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Danish artist tries to reclaim Tiananmen tribute from Hong Kong University

The artist of the "Pillar of Shame" said he isn't being given enough time to remove the sculpture

Hong Kong’s Tiananmen vigil organizer disbands

The Hong Kong Alliance was one of the most prominent symbols of the city's former political plurality

Iron curtain falls on Hong Kong cinema as censors demand cuts

In June, authorities announced all films would now be scrutinized for "national security" breaches

Hong Kong police order Tiananmen vigil group to delete websites

The Hong Kong Alliance is the latest opposition group to be targeted by a sweeping national security law

Vaccinated Filipino workers can enter Hong Kong from Aug 30

The move should benefit some 3,000 workers waiting to be deployed to Hong Kong, Labor Secretary Bello said

Hong Kong’s new bishop says he wants to bring unity. Why...

The incoming bishop will need to address differences among Catholics in Hong Kong, heightened by varying reactions to the protest movement

Hong Kong democracy activist: Most of my friends have been detained

More than 10,000 people have been arrested in Hong Kong since the 2019 anti-government protest movement

Activist: China’s ‘killing’ of Hong Kong paper has ‘serious implications’ for...

Benedict Rogers, co-founder of Hong Kong Watch, said the suppression of Apple Daily 'represents the death of media freedom in Hong Kong'

Hong Kong police arrest newspaper executives, seize reporting materials

The incident raises further concerns about media freedoms in the Chinese-ruled city

Cardinal Zen of Hong Kong calls for justice 32 years after...

One church quickly reached its 30 percent capacity set by coronavirus restrictions and opened up its courtyard to accommodate more people

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