More and more foreign governments are speaking up for Hong Kong as Beijing's national security legislation looms
Hong Kong Protests
What’s that smell? Lawmakers hold their noses, leave meeting after Ted Hui hurls brown, foul-smelling bag towards chairman’s seat
How long had lawmaker Ted Hui been keeping that foul-smelling bag in his office?
Protesters chanted "Hong Kongers, build our nation" as they took to the streets
Netizens get creative with Photoshop after HKU appeared to crop activist Edward Leung out of a photo
Protestors were quick to find humor in the university's apparent self-censorship
Carrie Lam: Claims that national security law will affect Hong Kong’s rights and freedoms are ‘nonsense’
Chief Executive Carrie Lam defended the law and condemned the violence during Sunday's protest
Clashes between protesters and police were some of the most intense since the COVID-19 outbreak, with ten people admitted to hospital
A later video showed police officers paying for the drink. One Twitter user commented sarcastically: "Yep. I will come back later and pay for the goods I took next time. Good...
Activist group Demosisto raised HK$235,000 (US$30,300) in the first five hours of its fundraiser—more than a fifth of its HK$1 million (US$128,940) goal—on Friday amid fears...
Spike in Google searches for ‘immigration’, ‘BNO passport’ and ‘VPN’ after Beijing said it will discuss a national security law for Hong Kong
Beijing’s announcement Thursday night that it is reviewing a national security law for Hong Kong prompted a spike in Google searches for “immigration,”BNO...
Hong Kong public broadcaster RTHK said Tuesday that it will soon halt its satirical program following a statement from a government bureau that it aired “denigrating and...