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State Department Reiterates Assessment That Hong Kong Is No Longer Autonomous

On March 31, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken reported to Congress that Hong Kong — the former British colony administered by the People’s Republic...

China Ends Democracy in Hong Kong

China is making its stance on establishing total dominance over Hong Kong clear even though its muscle-flexing has raised eyebrows in global circles. The...

How the CCP Intimidates US Companies

The Chinese Communist Party’s propaganda and ideologies have received a boost from U.S. companies that self-censor and comply with the CCP’s demands to access...

Beijing Pushes for the ‘Patriots Governing Hong Kong’ Plan

The Director of Hong Kong and Macau Affairs, Xia Baolong, announced in a speech on February 22 that "Patriots should govern Hong Kong. Patriots...

Thugs for Hire: The Relationship Between Beijing and the Hong Kong Triads

On the evening of July 21, 2019, dozens of masked men in white T-shirts stormed the Yuen Long train station and assaulted people returning...

Leaving Hong Kong to Escape the Chinese Communist Regime

Another young person has fled Hong Kong in order to avoid the brutality of the Chinese Communist regime.  The 19-year-old youth, who goes by the...

Pro-Beijing Curriculum Targets Hong Kong Schoolchildren for Reeducation

Hong Kong’s controversial National Security Law is making itself further felt, this time in the city’s schools with a drastic revamp to the education...

Ai Weiwei’s Startling New Documentary ‘Cockroach’ About the Hong Kong Protests

Renowned Chinese artist Ai Weiwei has just released (via Vimeo on demand) the film Cockroach — a visual record of the final moments of...

Beijing again rebuked for undermining Hong Kong’s freedoms

Foreign ministers of the U.S., Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the UK have jointly raised concerns over the diminishing of Hong Kong’s freedoms after...

A Three-Meter High Work of Art in Support of Hong Kong Protesters

Known as the "King of Chinese Animation,” the cartoonist known as Daxiong, whose real name is Guo Jingxiong, recently joined in collaboration with Canadian...

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