Beijing rebuked for ‘grievous attack’ on Hong Kong freedoms

Arrests fuel concerns that the city has taken a swift authoritarian turn

Jailed Hong Kong publisher honored with press freedom award

I’m afraid that without the news, the world will forget us, says jailed Jimmy Lai

Hong Kong activist Grandma Wong says she was held in mainland...

The 64-year-old had been a familiar face at pro-democracy protests last year, often waving a large British flag

Hong Kong activists appear in court over banned Tiananmen vigil

It was the first time the vigil had been banned in Hong Kong, with police citing coronavirus restrictions as the reason for not granting permission

Hong Kong University sacks veteran democracy activist

Governing council decision reversed an earlier decision by the university senate that there were not enough grounds for a dismissal

Hackers hit Hong Kong Catholic Church, report says

The hacking attacks came to light as Hong Kong’s church leaders openly backed pro-democracy protests despite warnings from the Vatican

Young Hong Kong democrats seek new political order under shadow of...

Democrats are hoping to secure a majority in the city's 70-seat legislature for the first time, riding a wave of anti-Beijing sentiment

Hong Kong bans protest anthem in schools as fears over freedoms...

Authorities also banned protest slogans as the new laws came into force last week.

Hong Kong lawyers alarmed at plans for judges in national security...

‘You can't be slightly independent any more than you can be slightly pregnant,’ Hong Kong Bar Association's chairman says

Taiwan scrambles to ready for influx from Hong Kong protests

Democratic and Chinese-claimed Taiwan has little experience in dealing with refugees and with worries that China could infiltrate spies posing as activists

Hong Kong police arrest 53 during fresh pro-democracy protests

More protests planned for coming days, with pro-democracy supporters fearing proposed national security legislation will dramatically stifle freedoms

Hong Kongers defy rally ban to mark Tiananmen Massacre

Many took to the streets to light candles and stand for a minute's silence, seven Catholic churches also opened their doors

Make a difference!

We work tirelessly each day to support the mission of the Church by giving voice to the voiceless.
Your donation will add volume to our effort.
Monthly pledge