“Embrace the rainbow”: Highlights from the Policy Address 2019

“Embrace the rainbow”: Highlights from the Policy Address 2019

From its messy prelude in LegCo to the pre-recorded delivery, this is the need-to-know on 2019’s policy address. Photo: A screenshot taken from the pre-recorded…

HK protesters reach targeted American audience, if not America’s masses

HK protesters reach targeted American audience, if not America’s masses

Chants and songs at Monday’s rally called to the US for their aid – namely through passing the HK Human Rights and Democracy Act. Photo:…

Extending the Great Firewall of China would “destroy” Hong Kong – but it can be done

Extending the Great Firewall of China would “destroy” Hong Kong – but it can be done

The suggestion of implementing restrictions to HK’s Internet has many up in arms – but how easily can it be pulled off? Photo: A landscape…

Ban on wearing masks at protests “thoroughly chilling”

Ban on wearing masks at protests “thoroughly chilling”

Hong Kong government wields emergency law to ban mask-wearing and facial covering at public assemblies. Photo: Protester in London wears a hard hat with “Free…

HK may lose freest economy title if it remains “shackled by government”, Fraser warns

HK may lose freest economy title if it remains “shackled by government”, Fraser warns

Fraser Institute’s Economic Freedom of the World 2019 annual report ranks Hong Kong at its #1 spot – but not without a word of caution. …

HK and Macau Affairs Office Spokesperson pushing hard for introduction of National Education

HK and Macau Affairs Office Spokesperson pushing hard for introduction of National Education

Fears resurface over the possible realisation of an education system that may brainwash upcoming generations. Photo credit: Students and workers sit together during a strike…

Glory to Hong Kong’s bilingual significance, musicality, and more

Glory to Hong Kong’s bilingual significance, musicality, and more

There’s more to the anti-extradition bill protesters’ anthem than meets the eyes (and ears!).

Harbour Times covers 15 September protests

Harbour Times covers 15 September protests

Harbour Times on the day’s hectic events, providing up to ten hours of protest coverage on the streets.

CUHK professor apologises for uproar caused by controversial protest remark on ethnic minorities

CUHK professor apologises for uproar caused by controversial protest remark on ethnic minorities

Ethnic minorities group accuses CUHK professor of remark laden with racial discrimination during lecture. Photo Credit: Don North

Hong Kong’s Chinese language curriculum may be “trimmed” down, concerning educators

Hong Kong’s Chinese language curriculum may be “trimmed” down, concerning educators

A document suggesting the streamlining of the Chinese language curriculum is open to public opinion until 16 October, 2019. Photo: “small_IMG_9263” by side guacamole is licensed under CC BY-SA…