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Dozens of Hong Kong people write postcards to fugitives arrested by China

18 Sep 2020

HONG KONG Dozens of people in Hong Kong braved heavy rain on Friday evening to write postcards to 12 fugitives arrested by China at sea last month to offer comfort during the upcoming mid-Autumn festival.

Disney's 'Mulan' gets cold reception in boycott-leading Hong Kong

17 Sep 2020

HONG KONG Walt Disney Co's live-action remake of "Mulan" opened on Thursday to a lacklustre reception in Hong Kong, where pro-democracy activists have been leading calls to boycott the movie.

Walk from home: Hong Kong tour company moves online to survive pandemic

24 Aug 2020

HONG KONG A Hong Kong tourism company has moved its walking tours online to reach a travel-starved audience unable to explore new places due to coronavirus restrictions.

Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong files court challenge to 2019 poll disqualification

07 Aug 2020

HONG KONG Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong filed a court challenge on Friday against his disqualification from district polls, in a move which may have implications for this year's removals of opposition candidates for the city's legislature.

Hong Kong delays election citing pandemic, but democracy camp sceptical

01 Aug 2020

HONG KONG Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam on Friday postponed a Sept. 6 election to the Chinese-ruled city's legislature by a year because of a rise in coronavirus cases, dealing a blow to the pro-democracy opposition which had hoped to make huge gains. | Video

Hong Kong tightens coronavirus restrictions as cases hit record

19 Jul 2020

HONG KONG Hong Kong tightened coronavirus restrictions on Sunday, with non-essential civil servants told to work from home from this week, as the global financial hub reported a record number of daily cases. | Video

Hong Kong security law is not doom and gloom but is a red line, leader says

07 Jul 2020

HONG KONG Hong Kong's national security law does not spell "doom and gloom", its leader said on Tuesday, as she tried to calm unease over legislation that critics say could quash freedoms that have underpinned the city's success as a financial hub. | Video

New security law starts to break down Hong Kong's pro-democracy economy

07 Jul 2020

HONG KONG As soon as Hong Kong's new national security law came into force last week, Ivan Ng removed all the protest-themed paintings, posters and flags from the list of items for sale at his Onestep Printing shop.

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