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Apple Daily Stays Alive in Taiwan After Closure in Hong Kong
June 26, 2021

Apple Daily Stays Alive in Taiwan After Closure in Hong Kong

By Nick Aspinwall
Taiwan also recalled its diplomats from Hong Kong last weekend after city officials forced them to support Beijing’s “one China” claim.

Security Chief Named Hong Kong’s No. 2 Official Amid Clampdown
June 25, 2021

Security Chief Named Hong Kong’s No. 2 Official Amid Clampdown

By Associated Press
The move came the day after the pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily was forced to close its doors.
Hong Kong’s Embattled Apple Daily to Close by Saturday
June 23, 2021

Hong Kong’s Embattled Apple Daily to Close by Saturday

By Zen Soo and Matthew Cheng
The newspaper's parent company said that it would close due to "the current circumstances prevailing in Hong Kong."

Apple Daily Raid Is the Latest Blow to Hong Kong’s Freedom
June 18, 2021

Apple Daily Raid Is the Latest Blow to Hong Kong’s Freedom

By Benedict Rogers
The world's democracies must take action after the latest assault on press freedom.

Apple Daily Editors Arrested Under Hong Kong Security Law
June 17, 2021

Apple Daily Editors Arrested Under Hong Kong Security Law

By Zen Soon
The five editors and executives are accused of conspiring with foreign countries to impose sanctions against China and Hong Kong.

Beijing’s Tried-and-Tested Plan to Hollow out Hong Kong’s Legislature
June 09, 2021

Beijing’s Tried-and-Tested Plan to Hollow out Hong Kong’s Legislature

By Simon Shen
The PRC has a long history of remaking institutions, but keeping up the language and appearance of the past.

Hong Kongers Plan Mass Prayer in Solidarity With Palestine
June 04, 2021

Hong Kongers Plan Mass Prayer in Solidarity With Palestine

By Jessie Lau
After police denied permission for a protest, advocates planned a prayer to raise local awareness of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Post-National Security Law, Hong Kong Struggles to Remember Tiananmen
June 03, 2021

Post-National Security Law, Hong Kong Struggles to Remember Tiananmen

By Jessie Lau
For the second year in a row, the customary June 4 vigil has been banned by authorities.

Hong Kong Changes Electoral Law, Reduces Direct Public Vote
May 27, 2021

Hong Kong Changes Electoral Law, Reduces Direct Public Vote

By Zen Soo
Hong Kong officially enacted the electoral changes suggested by Beijing back in March.

The Gutting of Hong Kong’s Public Broadcaster
May 25, 2021

The Gutting of Hong Kong’s Public Broadcaster

By Sarah Cook
A government takeover of Radio Television Hong Kong has far-reaching implications.

Hong Kong’s Transgender Community Speaks Out Against Stigma
May 24, 2021

Hong Kong’s Transgender Community Speaks Out Against Stigma

By Jessie Lau
A new survey sparks discussion on discrimination against transgender people.
Why Hong Kong’s Democrats Should Still Run in Legislative Council Elections
May 18, 2021

Why Hong Kong’s Democrats Should Still Run in Legislative Council Elections

By Brian Wong
Despite the rocky road ahead, Hong Kong’s opposition politicians must not give up on the political arena.

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