The following censorship instructions, issued to the media by government authorities, have been...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 13, 2011
Human Rights Watch has called for an investigation into alleged police mistreatment of participants and journalists at July 1st protests in Hong Kong. Journalists have alleged that police at the scene unnecessarily used pepper...
by Sophie Beach | Jun 21, 2010
From Asia Sentinel: Clever divide-and-rule tactics by Beijing have split the pro-democracy camp in Hong Kong and assured passage of what passes for political reform in the territory. The now-certain passage of the electoral...
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Theresa Tang and Kelvin Wong report for Bloomberg: Hong Kong will suspend classes at all primary schools, kindergartens and childcare centers for 14 days starting tomorrow after a confirmed cluster of swine flu cases, Chief...
by Paulina Hartono | May 15, 2009
Hong Kong Chief Executive Donald Tsang is coming under heat after he made remarks that “Hong Kong people will make an objective assessment of the nation’s development” when they look back on the June 4th...
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Hong Kong’s pro-democracy opposition voted down a modest political reform plan Wednesday that it described as an attempt to sidestep public demands
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