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HONG KONG, Sept 12 (SCMP): The Hollywood studio is battling critics, Covid-19 and its own questionable decisionsDisney is latest US company to be called out for callousness and myopia regarding Xinjiang human rights issues
BANGKOK/HONG KONG (Reuters) - As Hong Kong pro-democracy advocates voiced support for Thai anti-government protests at the weekend, they used the hashtag #MilkTeaAlliance.
IT is heartening to see that millennials the world over are finally taking over and beginning to shake things up. After much handwringing about their alleged general lack of commitment and entitled narcissism, members of this generation have begun to step up to the plate and make attempts to prove those stereotypes wrong.
HONG KONG (Reuters): Two dozen people in Hong Kong, including pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong, have been charged with participating in an illegal assembly at a vigil on June 4 commemorating the crackdown on protesters in and around Beijing's Tiananmen square in 1989.
HONG KONG, Aug 4 (AFP): China's new security law has cast a threatening shadow over Hong Kong's dynamic book industry, with anxious publishers combing through back catalogues for potentially "subversive" material, and looking to Taiwan as a safe haven for printing fresh titles.
HONG KONG (China Daily/ann): The Hong Kong government said on Thursday that 12 opposition candidates in an upcoming election for seats in the city’s legislature have been disqualified and that more could face a similar decision in the near term.
HONG KONG (Reuters): Hong Kong police have arrested four people aged 16-21 for suspected offences under the city's new national security law, the first such detentions outside of street protests since the legislation took effect a month ago.
HONG KONG, July 28 (dpa): Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam on Tuesday was set to discuss a potential postponement of the September Legislative Council (LegCo) elections by up to a year with the Executive Council, according to reports.
HONG KONG, July 12 (Bloomberg): Almost 230,000 people voted on Saturday in primaries held by Hong Kong’s pro-democracy opposition parties, exceeding expectations for the total turnout at the two-day event, Radio Television Hong Kong reported, citing organisers.
HONG KONG (China Daily/ANN): Hong Kong Executive Councillor Wong Kwok-kin said fear of an end to their once-uncontrolled spying and intelligence activities in Hong Kong makes Western countries fret over the National Security Law.