National security Law / National Anthem Legislation

Spokesperson of the Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office of the State Council: The statement that the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region implements the “separation of powers”must be corrected

Swiss Photographer On Trial In Hong Kong Over Protest Clash

Pupil suspended by school for displaying ‘free Hong Kong’ slogan during online classes, as officials warn actions could violate national security law

Profile picture of Form Four student at Heung To Middle School in Kowloon Tong showed flag displaying political sloganEducation Bureau says it has already contacted school over message, which it says implies independence, secession and subversion

What I learnt from the Hong Kong refugee who came to stay

While high-profile exiles can claim asylum with relative ease, the “Timothys” threatened by China’s crackdown on dissent face a harder task.

As China Cracks Down, Hong Kongers Start Digitally Preserving Their City

From community archives to video games, here are some ways Hongkongers are saving their city’s ephemeral local culture.

One Country, Two Systems, No Future
The End of Hong Kong as We Know It

Anonymous Site Ramps Up ‘Doxxing’ Campaign Against HK Activists

Australian James Spigelman resigns as judge of Hong Kong appeals court over new national security law

Children have become the latest targets of Hong Kong’s National Security Law

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