Cambodia national football team is in Hong Kong preparing for the second round.
Dan Albertson has a different take on Hong Kong’s recent wave of violence.
Hong Kong has been critically hit by a series of violent protests and riots since June. This vibrant city is now faced with a severe political crisis leading to economic slowdown and social unrest.
Urban Village has recently opened a showflat in Hong Kong.
Globalisation has many winners, but there are losers too, and they are taking to the streets around the world. The list of countries where there is unrest spans the globe: Hong Kong, Lebanon, France, Chile and Ecuador.
The violent protests in Hong Kong over the past seven months have significantly rocked the economy, legitimacy, and society of this financial centre of Asia. It is very alarming and a challenge for the Hong Kong government to take appropriate and effective intervention to curb the protests.
When Daryl Morey tweeted in support of the violent protests that have raged in Hong Kong for months, he probably did not foresee a huge backlash from China.
China’s state television kept the NBA’s season-opening games off the air on Wednesday in the latest fallout from a row over a team executive’s support for pro-democracy protests Hong Kong.
But this weekend, at least three important cities in the world witnessed serious violence, and Hong Kong was just one of them. Similar violent attacks also took place in Catalonia of Spain and Santiago of Chile.
After nine Catalan separatist leaders were sentenced to up to 12 years of imprisonment, Catalan separatists, unhappy with the verdict, began to express their dissatisfaction through protests.
Prestige Homes is making waves after it won a prestigious award in Hong Kong.
The actress was brutally assaulted by masked mobs and suffered multiple injuries, merely because she took photos of the rioters vandalizing a bank outlet.
Daryl Morey, general manager of the US’ National Basketball Association (NBA) team the Houston Rockets, has obviously got himself into trouble. He tweeted a photo saying “fight for freedom, stand with Hong Kong” on Saturday while accompanying his team in Tokyo.
The turmoil currently sweeping Hong Kong is driven primarily by four main causes. One, fear of Beijing’s growing control. Two, concern over the erosion of its “freedoms and autonomy”. Three, the very high costs of living. Four, Western interference.
A shroud of blackness is spreading in Hong Kong. Black-clad people chant hateful slogans
A tweet by a Houston Rockets official supports of Hong Kong protests.
Several Hong Kong groups advocating the independence of the special administrative region are trying to persuade the United States Congress to pass the so-called Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act. I believe this is both absurd and wrong.
In addition to challenging work, the police officers of Hong Kong also need to deal with intense hostility, with some of them being doxxed, ambushed and smeared. “Our morale is still high.
A train carrying hundreds of passengers derailed in Hong Kong’s Kowloon during the rush hour.
Cambodia will feel hard done by after the Angkor Warriors are held to a 1-1 draw by Hong Kong.
Despite its claims that it is playing no part in the ongoing chaos in Hong Kong, the United States continues to reveal its dirty hands.
Since June 9, violent protesters have harrowed Hong Kong through confrontations with police and extensive vandalism. They have deliberately attacked police, besieged police stations, sabotaged public facilities and assaulted innocent people, forcing officers to respond to prevent further destruction.
What on earth happened in Hong Kong over the past weekend? Violence has not only returned to the city, but also escalated.
It might be too early to breathe a sigh of relief assuming that the demonstrations in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region will end soon. But there are indeed signs, suggesting that the city, plagued by two months of violence, could be on the right track to end the disturbances.
Political and public opinion elites in the US must understand that although they have the ability to instigate Hong Kong’s radical protesters and make it harder for Hong Kong to restore order, they absolutely cannot influence Beijing’s decisions on Hong Kong’s situation.
Foreign Affairs Ministry issues a statement calling for normalcy in Hong Kong.
On 17 August 2019, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation issued a statement on the evolving situation in Hong Kong stressing that the Kingdom respects the long standing “One China Policy”.
Here is a timeline of the escalating violent protests in Hong Kong since June, which are aimed to trample the rule of law, sabotage social order, undermine national sovereignty and the “one country, two systems” principle.
Foreign Affairs Ministry wants to see Hong Kong’s situation return to normalcy.
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