Human Rights Watch slams Hong Kong station’s joint police control

By Maya Wang

This article was originally published under the headline “China’s Fast Train to Erode Hong Kong’s Autonomy” on 17-June-2018 by Human Rights Watch. Link to original article: HERE

When Hong Kong was handed over from British to Chinese sovereignty in 1997, its inhabitants were reassured that their way of life would remain the same. That commitment was made legally binding through Continue reading “Human Rights Watch slams Hong Kong station’s joint police control”

Ousted Hong Kong lawmaker Lau Siu-lai will no longer contest disqualification, but may run in location election

By Alvin Lum

This article first appeared in South China Morning Post on 30 May 2018
Link to original article:  HERE

Politician says ball is now in the government’s court over whether she can contest her former Kowloon West seat

Ousted lawmaker Lau Siu-lai confirmed on Tuesday that she Continue reading “Ousted Hong Kong lawmaker Lau Siu-lai will no longer contest disqualification, but may run in location election”

Remembering Tiananmen worker activist Li Wangyang

This article was originally published under the headline “Protesters mark death of ‘murdered’ dissident Li Wangyang” on 6-June-2018 by The Economist. Link to original article: HERE

Around 30 people today staged a protest outside the central government’s liaison office calling for an inquiry into the death of mainland dissident Li Wangyang, who was found dead at a hospital six years ago. Continue reading “Remembering Tiananmen worker activist Li Wangyang”

Protests called against high speed rail joint checkpoint

By Kris Cheng

This article was originally published under the headline “Pro-democracy camp calls for last stand against high-speed rail joint checkpoint bill” on 8-June-2018 by Hong Kong Free Press
Link to original article: HERE

Hong Kong’s pro-democracy camp has called for a rally next Thursday night in opposition to the controversial joint checkpoint bill, which is likely to have been passed by that time.

In an unprecedented move, Legislative Council President Continue reading “Protests called against high speed rail joint checkpoint”