Hong Kong school students form human chain to express solidarity with protesters

Hundreds of uniformed school students on Monday took to the streets, forming a human chain as a gesture of support towards anti-government protesters in Hong Kong after another weekend of unrest and... Read more »

Hong Kong continues to protest; to take their democracy message to U.S. Consulate

Hong Kong Police have fired tear gas at anti-government protesters for a second night. The decision was taken in order to refrain them from accessing the airport as the unrest continues towards... Read more »

Hong Kong withdraws Extradition Bill from legislature

Hong Kong government has announced to withdraw the contradictory extradition bill from the legislature as a concession to end the months-long chaos in the city. Appearing on television on Wednesday which was... Read more »
Anti-extradition bill protesters march to demand democracy and political reforms, in Hong Kong, China August 18, 2019. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

Hong Kong leader sees ‘way out’ of chaos through dialogue

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said on Tuesday she hoped a peaceful weekend anti-government protest was the start of an effort to restore calm and that talks with non-violent protesters would provide... Read more »
Pro-Hong Kong and pro- China protesters clash in Melbourne on Friday.

Hong Kong Protests spill over to Australia and Canada; clashes reported in Melbourne and Toronto

As hundreds of thousands of Hong Kong people continue their resistance at home – several hundreds Hong Kong supporters have taken the protests in other cities too. In response, just like Newton’s... Read more »
Riot police clash with pro-democracy protesters on August 5 on the streets of Hong Kong (Image: Issac Lawrence/AFP)

Hong Kong: Police battle protesters as strike paralyses Hong Kong

What started several months ago as demonstrations over an extradition bill that would have let people be sent to mainland China for trial have grown into a much broader backlash against the... Read more »

Hong Kong leader says extradition bill ‘dead’, but critics not satisfied

The extradition bill that sparked Hong Kong’s biggest crisis in decades is dead, the territory’s leader said on Tuesday, adding that the government’s work on the legislation had been a “total failure”,... Read more »