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Beijing blasts ‘criminal record’ of US in Hong Kong with list detailing more than 100 examples of alleged interference
If face-to-face meeting between Xi Jinping and Joe Biden takes place, foreign ministry statement signals Hong Kong off-limits, source saysSection on ‘unfounded charges’, which includes US consul’s description of local elections as ‘meaningless’ following radical overhaul, the lengthiest
HONG KONG (Reuters): Hong Kong media group Next Digital Ltd announced on Sunday (Sept 5) that it aimed to go into liquidation and its board of directors had resigned to facilitate the process.
Fans of Infinite noticed similarities between the melody of Chou’s unreleased song and the prelude of the group’s popular 2011 track 'Julia'.
Hong Kong creative industry ‘shrouded in worries and fears’ amid chilling effect of ‘red lines’ under national security law
Creative community comes to grips with new censorship landscape and complaints from government supportersObservers see shades of mainland’s Cultural Revolution as films are blocked, books are targeted
Hong Kong activists are creating a virtual Noah's Ark to preserve a record of their protests, as China moves to outlaw the physical symbols including an opposition newspaper and a museum.
PETALING JAYA: Star Media Group (SMG) is a silver medal winner at the prestigious WAN-IFRA Digital Media Awards Asia 2021.
HONG KONG (Bloomberg): A pair of Hong Kong activists identified Jimmy Lai and a former aide as "masterminds” in campaign to sanction China, as part of plea deal that strengthens the government’s national security case against the jailed media tycoon.
Kacey Wong predicts that critical political art will slowly disappear from Hong Kong
HONG KONG (Reuters): A Hong Kong judge cleared on Thursday (Aug 5) singer and pro-democracy activist Anthony Wong of a charge of "corrupt conduct" filed this week by the city's anti-corruption watchdog over an appearance at an opposition election rally in 2018.
It is illegal under Hong Kong law to use food, drink, or entertainment for the purpose of influencing how another person might vote.