The first death of Hong Kong Student likely to intensify unrest in Hong Kong

The death of a 22 year old Hong Kong student who was injured after falling from the third floor of the car parking early on Monday during police dispersion operation, is likely... Read more »

Hong Kong students graduate wearing masks

Following at least 22 weeks of sometime violent unrest in the Chinese-ruled city Hong Kong, more than 1,000 students attended their graduation ceremony at the Chinese University of Hong Kong on Thursday,... Read more »

Hong Kong: Protesters plan for more protests; two critically injured after weekend clashes

Two men are reported to be in a critical condition on Monday after another weekend of unrest and clashes between riot police and anti-government protesters in Hong Kong. Riot police stormed shopping... Read more »

Hong Kong: Protesters vandalise Xinhua agency as protests stretch to 22nd week

Police fired tear gas at black-clad protesters across Hong Kong on Saturday after they set fire to metro stations and vandalized buildings including China’s official Xinhua news agency in some of the... Read more »
Main frame: Protesters unite in HK, Inset (Left): Carrie Lam, Inset (Right): Chan Tong-kai (All Images: Reuters)

Hong Kong: China plans to replace Chief Executive Lam after unrest ends – meanwhile ‘no end in sight to unrest’

China is drawing up a plan to replace Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam with an “interim” chief executive once the protests settled down, the Financial Times reported. Meanwhile, the protests are showing... Read more »

Hong Kong Pro-democracy activists plan for rally after another weekend of unrest

After another weekend of unrest in Chinese-ruled city Hong Kong, pro-democracy activists have planned to launch a rally against the government on Monday evening. The weekend’s clash between Protesters and Police involved... Read more »

Hong Kong pro-democracy activist appeals against sentence as more protests loom

(Reuters) – A Hong Kong pro-democracy activist jailed for six years for rioting in 2016 appeared in court on Wednesday to appeal against his sentence, as anti-government protests showed no signs of... Read more »
Left: Press Release, Right: Reuters/Jorge Silva

Two Nepalis amongst hundreds arrested in Hong Kong, city imposes ’emergency powers’

Hong Kong police have detained two Nepalis for allegedly ‘protesting’ against the nation. They have been identified as Jenny Rai and Rosemary Limbu (both students) and have been arrested since 1st October,... Read more »

Hong Kong anti-government protester shot in chest by riot police

A Hong Kong anti-government protester has been shot by a riot police officer, becoming the first kind of injury in the Pro- democracy demonstration in Hong Kong ongoing for four months now.... Read more »

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam to hold dialogue with community to ease ongoing tensions

Hong Kong’s chief executive Carrie Lam said on Tuesday that she and her team would hold dialogue sessions with the community next week, aiming to ease the months-long protests of sometimes violent,... Read more »