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Young man among 12 activists now in custody of Chinese authorities after a failed attempt to flee by boat to Taiwan
Wong was just 17 years old when he became the face of the 2014 student-led Umbrella Movement democracy protests
Compulsory rule exposes foreign maids to conditions akin to modern slavery, labor rights advocates say
One in four social enterprises expect to run out of cash flow within three months if pandemic continues to affect revenue
It was the first time the vigil had been banned in Hong Kong, with police citing coronavirus restrictions as the reason for not granting permission
Hundreds of marchers waved placards and chanted popular anti-govt slogans such as ‘liberate Hong Kong’
Experts express concern that many legitimate activities of human rights defenders in Hong Kong would be redefined as illegal
Clergy must be prudent and attentive to content of their homilies, sermons, and speeches, he says
Administrator apostolik Keuskupan Hong Kong, Kardinal John Tong Hong, menginstruksikan anggota klerus untuk tidak memasukkan pandangan sosial dan politik pribadi dalam homili mereka.
Administrator apostolik Gereja Katolik di Hong Kong mengajak umat Kristiani untuk "meninjau kembali pemikiran tentang budaya hidup" di tengah pandemi virus corona.