Hong Kong’s Accountant Institute Quietly Announced End of Mutual Recognition Accord with U.S.

Hong Kong’s Accountant Institute Quietly Announced End of Mutual Recognition Accord with U.S.

The Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (HKICPA) issued a supplementary and clarification statement on its official website earlier this month to confirm the agreement of Mutual Recognition Accord which was signed in 2011 with the U.S. International Qualifications Appraisal Board (IQAB) which under the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA), will be expired on Dec 31 this year.
Telegram refuses Hong Kong government to delete user information

Telegram refuses Hong Kong government to delete user information

The Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data has issued an "ultimatum" to Telegram, claiming it is considering banning Telegram so that more than 100,000 Hong Kong users cannot connect to this messaging app if doxing content aimed at police and governmental officials is distributed.
A Great Hong Kong Movement is About to Begin

A Great Hong Kong Movement is About to Begin

On May 22, 2022, Miles Guo revealed in a live broadcast that an extensive campaign would take place in Hong Kong in the future.
Dozens Of Hong Kong Companies Ask for Extension To File Annual Reports To Avoid Suspension

Dozens Of Hong Kong Companies Ask for Extension To File Annual Reports To Avoid Suspension

On May 16, dozens of companies listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange requested extensions of the May 15 deadline to release their audited annual results to temporarily avoid trading suspension.
U.S. Indicts 1 Chinese American and 4 Chinese National Security Officials for Transnational Crackdown on Dissidents

U.S. Indicts 1 Chinese American and 4 Chinese National Security Officials for Transnational Crackdown on Dissidents

On May 18, the U.S. Department of Justice indicted five Chinese in the United States, one Chinese-American citizen and four Chinese National Security Agency personnel, accusing them of participating in monitoring Chinese dissidents in the United States, including one unnamed Hong Kong pro-democracy activist.
Hong Kong DAB Proposes Universal Health Care Voucher Program to Deal with The Collateral Disaster of CCP Virus Vaccine

Hong Kong DAB Proposes Universal Health Care Voucher Program to Deal with The Collateral Disaster of CCP Virus Vaccine

Hong Kong Democratic Alliance for the Betterment and Progress (DBA) members today verbally questioned whether the government would consider expanding the scope of elderly health care vouchers to cover all age groups, including adding a children's health care voucher scheme and injecting HK$2,000 per year into each children's health care voucher account.
The Hong Kong Communist government is considering blocking Telegram

The Hong Kong Communist government is considering blocking Telegram

On May 17, local time, it was reported that the Hong Kong Communist government is considering blocking the use of telegram software. The authority claimed that "human flesh search" has been classified as a criminal offence, and telegram groups often involve such messages, which will reappear after a few days of deletion.
The CCP Mass Arrests in Hong Kong, Multiple Well-Known Democratic Activists Are Arrested

The CCP Mass Arrests in Hong Kong, Multiple Well-Known Democratic Activists Are Arrested

Xu Baoqiang, and the other four trustees of the fund, including former Hong Kong cardinal Chen Yat-kun, barrister Ng Ai-yi, singer Ho Yun-sze (Denise Ho), and former Legislative Council member Ho Sau-lan, who is still serving a sentence, were arrested by Hong Kong Police.
Canada Embraces Record Numbers of Hong Konger Immigrants

Canada Embraces Record Numbers of Hong Konger Immigrants

According to a report by Canada Immigration News on May 11, due to the CCP’s totalitarian measures in Hong Kong of restricting media freedom, suppressing labor union organizations, arresting pro-democracy activists and forcing all public officials to take a loyalty test, more and more Hong Kongers have immigrated to Canada to escape the CCP's tyranny.
H.K. N.S. Arrests Trustees of 612 Humanitarian Relief Fund

H.K. N.S. Arrests Trustees of 612 Humanitarian Relief Fund

Nation Security arrested Chen Rijun, Ng Ai-Yi, Ho Yun-Shih and Xu Baoqiang on the ground of violating the national security law. Now the national security law is a tool used to crack down on the non-violent activities, making a chilling effect.
G7 Expresses Grave Concern Over the Selection Process for the Chief Executive in Hong Kong

G7 Expresses Grave Concern Over the Selection Process for the Chief Executive in Hong Kong

The sole candidate anointed by the CCP, John Lee, was selected as Hong Kong’s new Chief Executive in the city’s first single-candidate election, which concluded at noon on May 8th. The first election after the CCP forcibly “perfected” the electoral system, under which there were 1,461 members in total in the Election Committee.
G7 Joint Statement: This CE Election in Hong Kong Is an Attack on Its Fundamental Freedoms

G7 Joint Statement: This CE Election in Hong Kong Is an Attack on Its Fundamental Freedoms

On May 9, the foreign ministers of the Group of Seven (G7) issued a statement expressing "grave concern" about the Chief Executive election process in Hong Kong, calling it an attack on Hong Kong's fundamental freedoms.
G7 and EU Expressed Grave Concern Over HK Chief Executive Selection

G7 and EU Expressed Grave Concern Over HK Chief Executive Selection

On May 9th, the G7 Foreign Ministers (G7) of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States, as well as the High Representative of the European Union (EU), released a statement expressing their deep concern over the selection process of the Hong Kong(HK) Chief Executive.
EU: John Lee Ka-chiu’s election as HK’s new chief executive violates democratic norms

EU: John Lee Ka-chiu’s election as HK’s new chief executive violates democratic norms

According to the media, on May 8 the head of the foreign policy of the European Union (EU) situated on the 8th that Li Jiachao was appointed by the CCP as the new chief executive of Hong Kong, which goes against democratic norms. Li was a police officer, and former Hong Kong Security Bureau chief, and once suppressed Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement.
Former Secretary for Security John Lee was endorsed as Hong Kong’s next leader

Former Secretary for Security John Lee was endorsed as Hong Kong’s next leader

Hong Kong's new chief executive election was held on the morning of May 8. It is the first single-candidate election in Hong Kong's history after its election system was revised by the CCP.
CCP elected John Lee Ka-chiu as the chief executive of HK, and the EU expressed serious doubts

CCP elected John Lee Ka-chiu as the chief executive of HK, and the EU expressed serious doubts

64-year-old John Lee Ka-chiu who was responsible for overseeing the crackdown on Hong Kong's democratic movement. On May 8, he was elected as the Chief Executive of Hong Kong by the Election Committee formed by the pro-CCP. John Lee Ka-chiu was sanctioned by the USA, and he is the only candidate supported by Beijing to succeed Carrie Lam.
Hong Kong has Emergency Response Plan to SWIFT Sanctions

Hong Kong has Emergency Response Plan to SWIFT Sanctions

On May 5th, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority formulated an emergency plan to deal with sanctions imposed by the United States on Hong Kong or mainland China for supporting Russia.
MAYFLOWER KURZBERICHTEN (05/05/2022)

MAYFLOWER KURZBERICHTEN (05/05/2022)

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Hong Kong Press Freedom Index Plummets to the Level of Third-World Countries

Hong Kong Press Freedom Index Plummets to the Level of Third-World Countries

According to the 2022 World Press Freedom Index published by Reporters Without Borders (RSF), Hong Kong ranks 148 out of 180 countries and regions in the world, falling from the 80th place last year, the largest drop in the region.
The Hong Kong Foreign Correspondents’ Club (FCC) Suspended Human Rights Press Awards

The Hong Kong Foreign Correspondents’ Club (FCC) Suspended Human Rights Press Awards

The Hong Kong Foreign Correspondents' Club (FCC) issued an announcement on the 25 April to suspend the award of this year's Human Rights Press Award on the grounds of "not wanting to accidentally breach the law", and the statement did not mention whether it will be continued in the coming year.
China ‘Infiltrates’ Groups Welcoming Hong Kongers To UK

China ‘Infiltrates’ Groups Welcoming Hong Kongers To UK

Two groups that received government funding to welcome migrants from Hong Kong to the UK have been accused of ties to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). This time may reveal concerns that the Birmingham Chinese Community Centre (CCC-B) and the Southampton Chinese Association (CAS) have been infiltrated by the CCP