Hong Kong contractor involved in suspected gas leak fatalities barred from bidding on some gov’t projects
Two workers were killed on Sunday in a suspected gas leak at an underground site managed by the city’s sole rail operator, the MTR Corporation.
Hong Kong 47: Two democrats who pleaded guilty under national security law to return to court in Oct
Former district councillor Ng Kin-wai and businessman Mike Lam, among the 47 democrats charged in a high-profile national security case, are scheduled to appear in court next month.
Hong Kong’s largest pro-Beijing party unveils new leadership ahead of ‘patriots only’ District Council race
New DAB chair Gary Chan said that his party will shift focus to assisting the authorities in governing the city.
Hong Kong national security police charge woman with perverting course of justice 6 months after her arrest
Marilyn Tang, the sister-in-law of veteran activist Lee Cheuk-yan, was arrested in March.
The three-way talks – attended by deputy and assistant ministers from the three countries – were seen as an attempt to ease Beijing’s concerns over Washington’s deepening security ties with Tokyo and Seoul.
Washington last week slapped sanctions on “seven individuals and four entities” based in Iran, China, Russia and Turkey it said had facilitated shipments and financial transactions involving Tehran’s military hardware programme.
The government paid for 15 journalists from mainland China, South Korea, Thailand, Indonesia, Poland and Hungary to cover the summit held on September 13 and 14, a government document supplied to the legislature showed.