Slight change of plans for CHRF’s planned march on Sunday

Police have officially approved a major protest planned for this Sunday, but with a slight caveat: rather than ending at the Court of Final Appeal, the march must now terminate in Wan Chai, at the junction of Lugar and Johnston roads. According to Apple Daily, the police formally issued a “letter of no objection” for ...

Death of man who set fire in crowded MTR train ruled a suicide by coroner’s court

Death of man who set fire in crowded MTR train ruled a suicide by coroner’s court

A coroner’s court jury today ruled that a man who set himself and parts of an MTR train on fire in 2017 committed suicide. The five-member jury retired to consider their...

Crypto promoter gets 10 days in jail for showering Hong Kong street with banknotes

Crypto promoter gets 10 days in jail for showering Hong Kong street with banknotes

Hong Kong’s “Coin Young Master” is set to become “Coin Young Inmate” after a court today decided to jail cryptocurrency promoter Wong Ching-kit for...

Taiwan considers sheltering ‘friends from Hong Kong’ after LegCo protesters flee to self-ruling island

Taiwan considers sheltering ‘friends from Hong Kong’ after LegCo protesters flee to self-ruling island

Taiwan’s government today said it would provide assistance to Hongkongers seeking sanctuary there after local media reported dozens of activists involved in the...

Return to Sender: Woman tracks down recipients of decades-late Hong Kong postcard

Return to Sender: Woman tracks down recipients of decades-late Hong Kong postcard

Getting a postcard from Hong Kong might not be that big of a deal in the grand scheme of things. But when the postcard has been stuck in the mail for 26 years and is addressed to...

Taxi driver accused of punching ‘Lennon Wall’ volunteer at Kowloon Bay appears in court

Taxi driver accused of punching ‘Lennon Wall’ volunteer at Kowloon Bay appears in court

The man caught on camera repeatedly punching a young “Lennon Wall” volunteer who refused to resort to violence appeared in a Hong Kong court today. The 46-year-old...

Two arrested on suspicion of property damage, assaulting officer at police HQ siege

Two arrested on suspicion of property damage, assaulting officer at police HQ siege

Two Hong Kong men were arrested yesterday evening on suspicion of vandalism and assaulting a police officer in connection with a pair of unruly protests at police headquarters in...

Busloads of pro-government supporters deface Tai Po ‘Lennon Tunnel’

Busloads of pro-government supporters deface Tai Po ‘Lennon Tunnel’

About 300 people were bused in to Tai Po’s “Lennon Tunnel” in the early hours of this morning to tear down Post-It notes bearing messages of support for...

Father of murdered woman at center of extradition row begged Lam to consider alternatives: HK01

Father of murdered woman at center of extradition row begged Lam to consider alternatives: HK01

With protests against a deeply unpopular extradition bill already in full swing last month, the parents of Poon Hiu-wing — the victim in the murder case that first spurred the...

Old News: Hong Kong’s ‘gray hairs’ march in support of young protesters

Old News: Hong Kong’s ‘gray hairs’ march in support of young protesters

Thousands of Hong Kong residents of, ahem, a certain age took to the streets on Wednesday as the city’s elderly made a show of their solidarity with youth-led...


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