Pro-democracy lawmakers and activists rejected a new apology yesterday by the city’s leader over a highly unpopular extradition bill, demanding that she quit and that
Hong Kong's embattled leader apologized today (Tuesday) for an unpopular extradition bill that drew massive protests and indicated it will not be revived during the current legislative session. But Chief Executive
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam steadily climbed her way up bureaucratic ranks to capture the top position in the former British colony, relying on sheer
Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong joined calls for Chief Executive Carrie Lam’s resignation after being released from a two-month jail sentence that sidelined him from some
Hong Kong citizens marched for hours yesterday in a massive protest that drew a late-in-the-day apology from the city’s top leader for her handling of legislation
HONG KONG (AP) — The Latest on protests in Hong Kong against an extradition bill (all timesMacau/HK time): 11:15 p.m. Pro-democracy activists helping to drive mass protests in Hong Kong over a
Hong Kong’s legislature suspended meetings yesterday as leaders considered their next steps following violent clashes between police and protesters who oppose a bill that would
Protesters flooding downtown Hong Kong to stop the government’s proposed extradition law effectively presented the city’s leaders with an ultimatum: back down, or risk violent clashes that
On June 9, the march against the government sponsored extradition bill felt like a recast of the protest held on July 1 2003 against the enactment of
Hong Kong’s controversial extradition bill has at least one stock-market analyst considering a move out of the city. Gillem Tulloch, whose GMT Research Ltd.
Hong Kong-based Steve Vickers & Associates (SVA) advised businesses yesterday to evaluate their risk profiles amid growing unrest in the HKSAR and the possibility of counter protests
A local journalist from All About Macau said he was attacked by a Hong Kong police officer yesterday while interviewing demonstrators in the neighboring SAR.
Hong Kong police fired tear gas and high-pressure water hoses against protesters who massed outside government headquarters today in opposition to a proposed extradition bill that has become a lightning
Opponents of legislation in Hong Kong that would allow criminal suspects to be extradited to mainland China are planning more protests and labor strikes in an attempt
China’s Guangdong Province wants more cooperation with the San Francisco Bay Area on scientific innovation and the low carbon industry, a senior provincial official from the mainland
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