23 October 2021
[email protected] to warn US companies of risks of operating in HongKong over concerns re China counter-sanctions law & national security law to data security. Will also issue separate warning to US companies on Xinjiang today
3 month ago
Covid-19: Infection of airport worker ends Hong Kong's 33-day run with zero local cases
Hong Kong court orders barrister who organised Tiananmen vigil to remain in custody
3 month ago
Outspoken professor Johannes Chan leaves HKU post after contract expires
EU's top diplomat @JosepBorrellF had a video call with Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi today. "Borrell said differences should not prevent contact and exchange between the two sides", per Chinese readout. EU version yet to emerge
European Parliament resolution on Hong Kong, notably case of Apple Daily, passes with a majority 578 for 29 against - calls for sanctions on HK / Chinese officials - Beijing Winter Olympic boycott - emergency visas for HK journalists - support for HKers moving to EU
Two new buildings in Tai Wai to be demolished and rebuilt over safety concerns3 month ago
Two new buildings in Tai Wai to be demolished and rebuilt over safety concerns
Hong Kong security chief condemns 'pariahs' mourning man who stabbed police officer
"It is consistent with the powerful, dangerous and unstable high-explosive, TATP." Hong Kong police say they've arrested 9 people, including 6 students over an alleged "car bomb" plot involving homemade explosives
Six secondary school children were among nine Hong Kongers arrested on terror charges for allegedly trying to manufacture a powerful explosive, police say
3 month ago
Hong Kong police arrest nine suspected of terrorist activities
Hong Kong police arrest 9 over alleged terrorist bomb plot
HONG KONG ALLIANCE Vice President Chow Hang-Tung has been denied bail and is immediately detained until July 30 for court. Chow is charged with inciting others to participate unlawful assemblies.
Hong Kong police thwart Handover anniversary demos, 11 arrested for 'handing out seditious publications' under colonial-era law
Police say they arrested a man for alleged possession of an imitation firearm as people "gathered and chanted slogan[s] loudly in Causeway Bay" at 3pm. The force added they will have "zero tolerance towards any illegal acts"
Policemen all in a sudden charged into Fashion Walk in Causeway Bay and had a big chase down the hallway , through a clothing shop, and eventually caught a teenage boy, who was apparently frightened and shaking. The boy was let go and escorted away by some sympathetic onlookers
Activist Grandma Wong is taken away as police make arrests in Causeway Bay. The force warns that officers will be intercepting any suspicious people they find
Reporters Without Borders has called for the release of ex-lawmaker & press freedom advocate Claudia Mo, also a former journalist. She has been detained for four months and faces a life sentence under the national security law, @RSF_eastasia said
Police create a cordon on Great George Street in Causeway Bay just now and tell journalists to go back to the pavement
Leo Tang (right) of the HongKong Confederation of Trade Unions said three members tried to set up a street booth outside the SOGO Mall in Causeway Bay but was surrounded by police when their materials arrived at the scene
Two arrested after Hong Kong police seize explosives and suspected firearms
China: Hong Kong police arrested 1 democracy activist again after revoking her bail Wednesday June 30, on the eve of a sensitive double anniversary of the city's handover to China and the centenary of the Communist Party
3 month ago
Hong Kong media group Next Digital, which publishes Apple Daily, to stop operating from tomorrow: Reuters
Hong Kong security law created a 'human rights emergency', Amnesty says
Next Digital plans to sell online edition of Taiwanese Apple Daily, after its printed edition was ended. (The Hong Kong Apple Daily was closed of course)
Hong Kong man arrested under British colonial laws over 'seditious stickers'
'Dismantling a free society': Human rights NGO slams Hong Kong's security law as 'erasing' basic freedoms
Hong Kong bans flights from UK over Delta Covid-19 variant3 month ago
Hong Kong bans flights from UK over Delta Covid-19 variant
Hong Kong police ban annual July 1 democracy demo, citing Covid-19
Torrential rain battered Hong Kong this morning, looks like it's triggered dangerous flash flooding in Lantau (which has a history of nasty floods)3 month ago
Torrential rain battered Hong Kong this morning, looks like it's triggered dangerous flash flooding in Lantau (which has a history of nasty floods)
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