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2020年7月7日星期二

Five ways Hong Kong has changed under China's security law

It also embeds mainland officials within Hong Kong's government. A new national security commission is headed by the head of Beijing's Liaison Office ...


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Two US Navy Carriers To Patrol South China Sea Amid Chinese War Games

... Security Law imposed on Hong Kong that he called “draconian” and a “contravention of Hong Kongers' human rights and fundamental freedoms.


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'Hidden language': Hong Kongers get creative against security law

Hong Kongers are finding creative ways to voice dissent after Beijing blanketed the city in a new security law and police began ...


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Hong Kong protesters unnerved as ground shifts beneath them

A barge draped with enormous red banners celebrating China's new security law was sailing across Hong Kong's famed Victoria Harbour only hours ...


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Taiwan eyes Hong Kong exodus warily

Together with other Hong Kong dissidents abroad, he is setting up Haven Assistance, a network for helping Hong Kongers build new lives in exile. While ...


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Wagga's Hong Kong expats push back against China

Hong Kongers have voiced their opposition to the Chinese government, despite new security laws that could result in a prison sentence for those who ...


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Activist Joshua Wong says world must 'stand with Hong Kong,' continue democracy campaign

The world must stand in solidarity with Hong Kongers after Beijing imposed a sweeping national security law on the semi-autonomous city, activist ...


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In search of Uighur cuisine and a lost community

He said that if something went wrong in Hong Kong, it would be the responsibility of not only Hong Kongers but also the Chinese government. If the city ...


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