta of troubles in the US
An anti-China alliance? The Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China brings together politicians from liberal democracies including Canada, Norway, Germany and the US. Labor Senator Kimberly Kitching is the Australian Co-Chair. But as Australia heads into recession, and China increases it’s restriction…