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Hong Kong's Apple Daily vows to fight on after owner arrested

11 Aug 2020

HONG KONG Hong Kong's Apple Daily tabloid responded with defiance on Tuesday to the arrest of owner Jimmy Lai under a new national security law imposed by Beijing, promising to fight on in a front-page headline over an image of Lai in handcuffs. | Video

'Apple Daily must fight on,' HK tabloid front page reads after owner arrest

11 Aug 2020

HONG KONG, Aug 11 Hong Kong's Apple Daily tabloid responded with defiance on Tuesday to the arrest of owner Jimmy Lai under a new national security law imposed by Beijing, promising to "fight on" in a front-page headline above an image of Lai in handcuffs.

Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong says poll disqualification won't stop democracy fight

31 Jul 2020

HONG KONG Young Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong said on Friday his "invalid and ridiculous" disqualification as a candidate in elections for the legislature would not stop the fight for democracy in the Chinese-ruled city.

For kitchen-less Hong Kongers, new ban on restaurant dining is a bitter pill

27 Jul 2020

HONG KONG A new Hong Kong ban on dining at restaurants and food stalls aimed at reining in a spike in coronavirus cases threatens to complicate life for the many people in the city who depend on eating out for daily meals. | Video

Protesters gather to mark "million-people" march anniversary in Hong Kong

09 Jun 2020

HONG KONG Hundreds of protesters gathered in central Hong Kong on Tuesday to mark a year of sustained pro-democracy rallies as fears over looming national security legislation have reignited unrest in the global financial hub. | Video

From five-star hotels to the homeless, Hong Kong NGO recycles soap

03 Jun 2020

HONG KONG Ever wonder what happens to the half-used bars of individually wrapped soap when you leave your hotel to head home after a holiday or business trip?

Hong Kong activists turn Lunar New Year fairs into protest bazaars

22 Jan 2020

HONG KONG The politics of protest was a running theme at Lunar New Year fairs in Hong Kong this week, as stall holders sold t-shirts, tattoo transfers, tote bags, and coasters bearing slogans popularised during months of pro-democracy demonstrations.

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