Chief Executive Carrie Lam heads to Japan as Hong Kong cleans up after a night of violence that saw more huge crowds take to the streets to protest Chinese influence.
Amnesty International demands investigation as Hong Kong democracy activist Jimmy Sham suffers second vicious attack this year.
US House passes three bills supporting democracy in Hong Kong and one backing Canada’s handling of an extradition case involving a senior executive of China’s Huawei.
China reportedly plans to introduce new rules that would make it harder for Americans with ties to intelligence services or human rights groups to enter the country.
Hong Kong demonstrators expected to show support for Taiwan on its National Day; city’s rail service still not back to normal after being damaged during weekend protests.
Hong Kong independence advocate Edward Leung appeals six-year prison sentence in 2016 case, providing potential new flashpoint for ongoing anti-government protests.
Rail system still only partially functioning in Hong Kong as city cleans up after weekend of violence and braces for more anti-China protests.
Rail services curtailed in HK after many stations damaged by anti-Beijing protesters; Chinese military threatens to arrest demonstrators shining lasers at barracks.
Activists hurl petrol bombs, block roads and vandalize shops and metro stations after Hong Kong policeman shoots teen protester at close range, seriously wounding him.
In Hong Kong, Starbucks, Bank of China and other businesses seen as pro-Beijing are being hit by graffiti and vandalism as anti-China protesters vent their ire.
A day before China’s 70th national day, HK cleans up after roads, buildings were daubed in graffiti, windows smashed and pavements uprooted during weekend of protests.
Many of the protesters in Hong Kong are students demanding democracy, but others are people from the poorest parts of the city demanding the govt address economic woes.
Major demonstrations expected on Saturday, Sunday and Tuesday as activists mark fifth anniversary of Umbrella protests and China gears up for national day.
Critics of Hong Kong govt’s East Lantau Metropolis megaproject say there are cheaper, greener ways to ease the city’s housing crisis than creating artificial islands.
Chinese capital on lockdown ahead of the People’s Republic’s 70th anniversary on Oct. 1; in Hong Kong, there’s an air of foreboding as democracy activists vow protests.