Rights
Hong Kong:  On July 15, the Hong Kong Journalists Association (HKJA) published their 2021 annual report on the effects of a repressive government on the media. The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) supported its affiliate HKJA and the report’s findings. more
Boycott Beijing Winter Olympic Games: Activists protest in Tokyo

Tokyo: More than 30 people, representing oppressed groups like Tibetans, Uighurs and Mongolians, and human rights defenders from Hong Kong, Japan and China, have called upon the world com ...

Chinese crackdown: Hong Kong pro-democracy group downsizes

Hong Kong: A leading pro-democracy civic organization has said it is letting go of its paid staff and halving the size of its steering committee after Beijing stepped up its crackdown on ...

Hong Kong: Movie discussing same-sex marriage issue of Taiwan removed from film festival

Hong Kong: A Hong Kong film festival has removed a documentary that discusses the issue of same-sex marriage.

Australia: Campaigners demonstrate in Canberra, demand boycotting Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics

Canberra: A group of campaigners representing Tibetan, Uyghur, Southern Mongolian, Hongkonger and Taiwanese people held demonstrations in Canberra city, close to the  Parliament Hous ...

Hong Kong: Apple Daily announces closure days after police crackdown

Hong Kong: Hong Kong's major  pro-democracy paper Apple Daily has announced its closure, just days after the head office of the organization was raided by police, giving a blow t ...

Hong Kong Raid: Apple Daily may halt production

Hong Kong: Days after a police raid was conducted in the office of Apple Daily in Hong Kong, the pro-democracy print newspaper said it could stop publishing on Saturday.

Popular newspaper editorial slams China over treatment towards Hong Kong

China’s assumption of direct control over Hong Kong affairs, contravening binding undertakings made at the 1997 handover, is increasingly blatant, a major international newspaper sl ...

Apple Daily: UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab targets China

London: UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab on Thursday targeted China over the raids and arrests at Apple Daily in Hong Kong and said it demonstrated Beijing is using the National Security ...

National security law: Hong Kong media baron Jimmy Lai to face trial

Hong Kong:  Persecuted Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai Chee-ying is all set to stand for trial in the High Court for "breaching the national security law by colluding with fore ...