Hong Kong

Trump Supporters' Group Edits Greta Thunberg's Image On Time Cover

Earlier this week, 16-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg was named Time's Person of the Year, defeating four other finalists, including US President Donald Trump, Speaker of the US House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi, the Hong Kong...
Related topics: Donald Trump, Activism, Nancy Pelosi, Protests

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Hong Kong Police Report Second Bomb Plot Foiled

Hong Kong Police Report Second Bomb Plot Foiled With the Hong Kong protests showing no sign of letting up, a new narrative has emerged; that anti-government activists are "sliding into terrorism with home-made bombs" designed to inflict...
Related topics: Police, Protests, Activism, Terrorism

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Hong Kong Leader Lam Visits Beijing As Pressure Mounts At Home

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam visited Beijing on Saturday for her first trip to the Chinese capital since her government was handed a crushing defeat in local elections last month, prompting speculation about changes to her leadership team.During a...
Related topics: China, Beijing

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Reuters' Distributor Blocked Company's Hong Kong Protest News

As anti-government demonstrations engulfed Hong Kong in August, Reuters broke a sensitive story: Beijing had rejected a secret proposal by city leader Carrie Lam to meet several of the protesters' demands in a bid to defuse the unrest.    The...
Related topics: Reuters, Protests, China, Beijing

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Why Tencent Holdings Is A Better Investment Than Tencent Music

Tencent Holdings (OTC: TCEHY), one of the top tech companies in China, only trades in Hong Kong and over-the-counter markets. But last December, Tencent spun off its majority-owned music streaming unit, Tencent Music (NYSE: TME), in an IPO on...
Related topics: China, US Equity Markets, Initial Public Offering

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China Slams Us’ ‘paranoid Behaviour’ Over Hong Kong And Uighur Minority

In late November, the US House of Representatives passed two bills to sanction Chinese and Hong Kong officials involved in alleged human rights abuse and to ban export of crowd control weapons to the city’s police that can be used to crack down on...
Related topics: China, Human Rights, Police

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Sleek Raises $5m To Help Companies Incorporate And Operate In Singapore And Hong Kong

Sleek, a startup that is making it easier for other startups and companies to incorporate and operate in Singapore and Hong Kong, said today it has extended its seed financing round to raise $5 million. The extended seed round for the two-year-old...
Related topics: Singapore, Startup

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Thousands Attend Service For Hong Kong Student Who Died During Clashes

Thousands of Hong Kongers formed long lines to attend a memorial service on Thursday for a student whose death led to some of the most violent clashes in six months of democracy protests.Alex Chow, 22, died last month from head injuries sustained...
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Trump Mocks Greta Thunberg’s Time Person Of The Year Honor: 'so Ridiculous'

President Trump on Thursday mocked Greta Thunberg after the Swedish teenage climate activist was named Time magazine’s Person of the Year, edging out finalists including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Hong Kong protesters — and him.Read more...
Related topics: Activism, Nancy Pelosi, Protests

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Battle-scarred: The Lasting Impact Of The Polyu Campus Siege On Hong Kong’s Protesters

Students share harrowing tales of escape and traumaProtesters outside Polytechnic University who attempted to help trapped protesters escape the siege. Photo: Holmes Chan/HKFP. The following post written by Holmes Chan and Jennifer Creery takes a...
Related topics: Protests, World Photos

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Foreign Experts Quit Hong Kong Police Oversight Board

 A group of international law enforcement experts recruited by Hong Kong's police watchdog unit have quit, citing concerns about the unit's independence.In a statement issued Wednesday announcing their resignations, the experts said there was a...
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Russia Is Beijing’s Best Ally In The Disinformation War Against Hong Kong

The Hong Kong protests have hidden leaders. US officials are “openly colluding” with the movement. And the demonstrators could “destroy” Hong Kong. Sound familiar? That’s Beijing’s line on the six months of...
Related topics: Russia, China, Beijing, Protests

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Hong Kong Chief Executive Calls Sunday Protests 'relatively Calm And Peaceful'

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam has stated that the mass protests held in the city over the weekend went relatively smoothly, and announced her plans to pay a duty visit to Beijing this week to report on the current situation.
Related topics: Protests, Russia, Moscow, China, Beijing

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Hong Kong Police Defuse 2 Homemade Bombs On College Campus

Hong Kong police say they defused two large homemade bombs packed with nails on a college campus.Police say bomb disposal officers rushed to Wah Yan College in  Wanchai district Tuesday after a janitor noticed the devices.Monday evening's discovery...
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Hong Kong’s Protest Movement And The Fight For The City’s Soul

After six months of unrest, anti-Beijing protesters are increasingly unwilling to compromise, Jiayang Fan writes.
Related topics: Protests, China, Beijing

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Hundreds Of Thousands Of Protesters Pack Hong Kong Streets

Hundreds of thousands of protesters packed the streets of Hong Kong on Sunday to mark six months of an unprecedented, sweeping anti-government movement in this Chinese-ruled, semi-autonomous city.The police-sanctioned march on Sunday which started...
Related topics: Protests, Police

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Hongkongers Are Fighting To Keep What They Have

The protests in Hong Kong, which started in early June, were sparked by a bill that would have allowed China and Taiwan to extradite suspected criminals residing in Hong Kong. But the protests are about much more than that. The extradition bill was...
Related topics: Protests, China, Taiwan

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Mass Rally Marks Six-month Anniversary Of Hong Kong Protest Movement

Hong Kong democracy protesters are hoping for huge crowds later Sunday at a rally they have billed as a “last chance” for the city’s pro-Beijing leaders in a major test for the six-month-old movement. The march comes two weeks...
Related topics: Anniversaries, Protests, China, Beijing

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Pro-government Protesters Denounce Hong Kong 'rioters'

Only after finding safety in numbers, joining hundreds of other pro-government protesters in Hong Kong on Saturday, did Reddy Lin drum up the courage to slip into her red T-shirt marked, “China, I love you” and glue a heart-shaped Chinese-flag...
Related topics: Protests, China

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Donald Trump Calls For World Bank To Stop Loaning Money To China, Says It Has ‘plenty’

China and United States have been engaged in a bitter economic and diplomatic row due to an ongoing trade war and Washington’s support for violent protests in China’s special administrative region Hong Kong.
Related topics: Donald Trump, China, Protests

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