The newspaper would be forced to shut “in a matter of days” after authorities froze access to the firm’s core operating capital on national security grounds, an adviser said.
Officials said the Hong Kong government has demanded staff sign a letter supporting Beijing’s claim to Taiwan.
It might have been a bleak winter afternoon but it was another step for the talented rider on a tough road since he returned from a stint in Hong Kong.
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Chow, along with Joshua Wong and Nathan Law, who has since been given asylum in Britain, came to prominence as teenagers during the 2014 protests.
Police blocked off a Hong Kong park to prevent people gathering to commemorate the anniversary of China’s 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown and arrested the planned vigil’s organiser.
Who says the office is dead? Despite the many obituaries written for the office in the past 12 months, investors are undeterred.
A Doncaster placegetter last year, Brandenburg had attracted the attention of several Hong Kong agents, but the seven-figure offers were refused.
The owners of Hawkesbury Guineas favourite Ellsberg didn’t want to watch him winning races in Hong Kong, so they matched a massive offer to keep him.
Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai jailed as authorities pursue a deluge of cases against high-profile dissidents.
Telstra was in advanced discussions with a private equity firm and a Hong Kong telecommunications operator about an international tie-up.
Three veteran pro-democracy protesters, including well-known publisher Jimmy Lai, pleaded guilty over an unauthorised rally.
There are fears the 30-year-old computer technician may be in a psychiatric hospital after he failed to appear in a Hong Kong court to face sedition charges.
Reigning Everest champion Classique Legend will be returning home from Hong Kong after being banned from racing for three months due to a bleed.
Chinese authorities have said the changes are aimed at getting rid of loopholes and deficiencies that threaten national security.
The tough lockdown measures have sparked anxiety among expats who are still coming to grips with the implications of national security laws imposed by Beijing.
UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said China is in a “state of ongoing noncompliance” with the 1984 treaty allowing Hong Kong’s return to Chinese control.
Having visited mainland China before, I knew it was never going to match the excitement of glamorous Hong Kong, but the reality of our decision to move hit me hard.
The government had envisioned the bridge would form one of the largest public art commissions in NSW, feeding into a precinct akin to London’s Here East cultural precinct and Hong […]
China’s top legislative body will overhaul Hong Kong’s electoral system, declaring it was its responsibility to put “patriots” in power.
They are businessmen born in mainland China, serve on top advisory committees to Beijing and profess patriotism for the motherland. Now, they are seeking to bring that ardour to Hong Kong, […]
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All but three of the 55 pro-democracy activists and former politicians arrested on Wednesday have been released on bail, Hong Kong media has reported.
Clips of the chaotic scenes from Washington have aired repeatedly on Chinese state television in a propaganda opportunity too good to miss.
The prominent anti-government voice and two other company executives were charged with fraud over accusations that they violated lease terms for office space.
Wong is a key figure in the protests over Beijing’s rising influence that consumed the global financial hub for more than 15 months.
The city state’s chief executive Carrie Lam said Hong Kong’s international reputation would be restored after the pandemic.
Wong’s continued pro-democracy activism has drawn the wrath of Beijing, which sees it as a “black hand” of foreign forces.
Britain says China has breached the joint Sino declaration by sacking four legislators from Hong Kong’s parliament.
Foreign Minister Marise Payne says the disqualification of four pro-democracy politicians “seriously undermines Hong Kong’s democratic processes”.