The best original reporting from the Hong Kong Free Press team.
Beijing was invited to “interpret” the security law, national anthem mix-ups at rugby games, the Stand News trial began, and a court ruled that people convicted of a “serious” offence under the security law would face a minimum sentence.
Covid-19, Russia’s war on Ukraine and China’s 20th Communist Party Congress have raised crisis awareness among Taiwan’s population, with more residents willing to prepare for a potential conflict.
Hazards facing the local dolphin population have one common feature – they are all consequences of human activity. And in Hong Kong, many of them converge in the waters off Lantau – historically the stomping grounds of these marine mammals.
Dissatisfaction with China’s strict anti-epidemic measures has been brewing for several months, with small protests – online and offline – emerging ahead of major events and after Covid-related tragedies.