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There are several Chinese Communist Party (CCP) initiatives that indicate the party wants to take away Hong Kongers’ freedom of religion
Zen’s statement adds another prominent voice to the widespread criticism that Fiducia Supplicans has received
In the city’s first national security trial, the courts determined that the phrase could incite others to commit secession
The recent appearance of two political prisoners in a television program has led many to believe that the mainland Chinese practice of “televised confessions” has found...
The sharp drop in voters was seen as an indication that the public felt their votes would not have any real influence
The bishops emphasized that Lai had been prosecuted for supporting democracy through his media outlets and public interventions
According to the U.S.-based Hong Kong Democracy Council, 1,618 of those defendants are classed as political prisoners
The birth of a Catholic University in Hong Kong is a project to which today's Card Stephen Chow had already worked
Bishop Chow Sau-yan recognized the important role of the Catholic Church in Hong Kong as a "bridging church"