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Taipei Times: The most worrying thing about the Hong Kong government’s plan to amend the Fugitive Offenders Ordinance is that China could use it to extradite suspects from Hong Kong and put them on trial. China’s judiciary is not independent, as Chinese PresidentXi Jinping...
The Keene Sentinel: Hong Kong activist JoshuaWong was released from jail one month early on Monday, as the government reels from one of the largest mass protests since the former British colony's return two decades ago. A smiling Wong — the face of the OccupyCentral movement...
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South China Morning Post: A Hong Kong river has antibiotics exceeding safe levels by up to five times, a global study has found, with researchers raising concerns that it could contribute to the growing problem of superbugs. Kai Tak River, in the heart of a key redevelopment...
Hong Kong Standard: It was a Father's Day to remember for a family of four yesterday when a dad used his body to shield his two sons when a lorry came charging toward them while they were on their way to mark the day in Kowloon Bay. The father protected his two sons, aged two and...
The Sun: SOME of the first airports to have been built in the world have now been abandoned and laid to waste. As more people travelled and planes grew bigger, many airports were left unable to cope with the fast growth. 20 Other reasons for them being abandoned...
CNN: Hong Kong (CNN)As dramatic images of tear gas being fired at protesters in Hong Kong campaigning against a controversial China extradition bill were beamed around the globe this week, it seemed that a city best known for its financial markets was fast gaining...
South China Morning Post: He Peiqiong’s days are packed to the brim with work, household chores and caring for her two children.She has to be up by 7am to get her two daughters ready for school, then she rushes from the Kowloon district of Wong Tai Sin to Quarry Bay on Hong Kong...