3 months in prison for Hong Kong activist Figo Chan over 2019 demo, bringing total jail term to nearly 2 years
“I dared to do it, I dared to plead guilty, Figo Chan told the court. “I completely agree with being arrested. I completely agree with being prosecuted two years after the fact.”
‘Premature, unnecessary’: Tiananmen Massacre activist hits back as Hong Kong gov’t strikes vigil group from Companies Registry
The Alliance’s effort to “end one-party dictatorship” amounted to “subverting state power,” the government said.
Hong Kong’s new rules on accessing gov’t records put journalists at ‘unnecessary’ risk, press group says
The new measures require people to disclose their names and identification document numbers, and acknowledge that their data may be transferred to law enforcement as permitted under the privacy law.
Video: ‘No way to prove’ Amnesty Int’l is leaving Hong Kong because of security law, says Chief Exec. Carrie Lam
Amnesty International announced a day ago it would close its Hong Kong offices by the end of 2021.
Hong Kong to set up elderly priority queues and quarantine polling stations for legislative polls in Dec
Under a Beijing-steered election revamp, which seeks to ensure only “patriots” rule the city, the ratio of directly elected seats in the legislature will fall to a historic low. Candidates are also subject to a multiple layers of national security vetting.
UK bank Standard Chartered declines to say if it supports free speech in Hong Kong after marathon runners targeted
On Sunday, several Standard Chartered marathon runners were targeted by police and made to cover tattoos – or change clothing – bearing slogans such as “come on Hong Kong.”