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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."

Hong Kong’s Vaccination Drive Leaves Out Refugees
May 14, 2021

Hong Kong’s Vaccination Drive Leaves Out Refugees

By Jessie Lau
Hong Kong is one of the easiest places in the world to get a vaccine and access to public health services. Unless you’re a refugee, that is.
Taiwan Catches Two Chinese Nationals Arriving by Dinghy
May 08, 2021

Taiwan Catches Two Chinese Nationals Arriving by Dinghy

By Nick Aspinwall
At least one Chinese national said he had fled to Taiwan in search of “freedom and democracy,” raising questions about border security and refugee laws.

Reports: Dozens of Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Figures Arrested
January 06, 2021

Reports: Dozens of Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Figures Arrested

By Associated Press
Those arrested took part last year in an unofficial primary election that Beijing denounced as a "serious provocation."

How Can Shenzhen Replace Hong Kong?
December 12, 2020

How Can Shenzhen Replace Hong Kong?

By Jason Hung
China is planning to focus on Shenzhen as a new global hub. Will it work?

Hong Kong Activists Joshua Wong, Agnes Chow, Ivan Lam Jailed
December 02, 2020

Hong Kong Activists Joshua Wong, Agnes Chow, Ivan Lam Jailed

By Associated Press
The jailing of the activists belonging to the now-defunct Demosisto political group continues to highlight Beijing's iron grip on the autonomous territory.

Former Hong Kong Lawmakers Who Disrupted Session Arrested
November 18, 2020

Former Hong Kong Lawmakers Who Disrupted Session Arrested

By Associated Press
Ted Hui, Eddie Chu and Raymond Chan have been arrested this week over incidents in the legislature's main chamber several months ago.
Hong Kong, Singapore, Dubai or Nur-Sultan: Where is the Future of Asian Arbitration?
November 18, 2020

Hong Kong, Singapore, Dubai or Nur-Sultan: Where is the Future of Asian Arbitration?

By Joël Ruet
With Beijing spooking some investors in Hong Kong, other Asian cities are angling for prominence as arbitration centers.

How Can Hong Kong Weather the Storm of Plunging Property Prices?
October 02, 2020

How Can Hong Kong Weather the Storm of Plunging Property Prices?

By Jason Hung
Between COVID-19 and the new national security law, foreign investors may be losing their taste for the Hong Kong market.

Hong Kong-Indonesian Couples Caught in the Middle Amid COVID-19 Travel Restrictions
September 25, 2020

Hong Kong-Indonesian Couples Caught in the Middle Amid COVID-19 Travel Restrictions

By Jason Hung
Plans for a travel bubble between Hong Kong and Indonesia have been put on hold, disappointing couples who have been left separated by closed borders.

The Sino-British Joint Declaration and International Law
September 09, 2020

The Sino-British Joint Declaration and International Law

By Simon Shen
Is there a role for international courts in upholding the Sino-British Joint Declaration on Hong Kong?
Hong Kong: There’s No Security for a State That Can’t Tolerate Dissent
August 31, 2020

Hong Kong: There’s No Security for a State That Can’t Tolerate Dissent

By Toru Kurata
If China’s leaders don’t change course, they will face a never-ending fight.

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