Hong Kong

Canada rejects Chinese warning against granting asylum to Hong Kong protesters

Canadian Foreign Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne said that Cong’s comments were "totally unacceptable and disturbing."

Elie M. Cantin-Nantel

Exiled Chinese virologist claims she has proof that COVID-19 was man made in Wuhan lab

The exiled Chinese virologist who fled to the United States to spread the truth about COVID-19 has entered the public spotlight again to expose scientific evidence proving that the coronavirus was concocted in a military Wuhan laboratory.

Mia Cathell

Prominent pro-democracy activist Jimmy Lai arrested by Hong Kong authorities

This marks the first time that the new national security law was used against the press.

Joe Vaughan

NBA will not allow 'FREEHONGKONG'official custom jerseys, but 'Mao Zedong' is fine

When users attempt to make a jersey with the slogan, a message appears stating: "We are unable to customize this item with the text you have entered. Please try a different entry."

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Former Ontario minister praises Beijing's national security law against Hong Kong

Former Ontario cabinet minister Michael Chan praised Beijing's new Hong Kong national security law, saying that it will bring stability to the city.

Collin Jones

New Hong Kong national security law allows warrantless searches and covert surveillance of online activity

The Hong Kong police are implementing a number of controversial powers as part of the new national security law—including searches of private property without a warrant.

Collin Jones

Trudeau suspends extradition treaty with Hong Kong after Beijing imposes draconian law

Trudeau has introduced a fundamental shift in Canada's relationship with Hong Kong after the Chinese regime introduced a new security bill.

Nico Johnson

US revokes special status with Hong Kong, bars weapons exports

The US will no longer be exporting weapons or other sensitive technological equipment to Hong Kong due to China's newest imposition of security legislation.

Collin Jones

China announces plans to restrict Americans' travel over Hong Kong dispute

China said it would be imposing visa restrictions on US residents as an act of retaliation against the country’s moves to discipline Hong Kong officials.

Sam Edwards

There’s been decades of class warfare—Now, the chickens are home to roost

Problems of democracy cannot easily, by their nature, be solved democratically. Instead, times come, as they have in Hong Kong and America, when the tree of liberty must be refreshed with the blood of patriots and tyrants.

Samuel Helguero

Thousands defy ban in Hong Kong to attend Tiananmen vigil

Thousands of demonstrators have defied the ban in Hong Kong to attend a mass vigil in memory of Beijing’s 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown victims.

Sam Edwards

UN Security Council fails to condemn China's actions against Hong Kong

China’s domestic legislation was raised by the US, but the conversation stopped when China and Russia objected to discussing the issue at the Security Council.

Leonardo Briceno

Pro-democracy activist from Hong Kong asks for Canadian support

Hong Kong activist asks western nations to defend the city against China. "While we are here, we will fight," she said.

Collin Jones

US to cancel visas of students found to have Chinese military ties

The US intends to cancel the visas of thousands of Chinese graduate students thought by President Donald Trump's administration to be linked with China's military.

Collin Jones

US Secretary of State certifies that Hong Kong no longer has autonomy from Beijing

Hong Kong is no longer an autonomous region per a certification from US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo before Congress today.

Libby Emmons