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Hong Kong free speech: ‘The red line has been clearly drawn’

Last Friday, I said that press freedom in Hong Kong died, with the expulsion of Financial Times journalist Victor…

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Xenophobia and Hong Kong independence

Andy Chan Ho-tin 陈浩天, founder of the pro-independence Hong Kong National Party, gave a speech…

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A hotpot of mixed up news

In no particular order: The future of a bitcoin billionaire Bitmain is the dominant force in bitcoin and cryptocurrency…

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Hong Kong moves to crush pro-independence party

It has been little more than two years since the pro-independence Hong Kong National Party was founded….

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Pictures of the Day: A rainy-day vigil at Victoria Park, Hong Kong

Thousands of people streamed onto the soccer fields — still wet from the afternoon’s rain — in Hong Kong’s…

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Sinica Podcast: Introducing TechBuzz China by Pandaily, plus Joanna Chiu on Hong Kong’s illicit wildlife trade

This week’s Sinica Podcast is now live: Listen to it now! Big news: The Sinica Podcast network is…

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Hong Kong university to punish students protesting Mandarin test

A little over two months after a group of students from…

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Hong Kong business magnate Li Ka-shing retires at 89

Li Ka-shing’s rags-to-riches story has inspired generations of people in Hong Kong and beyond. He made his first pot…

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Hong Kong votes to ban ivory trade by 2021

At the very end of 2016, China’s State Council — the…

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Hong Kong university groups rally behind students suspended for protesting Mandarin test

Andrew Chan Lok-hang 陈乐行 (left) and Lau Tsz-kei 刘子颀, Hong Kong Baptist University students Two students at Hong Kong…

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Hong Kong’s Harvey Weinstein? Rape allegations surface against Eric Tsang

Yammie Lam 蓝洁瑛, a former Hong Kong actress who left the world of show…

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‘I’m not feeling positive’: Hong Kongers march again to resist Beijing’s influence

Thousands of protesters — 10,000 if you ask organizers, 6,200 if…

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A fishing village powered by the sun

A tiny fishing village on the coast of Hong Kong is revolutionizing the island’s solar industry. For…

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Chinese millennials in debt, plus China’s market economy debate

TODAY’S NEWS STORIES The end of China’s high savings rate China’s high household savings rate has been an economic fact…

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Hong Kong chief executive C.Y. Leung will not seek reelection due to family reasons

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