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Turnout low in Hong Kong’s first election after Beijing ruling on...

Just over 1.3 million registered voters, or 29.28 percent, had cast their ballots in geographical constituencies by 9.30 p.m.

Bishop Stephen Chow of Hong Kong: ‘Let the Holy Spirit surprise...

What can we expect from Bishop Stephen Chow Sau-yan of Hong Kong?

Volunteer pedicurists help Hong Kong’s elderly

While Hong Kong has a public healthcare system, many complain they have to wait for long periods to be seen

Hong Kong libraries remove books for ‘violating’ national security law

More than 100 titles are believed to have disappeared from Hong Kong's network of public libraries since July 1, 2020

Foreign journalists fear further trouble under Hong Kong security law

Foreign correspondents in Hong Kong say sources are far less willing to talk to them since the citywide crackdown on public dissent

Why the next bishop of Hong Kong has a giraffe in...

On the coat of arms, the giraffe’s long neck extends out beyond the bounds of the shield

Amnesty International closes office in Hong Kong amid crackdown on dissent

The announcement came after police surrounded marathon runners and demanded that they remove the slogan "Go Hong Kong!"

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

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