Warrant out for Chinese state journo who ‘slapped’ man at UK panel on Hong Kong

A UK court has issued an arrest warrant for a Chinese state TV reporter for failing to attend a hearing relating to an incident at the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham last year, where she allegedly slapped an attendee in a fit of patriotic fervor during a session on Hong Kong. CCTV reporter Kong Linlin ...

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Hong Kong’s answer to your taxi problems? Make them more expensive

Hong Kong’s answer to your taxi problems? Make them more expensive

Amid record levels of consumer discontent with Hong Kong’s taxis and an industry-led, government-supported campaign against the ride-hailing service Uber, Hong Kong authorities...

Hong Kong 73rd in global press freedom rankings

Hong Kong 73rd in global press freedom rankings

Hong Kong was ranked 73rd out of 179 countries in this year’s Reporters Without Borders (RSF) World Press Freedom Index, with the report’s authors citing Beijing’s...

Number of bullying cases in Hong Kong schools up by 62 percent: authorities

Number of bullying cases in Hong Kong schools up by 62 percent: authorities

The Hong Kong authorities received more than 200 reports of school bullying cases last year, a 62 percent increase from the previous year. The figures were revealed by the...

UPDATE: Umbrella activists to remain on bail, for now, as Beijing shrugs off criticisms

UPDATE: Umbrella activists to remain on bail, for now, as Beijing shrugs off criticisms

Nine pro-democracy activists convicted under colonial-era laws this morning for their roles in the 2014 Umbrella Movement protests will remain on bail for the time being, with the...

Prominent members of Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement guilty on ‘public nuisance’ charges

Prominent members of Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement guilty on ‘public nuisance’ charges

A group of Hong Kong democracy leaders were found guilty on Tuesday for their involvement in mass rallies at a trial that sparked renewed alarm over shrinking political freedoms...

Trump Bump: Tickets for Cantonese opera about US president sold out

Trump Bump: Tickets for Cantonese opera about US president sold out

Maybe you were holding out to see the full Mueller report before buying your tickets, or maybe, like us, you were just too lazy to get online and book them. But whatever the...

Jacky Cheung song pulled from Apple Music in China over Tiananmen Square references

Jacky Cheung song pulled from Apple Music in China over Tiananmen Square references

A pop song by actor and Cantopop singer Jacky Cheung has been pulled from Apple Music in China due to its association with the Tiananmen Square Massacre. According to HK01, the...

Vandals break into Tiananmen Square museum ahead of reopening

Vandals break into Tiananmen Square museum ahead of reopening

Police are investigating a weekend break-in at a museum in Mong Kok commemorating the Tiananmen Square Massacre, commonly referred to in Chinese as the “June 4...

Boys, don’t cry: New Hong Kong FCC anti-harassment policy has some members up in arms

Boys, don’t cry: New Hong Kong FCC anti-harassment policy has some members up in arms

In a purported defense of journalistic freedom more in line with Anchorman than The Post, a petition has been launched to “save” Hong Kong’s venerable Foreign...


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