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…

Big news roundup: 4 September, 2019

Big news roundup: 4 September, 2019

Complete withdrawal of the Fugitive Offenders Bill leaves one of five demands met, and other big news stories from today. Photo: Screenshot from Carrie Lam’s…

Anson Chan prophesises that Carrie Lam “lost all will to govern”, suggests Canadian government to enforce sanctions

Anson Chan prophesises that Carrie Lam “lost all will to govern”, suggests Canadian government to enforce sanctions

Former Chief Secretary shares prophetic words regarding current Chief Executive and she lends advice to Canada, urging its government to impose sanctions for violations to…

Legco’s Christopher Cheung suggestion sparks accusation of condoning capital controls

Legco’s Christopher Cheung suggestion sparks accusation of condoning capital controls

Legco member suggestion to counter protester plans prompts immediate blowback from think tank, legislator. Photo credit: Christopher Cheung from Wikimedia Commons

Big efforts are small steps towards a zero-plastic HK

Big efforts are small steps towards a zero-plastic HK

Hong Kong environmental groups drive initiatives to ditch plastic use. Photo: Cucumbers in plastic (Coles supermarket) by Anna Gregory from Flickr Creative Commons

BREAKING: Two resignations at senior management level of HKU

BREAKING: Two resignations at senior management level of HKU

Dr Steven J Cannon and Professor T S Andy Hor to depart from their positions at HKU. Photo: Main Building HKU by Ka-Fai,So

Cracks in the establishment

Cracks in the establishment

A chronological collection of pro-government officials who have broken ranks, shaking the status quo. Photo Credit: Cracks by a.dombrowski from Flickr Creative Commons’

Dire economic consequences expected for airport closure

Dire economic consequences expected for airport closure

Photo Credit: Food Court in Terminal 1 by Malcolm Koo CC-BY-SA 4.0