Protests erupted in June 2019 across Hong Kong over a now-axed extradition bill. They escalated into sometimes violent displays of dissent against police behaviour, amid calls for democracy and anger over Beijing’s encroachment.
LATEST NEWS & VIEWS ON THE 2019 PROTEST MOVEMENT
A Hong Kong court has accepted a private prosecution launched by Democratic Party lawmaker Ted Hui who is pressing charges against a taxi driver who allegedly rammed his vehicle into pro-democracy protesters last year. Speaking to reporters after a closed-door hearing at the Eastern Magistrates’ Courts on Friday, Hui said the judge deemed the evidence […]
While details of the outworking of the proposed national security bill have not yet been announced, many sectors of Hong Kong society are already beginning to express concern about its potential impact. At first sight, it might seem that there should be little expected impact on the operation of Christian churches, since freedom of religion […]