Hong Kong police arrested hundreds of people protesting a bill that would make it illegal to abuse China’s national anthem.
US President Donald Trump has hinted that Washington is preparing to take action against China over its plans to impose a national security law on Hong Kong.
Hong Kong’s chief executive told residents of the city there is ‘no need to worry’ about the impact of Beijing’s proposed national security legislation on their freedoms.
Police in Hong Kong fired tear gas to disperse hundreds of protesters as unrest returned to the city in response to China’s plans to impose a new security law.
Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen vowed to assist the people of Hong Kong as renewed protests erupted in the city against Beijing’s plans to impose harsher security laws.
With the coronavirus infection rate stabilizing, officials in Hong Kong will start returning to work next week, Chief Executive Carrie Lam said.
Hong Kong-based citizens of COVID-19 hot spots like France and Spain are snapping up masks from pharmacies and shipping them home to relatives.
China’s death toll from the coronavirus has passed 2,000 with more than 74,000 infections; Hong Kong has reported its second fatality.
Myanmar lost millions of dollars a day in border trade with China this week due to the coronavirus, but a major foreign investment in the power sector was announced.
A joint venture between a Chinese state-owned company and Hong Kong’s VPower will invest in three power projects in Myanmar with total capacity of 900 megawatts.
Hong Kong has reported its first coronavirus death—and the second outside mainland China—amid a strike by hospital workers demanding the Chinese border be closed.
Police fire tear gas as violence breaks out at huge anti-government protest in Hong Kong.
In November’s polls, voters in Hong Kong’s historically pro-China ‘Little Shanghai’ district handed victories to young pro-democratic candidates in four of five seats.
China's Xi says HK, Macau affairs ‘totally’ an internal affair on visit to gambling enclave.
Hong Kong gears up for Christmas protests after Chinese leaders state support for Carrie Lam and her government.