Hong Kong’s Authoritarian National Security Law Forces Amnesty International Out Of Its Hong Kong Office

Hong Kong’s Authoritarian National Security Law Forces Amnesty International Out Of Its Hong Kong Office

Oct. 27th, 2021 In a story by Breitbart on October 25th, 2021, it talks about how Amnesty International has decided to leave its Hong Kong office saying that Communist China’s oppressive “national security” law, imposed on Hong Kong to crush the 2019 pro-democracy movement, made shutting down regrettably necessary. Anjhula Mya Singh Bais, who is
Broadcast|The “Double Ten Day” is almost extinct under the Hong Kong National Security Law

Broadcast|The “Double Ten Day” is almost extinct under the Hong Kong National Security Law

The “Double Ten Day” of the Revolution of 1911, also known as the National Day of the Republic of China, had always been celebrated by pro-Taiwan groups and the Hong Kong people in the past.
CCP Has Violated International Agreements and Norms to Cement Its Political Control Over Hong Kong

CCP Has Violated International Agreements and Norms to Cement Its Political Control Over Hong Kong

10/14/2021 Congress Women Young Kim: The CCP has moved to violate binding international agreements and norms to cement its political control over Hong Kong.
We Can’t Let the Tyranny of Xi Jinping and CCP Stifle the Flame of Freedom in the Hearts of Hong Kong People

We Can’t Let the Tyranny of Xi Jinping and CCP Stifle the Flame of Freedom in the Hearts of Hong Kong People

10/14/2021 Christopher Smith: We have to pivot back to standing in solidarity with the oppressed, and not with the oppressor. We can’t let the tyranny of Xi Jinping and the CCP stifle the flame of freedom that resides in the hearts of the people of Hong Kong.
The “Double Ten Day” is almost extinct under the Hong Kong National Security Law

The “Double Ten Day” is almost extinct under the Hong Kong National Security Law

In the shadow of the "Hong Kong National Security Law," the celebrations in Hong Kong have almost disappeared.
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.
U.K. Warned Everyone to Avoid Extradition Locations

U.K. Warned Everyone to Avoid Extradition Locations

The Liberty Times reports that the U.K. government updated their travel advice on the department’s website in September for citizens traveling through Hong Kong. The new updates remind people of several matters regarding “Hong Kong National Security Law,” including 45 charges which carry the maximum penalty of life imprisonment.
A wave of teacher resignation emerge under the influence of National Security Law

A wave of teacher resignation emerge under the influence of National Security Law

The education sector in Hong Kong has become a key target of rectification under the Chinese Communist Party’s national security law. “Patriotism” has become a focus in teaching. In addition, the Hong Kong Education Professionals Association (hereinafter referred to as the Education Association), which has a history of nearly half a century, was forced to disband on September 11. Schools at all levels in Hong Kong also reported a wave of teacher resignation.
Hong Kong Lawyer Withdraws from Law Society Election, Laments “Shameful and Sad” State of Law Society Election

Hong Kong Lawyer Withdraws from Law Society Election, Laments “Shameful and Sad” State of Law Society Election

On August 21, Law Society member Law Chang Nam announced that he was giving up his candidacy for the Law Society Council election. He claimed that he was withdrawing for the "safety" of himself and his family.
GT Online: Hong Kong Police Invoke Article 27 of the National Security Law To Arrest Students for the First Time

GT Online: Hong Kong Police Invoke Article 27 of the National Security Law To Arrest Students for the First Time

For the first time the Hong Kong police invoked Article 27 of the National Security Law, the crime of promoting terrorism, to arrest students
GT Online:Nearly 90,000 People Left Hong Kong in Fear of National Security Law

GT Online:Nearly 90,000 People Left Hong Kong in Fear of National Security Law

Nearly 90,000 People left Hong Kong in fear of National Security Law
Veteran journalist flees ‘white terror sweeping’ Hong Kong

Veteran journalist flees ‘white terror sweeping’ Hong Kong

Veteran Hong Kong broadcaster Steve Vines has fled the Chinese territory for the UK because of a “white terror sweeping” the city that was making journalism a high-risk occupation.
In media first, Hong Kong news outlet Initium quits city for Singapore

In media first, Hong Kong news outlet Initium quits city for Singapore

Digital Hong Kong news outlet Initium is quitting the city for Singapore, making it the first media organization in the SAR to move overseas since the enactment of the controversial national security law.
Hong Kong student activist traumatized by national security probe

Hong Kong student activist traumatized by national security probe

She was only 17 years old and was stunned by the arrest. It has never come across to her that she could be among the first arrestees by National Security Police and she was not mentally prepared.Many of my friends have been detained, imprisoned, and in exile.
Fears of Hong Kong ‘exit ban’ add to emigration wave

Fears of Hong Kong ‘exit ban’ add to emigration wave

"We have long-standing concerns about the PRC's arbitrary use of exit bans without due process of law, including against American citizens," a State Department spokesperson said. "We are deeply concerned by the prospect of Hong Kong authorities adopting similar arbitrary measures."
First National Security Law Case in Hong Kong: Sentencing at 3 pm, July 29, 2021 –Prosecution Cites Chinese Law Books to Assist Judge’s Sentencing

First National Security Law Case in Hong Kong: Sentencing at 3 pm, July 29, 2021 –Prosecution Cites Chinese Law Books to Assist Judge’s Sentencing

The sentencing of Hong Kong's first National Security Law case is scheduled on July 30, 2021.
Leung Kwok-hung is Charged with Conspiracy to Commit Subversion under National Security Law

Leung Kwok-hung is Charged with Conspiracy to Commit Subversion under National Security Law

Leung Kwok-hung is Charged with Conspiracy to Commit Subversion under National Security Law and is behind bars
How Hong Kong’s civil society ‘withered’ under CCP’s national security purge

How Hong Kong’s civil society ‘withered’ under CCP’s national security purge

"The red lines are being tightened each day," activist Wong Yat-chin said. "Even the most peaceful and rational voices are not allowed. And there are so many groups disbanding themselves." Most of the city’s prominent democracy leaders are either in jail, facing prosecution, or have fled overseas.
The End of Free Speech in Hong Kong

The End of Free Speech in Hong Kong

The conviction of a pro-democracy activist is a watershed moment.
Activist Tong Ying-kit found guilty in Hong Kong’s first national security trial

Activist Tong Ying-kit found guilty in Hong Kong’s first national security trial

Hong Kong’s High Court found Pro-democracy Activist guilty in the city’s first-ever trial under the Beijing-imposed