Hong Kong

As Cia Ramps Up Anti-china Actions, Why Doesn't Congress Oppose Biden's "new Cold War"?

We speak with Ethan Paul, a former reporter with the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong who is now with the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft. China’s military revealed last week that it had conducted beach landing and assault...
Related topics: CIA, China, Joe Biden, Military

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U.s. Law Firm Mayer Brown To Cease Work For University Of Hong Kong In Dispute Over Tiananmen...

The move comes after a controversy about a statue commemorating Beijing’s Tiananmen Square massacre that had stood at Hong Kong’s oldest university for 24 years.
Related topics: China, Beijing

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University Of Hong Kong Wants To Remove A Sculpture Commemorating Tiananmen; To Preserve It, People...

As Techdirt has chronicled, the political situation in Hong Kong becomes worse by the day, as the big panda in Beijing embraces a region whose particular freedoms were supposed to be guaranteed for another 25 years at least. One manifestation of the...
Related topics: China, Beijing

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1 Dead, 21 Injured As Severe Storm Hits Hong Kong

A strong tropical storm bearing down on Hong Kong has left one person dead and 21 others injured, as city authorities suspended classes, stock market trading and government services

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Hong Kong: Arrests Under Security Law, A Serious Concern

The arrest of Hong Kong pro-democracy activist and woman human rights defender Chow Hang-Tung, on charges of “incitement to subversion” and being a foreign agent, is a source of “deep concern” four UN independent human rights experts said on...
Related topics: Activism, Human Rights

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Muslim Women Were Held In A Cell For Months By Chinese Police For Cyber 'pre-crimes' Such As...

People are detained by the police after a rally in Hong Kong on December 22, 2019 to show support for the Uighur minority in China. Photo by ANTHONY WALLACE/AFP via Getty Images Muslim women were sent to Chinese re-education camps for cyber...
Related topics: Police, China, World Photos

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Ftx Launches Us Marketplace For Solana Nfts With Plans To Expand To Ethereum-based Tokens

An immersive art installation, which will be converted into NFTs in Hong Kong, September 30, 2021. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu/File Photo FTX.US is launching a marketplace that will allow users to mint, authenticate, and trade NFTs on the solana...
Related topics: Reuters, World Photos, Blockchain

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University Of Hong Kong To Remove Statue Memorializing Victims Of Tiananmen Square Massacre

"serves as a warning and a reminder to people of a shameful event which must never reoccur" The post University of Hong Kong to Remove Statue Memorializing Victims of Tiananmen Square Massacre first appeared on Le·gal In·sur·rec·tion.

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Hong Kong’s Richest Lady Now Taking On Massive Losses Due To Evergrande’s Solvency Issues...

The dominos are starting to fall.  Evergrande was first, now those connected to Evergrands solvency issues include multiple companies and Hong Kong’s richest woman. We reported on Evergrande a few weeks ago.  The Hong Kong behemoth with the...
Related topics: China

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Take A Walk Through Mesmerizing Photos Of Hong Kong's Nft Art Fair

There are NFTs for pretty much anything these days — memes, cartoons, even the code for the World Wide Web. But the most prolific, up-and-coming NFT space has to be art. The art world is undergoing a digital reckoning, with NFTs and online...
Related topics: World Photos

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Hong Kong's Central Bank Sees Seven Big Issues To Solve Before A Central Bank Digital Currency Can...

Stuff that’s already pretty much sorted with real money – like scaling transactions, security, and stopping crooks – need work The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) has issued a technical perspective paper on central bank digital currencies...
Related topics: Banking

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Breaking Exclusive: China’s Economic Crisis Has Arrived – This Will Impact The Entire World

Author Joe Hoft lived in Hong Kong for the past decade and has intimate knowledge of China We’ve reported for years on the China economy and reasons to be concerned.  Our concerns have arrived. In early 2020 we repeated our warnings on the...
Related topics: China

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Breaking: Hong Kong’s Evergrande, With Its Huge China Real Estate Portfolio, Has Trading Halted...

The Evergrande saga continues.  On Monday trading for Evergrande stock was halted in Hong Kong. We’ve reported on the Hong Kong behemoth Evergrande that has been going under for a month.   Today, despite numerous attempts to revive the...
Related topics: China

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Shares Of China Evergrande Are Suspended On The Hong Kong Stock Exchange

Evergrande is China's second-biggest property developer. Noel Celis/Getty Images On Monday, trading of Evergrande was halted on the Hong Kong stock exchange. The move came after Evergrande missed a key bond interest payment last week. See...
Related topics: China

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I'm A Former Citi Executive. The Bank Failed To React To The Warning Signs Before The 2008...

FILE PHOTO: A woman walks past a Citibank logo displayed outside the Citibank Plaza in Hong Kong Reuters Citigroup was massively bailed out by US taxpayers because it failed to manage key financial risks. The bank is exposed to huge risks of...
Related topics: Citi, World Photos, Reuters, Citigroup

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Police Halt 4-person National Day Protest In Hong Kong

Police in Hong Kong halted a four-person pro-democracy protest on China’s National Day amid a expanding crackdown on free speech and opposition politics
Related topics: Police, Protests, China

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Online Tiananmen Museum Is Blocked In Hong Kong As Internet Curbs Widen

Authorities are determined to erase memories of China’s 1989 crackdown on students and others calling for democracy.
Related topics: Museum, China

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Snowden Hails 'best News In Long Time' As Canada Grants Asylum To Family Who Hid Him In Hong Kong

The Sri Lankan family of four were part of a group of impoverished refugees living in Hong Kong who agreed to shelter Edward Snowden for about two weeks after his bombshell revelations in 2013.
Related topics: Edward Snowden, Canada

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Microsoft Is Making Xbox Game Pass Cheaper In Three Countries

Microsoft has announced that it’ll be lowering the price of Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold in Chile, Hong Kong, and Israel due to “local market conditions.”  Speaking to VGC, Microsoft said that it “regularly evaluates the price of the...
Related topics: Microsoft (MSFT), Gold, Chile, Israel

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Family Who Sheltered Snowden In Hong Kong Granted Protection In Canada

The couple took Snowden in at the behest of a Candian human rights lawyer, soon after he leaked documents detailing top-secret U.S. surveillance programs.
Related topics: Edward Snowden, Canada, Human Rights

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