Map. History of Hong Kong conflict

22 August 2017
Tens of thousands protest in Hong Kong over jailing of democracy activists
1000s of Hongkongers are protesting following the jailing of 16 pro-democracy activists this week
Hong Kong democracy activist Joshua Wong jailed for unlawful assembly
13 activists who stormed Hong Kong legislature jailed following successful appeal by Justice Dept.
Three people die in blaze in HongKong industrial building, according to initial reports
Hong Kong activist takes legal action after district council's refusal to discuss Tiananmen massacre
Hong Kong police chief promises thorough investigation of alleged assault on activist by Chinese agents
Oil spill closes down Castle Peak Beach in Tuen Mun District
Hong Kong pro-democracy activist claims he was abducted, blindfolded and beaten by mainland China agents
Five beaches reopened after palm oil spill forced them to close: Middle Bay, Turtle Cove, Upper Cheung Sha, Lower Cheung Sha, Tong Fuk
Latest lawmaker ejections a heavy blow to 'Hong Kong independence separatist forces,' claims Beijing's top man
Justice Dept. seeks harsher sentences for @joshuawongcf @nathanlawkc over clash which sparked HongKong's #Occupyhk protests
Hong Kong cleans up 93 tonnes of palm oil, shuts 13 beaches after huge spill
Hong Kong trainee pilot, 19, in critical condition after two-seater plane crashes near Melbourne
HongKong lags behind mainland China when it comes to smart technology, says lawmaker Regina Ip
Hong Kong is looking at setting up a dedicated training college for its 170,000 civil servants
5 men escape into mainland waters after Hong Kong police swoop on alleged smuggling job
Hong Kong records ‘serious’ air pollution levels as Nesat and Haitang whip up unhealthy conditions amid heat
"We will be back. We will prevail": Disqualified Hong Kong lawmakers bid farewell to Legco
Steady stream of mourners for #LiuXiabo bringing downtown Hong Kong to a rare quiet. Almost no talking among the marches in sign of respect
Somber mood as Hong Kong vigil march for #LiuXiabo begins. Everyone is completely silent.
Over 1,000 people in Hong Kong about to start a march in remembrance of #LiuXiaobo and calling for the release of #LiuXia
Protests and mourning have already started in Hongkong following the death in custody of Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo.
Two Hong Kong workers dead, one missing, after falling into 5m-deep hole filled with water
China's first aircraft carrier visits Hong Kong, received a few hundred visitors
Main structure of world's longest cross-sea bridge linking Hong Kong, Zhuhai and Macao was finished
Carrier-based J-15 aircrafts
The chinese aircraft carrier Liaoning and the escort vessels arrived in Hong Kong this morning, and will be open to the public this weekend.
President Xi Jinping says Hong Kong is freer than ever before but warns against 'impermissible' challenges to Beijing's authority
Hong Kong enjoys advantages of 'One Country, Two Systems', says Chinese President Xi Jinping