Hong Kong

Hong Kong Shocked by Police Tackle Fleeing 12-Year-Old Girl to the Ground

Hong Kong police have been strongly criticised over the rough arrest of a 12 years-old girl to ground near a pro-democracy protest went viral. Police on Facebook said that the girl was attempting to flee during a stop-and search action on Sunday in Mong Kok a and they had used the “minimum necessary force” in …

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Why Activities Are Calling For ‘Mulan’ Boycott Via #MilkTeaAllience

The live-action remake of the animated 1998 film was originally due to be released in March, but was delayed due to the coronavirus outbreak. While the U.S is dealing with a resurgence of coronavirus cases the continue to restrict movie theatre reopening, the rest of the world is ready to welcome Hollywood back to the …

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Pressure Grows on Hong Kong to Re-Open Economy as Cases Drop

Hong Kong is facing pressure to re-open restaurants and relax social-distancing measures as its outbreak wanes, but a bold easing approach carries both public health and political risks. With new local cases showing a sustained decline — hitting 18 on Friday — businesses are pressing for restrictions on restaurants to be lifted quickly to boost …

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Why public opinions condemn China’s Security Law

Beijing government passed sweeping national security law for Hong Kong late Tuesday night. Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor called on the international community to respect the national security law. The legislation would only target a tiny minority of people who had broken the law, while the fundamental rights and freedoms of the overwhelming …

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