Hong Kong ex-lawmaker Albert Ho arrested by national security police while on bail
Albert Ho, who has been charged under the Beijing-imposed national security law for allegedly inciting subversion, was granted bail last August.
Hong Kong’s ‘Pastor Keung’ and 2 others jailed for up to 10 months over ‘seditious’ book
Founder of independent outlet Free HK Media Alan Keung, known as “Pastor Keung,” was sentenced to eight months behind bars by Principal Magistrate Peter Law.
Hong Kong Art Week: Artist ‘smuggles’ protester ages, jail terms into giant billboard installation
The flashes of computer code on the 70 x 20 metre SOGO mall billboard represented protesters as a “glitch in the government matrix,” Los Angeles-based artist Patrick Amadon told HKFP.
10 months jail for ex-Hong Kong cop over ‘seditious’ online posts about death of marine officer
On Monday, Acting Principal Magistrate Veronica Heung said that Chui Chun-man “showed no remorse,” as the former police officer insisted that he did not have any seditious intention.
Conservation and development can ‘coexist,’ Hong Kong official says, amid concern over Lantau road expansion
“Some people may think that promoting conservation is to protect the natural environment and not to touch anything. But actually, conservation and development can coexist,” the city’s Secretary for Development Bernadette Lin has said.
‘Dear friend’: Ukraine conflict to dominate second day of Putin, Xi talks
During Monday’s meeting, the Russian leader said he was open for talks on Ukraine and praised Beijing’s 12-point position paper on the conflict, which includes a call for dialogue and respect for all countries’ territorial sovereignty.
Stand News trial: Ex-chief editor reveals he considered moving data, operations away from Hong Kong
Ex-editor Chung Pui-Kuen told the court that he did not want anyone else to take on the risks of his job: “To put it simply, I want them to stay safe.”
Changing jobs a ‘human right,’ domestic workers say as Hong Kong ramps up crackdown on ‘job hopping’
“If we are not doing good, if we are not feeling good, if we don’t receive any good treatment with our [employer], it’s the right of an individual to look for a better [employer],” Dolores Balladares, a spokesperson of the Asian Migrants Coordinating Body, said.