Hong Kong Literary Awards Poetry Book Went off the Shelves Due to Umbrella Movement and Xiaobo Liu

Hong Kong Literary Awards Poetry Book Went off the Shelves Due to Umbrella Movement and Xiaobo Liu

According to a report in Stand News on November 30, three books of poems for the Hong Kong Chinese Literature Biennial Award were recently off the shelves of the LCSD because of their content related to the Umbrella Movement and the Xiaobo Liu incident.
“Revolution Time” won the Golden Horse Award for Best Documentary Zhou

“Revolution Time” won the Golden Horse Award for Best Documentary Zhou

Zhou Guanwei said that there is no way to put this scene into the movie, but he hopes that "Revolution Time" can be like a hug. "I cried many times when making this movie. I rely on this movie to comfort myself and vent my anger, hatred, and "fear and trauma to me", he said, for those who are still in Hong Kong, including himself, as well as Hong Kong people in prisons and exiles overseas
U.S. Enacts Preferential Policies To Help Hong Kong Students

U.S. Enacts Preferential Policies To Help Hong Kong Students

The Epoch Times reported on Nov. 28 that the U.S. government has launched a preferential policy for Hong Kong students who have been affected by the CCP's National Security Law and their families' economic ties in Hong Kong.
Il giovane patriota Tony Chung che ha guidato il movimento studentesco per la libertà di Hong Kong, condannato a 43 mesi secondo la nuova legge cinese

Il giovane patriota Tony Chung che ha guidato il movimento studentesco per la libertà di Hong Kong, condannato a 43 mesi secondo la nuova legge cinese

L'ex leader del gruppo indipendentista di Hong Kong Studentlocalism è stato condannato martedì a un totale di 43 mesi di carcere per aver tentato di separare la città dalla Cina e per riciclaggio di denaro sporco
Carrie Lam Admits to Vetting Foreign Media Visas in Accordance With “Hong Kong National Security Law”

Carrie Lam Admits to Vetting Foreign Media Visas in Accordance With “Hong Kong National Security Law”

On November 16, local time, at a press conference, Mrs. Lam admitted that an important basis for the Hong Kong Communist government to review is whether not to grant visas to foreign media concerning the “Hong Kong national security law.”
Graduates From the Chinese University of Hong Kong Expressed Support to Their Schoolmates That Were Imprisoned for Participating in the Hong Kong Protests

Graduates From the Chinese University of Hong Kong Expressed Support to Their Schoolmates That Were Imprisoned for Participating in the Hong Kong Protests

There is no doubt that justice will eventually prevail, and numerous young lives who made sacrifices will rest in peace.
A Declaration from NBA player Enes Kanter – Free Hong Kong!

A Declaration from NBA player Enes Kanter – Free Hong Kong!

11/02/2021 NBA player Enes Kanter calls for support for Hong Kong, holding the Chinese government accountable for depriving the basic freedoms of Hong Kongers.
HKSAR Government Experienced Deficits for Three Consecutive Years

HKSAR Government Experienced Deficits for Three Consecutive Years

On October 29th in Hong Kong, The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government said that it recorded a 115.7 billion Hong Kong dollar (14.88 billion U.S. dollar) deficit for the first six months of 2021.
Multiple Injuries Occur in Hong Kong Marathon, Mandatory Vaccinations for Runners Before Race

Multiple Injuries Occur in Hong Kong Marathon, Mandatory Vaccinations for Runners Before Race

On October 24, a number of people were injured during a marathon in Hong Kong, and the organizers required all runners to complete two doses of vaccination against the CCP virus before they could participate in the race.
Pompeo: Always Stand With the People of Hong Kong

Pompeo: Always Stand With the People of Hong Kong

On Oct. 17, former U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo tweeted after being invited to a gathering of Hong Kong residents living in the United States that he would always stand with the people of Hong Kong.
U.S. Hearing Calls for Continued Attention to Human Rights in Hong Kong

U.S. Hearing Calls for Continued Attention to Human Rights in Hong Kong

At a recent hearing, senior Republican U.S. Rep. Chris Smith said the United States should take a new look at the deteriorating human rights situation in Hong Kong and not let tyranny kill the flame of freedom for the people of Hong Kong.
The Motivation for the CCP To Invade Taiwan

The Motivation for the CCP To Invade Taiwan

(1) The Chinese Military Tested a Hypersonic Missile in August (2) Evergrande Investigated by Hong Kong Financial Reporting Council (3) NSW Records 301 New COVID Cases, 10 Deaths on Eve of School Return
Hong Kong Education Bureau: Only New Teachers Who Have Passed the Basic Law Test Will Be Appointed

Hong Kong Education Bureau: Only New Teachers Who Have Passed the Basic Law Test Will Be Appointed

On October 15, Hong Kong Secretary for Education Yeung Yun-hung said that he would require Hong Kong primary and secondary schools to hire only new teachers who have passed the Basic Law test, and did not rule out starting the assessment of new teachers about the Hong Kong National Security Law at the end of next year.
Chinese University of Hong Kong’s Student Union announced its dissolution

Chinese University of Hong Kong’s Student Union announced its dissolution

The once glorious and prosperous Oriental Pearl has now become a completely stinking port
Kowtowing to the CCP for Re-election, Carrie Lam Enforced Article 23

Kowtowing to the CCP for Re-election, Carrie Lam Enforced Article 23

In order to seek re-election as the chief executive of Hong Kong, Carrie Lam issued a new "Policy Address" on the 6th, stating that she is actively promoting the local legislative work of Article 23 of the Basic Law. This draft law related to the Chinese Communist Party’s national security law caused a huge controversy in Hong Kong from 2002 to 2003, triggering a demonstration by 500,000 people. As a result, the final legislative process had to be shelved.
The Chinese University of Hong Kong Student Union Announced Its Dissolution, Civil Society Continues To Be Destroyed Under the National Security Law

The Chinese University of Hong Kong Student Union Announced Its Dissolution, Civil Society Continues To Be Destroyed Under the National Security Law

On October 7, the student union of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, which had been established for half a century, announced its dissolution, becoming the latest victim of the authorities' frenzied crackdown on civil society groups under the National Security Law. One comment sarcastically said, "Hong Kong has gone through so many storms, and it's amazing that today it can't even accommodate a student union. The country is so powerful!"
The Largest Trade Union Organization, the CTU, Is Forced To Announce Its Dissolution Under the Hong Kong Communist Party’s National Security Law

The Largest Trade Union Organization, the CTU, Is Forced To Announce Its Dissolution Under the Hong Kong Communist Party’s National Security Law

The Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions (HKCTU), the largest independent trade union organization in Hong Kong, officially announced its dissolution on October 3 due to the implementation of the Hong Kong version of the National Security Law and the extensive powers it gives to the police.
Members of the League of Social Democrats (LSD) in Hong Kong Held a protest on PRC’s National Day

Members of the League of Social Democrats (LSD) in Hong Kong Held a protest on PRC’s National Day

On Oct. 1st, PRC’s National Day/National Mourning Day, 4 members from the League of Social Democrats (LSD) in Hong Kong staged a public protest while the evil police force deployed more than 8,000 manpower and exerts high-pressure and tight control.
CCP Take over Radio Television Hong Kong and Promulgate “Overriding Principle”

CCP Take over Radio Television Hong Kong and Promulgate “Overriding Principle”

On September 29th, Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK) issued a document to employees: "RTHK Editorial Policies and Procedures," which implemented the CCP news control under the name of "One Country, Two Systems."
Pro-democracy backbones including He Junren were sentenced to 6 to 10 months in prison for mourning June 4th

Pro-democracy backbones including He Junren were sentenced to 6 to 10 months in prison for mourning June 4th

According to Radio France Internationale (RFI)’s report on September 15, the Hong Kong police banned the 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre "June 4 vigil" in Hong Kong Victoria Park in 2020 due to the CCP virus epidemic.
U.K. warns CCP’s dissidents to avoid traveling to countries that signed extradition agreements with Communist China

U.K. warns CCP’s dissidents to avoid traveling to countries that signed extradition agreements with Communist China

Bill Browder criticized Communist China’s suppression of the Anti-Extradition Law Amendment Bill Movement in Hong Kong and advocated imposing Magnitsky Act sanctions on Communist China and Communist Hong Kong officials.