Former ‘missing bookseller’ plans to reopen store in Taiwan as ‘symbol of resistance’

Lam Wing-kee, one of the five Hong Kong booksellers abducted by China, announced yesterday that he plans to reopen his bookshop in Taiwan as a “symbol of resistance”. Lam, who is the only bookseller to have spoken publicly about his ordeal in China, told the Nikkei Asian Review that the shop will open in the second half of the

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Duterte to meet with Filipino supporters in Hong Kong this week

Controversial Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte will be meeting with members of the Hong Kong Filipino community later this week, a spokesperson for the Philippines government...

Duterte to meet with Filipino supporters in Hong Kong this week

Chris Patten, Joshua Wong call on U.S. to safeguard Hong Kong’s autonomy in Congress hearing

Former governor Chris Patten, democracy activists Joshua Wong and Martin Lee, and Causeway Bay bookseller Lam Wing-kee called on the United States to safeguard Hong Kong’s...

Chris Patten, Joshua Wong call on U.S. to safeguard Hong Kong’s autonomy in Congress hearing

Independence push threatens Hong Kong’s autonomy, says Beijing official

The legal chief of Beijing’s representative office in Hong Kong said on Saturday growing calls for independence could make the territory’s current “one country,...

Independence push threatens Hong Kong’s autonomy, says Beijing official

Hong Kong pulls out stops to mark 20 years of Chinese rule

A multi-million-dollar program of events in Hong Kong will mark 20 years since the city was handed back to China by colonial ruler Britain, but critics say the show is out of...

Hong Kong pulls out stops to mark 20 years of Chinese rule

Police arrest nine more democracy activists in Hong Kong

Nine democracy activists were arrested in Hong Kong this morning over an anti-Beijing protest, according to campaign groups, in the latest swoop by police as protesters say they...

Police arrest nine more democracy activists in Hong Kong

Ousted rebel lawmakers arrested over chaotic LegCo meeting in November

Baggio Leung and Yau Wai-ching, the rebel lawmakers who were barred from taking their seats last year, have been arrested. According to a statement Yau shared on Facebook, the...

Ousted rebel lawmakers arrested over chaotic LegCo meeting in November

Lawmaker arrested for ‘desecrating national flag’ during October council meeting

Localist lawmaker Cheng Chung-tai was arrested last night and charged with desecrating both the national Chinese flag and Hong Kong SAR flag at a legislative meeting last year....

Lawmaker arrested for ‘desecrating national flag’ during October council meeting

New China-backed leader of Hong Kong says there’s no room for independence

Hong Kong leader-elect Carrie Lam said on Tuesday there is no room for moves towards independence in the former British colony which she said needs the support of the central...

New China-backed leader of Hong Kong says there’s no room for independence

Man jailed for 4 years and 9 months for rioting and arson during Mong Kok civil unrest

A computer technician was sentenced to four years and nine months in jail at District Court today after he was convicted of participating in last year’s Mong Kok riot, during...

Man jailed for 4 years and 9 months for rioting and arson during Mong Kok civil unrest