Extradition Law

19 Jun 19
VOP Today News

UNITED STATES (VOP TODAY NEWS) — Members of the LegCo, the “parliament” of Hong Kong, gathered for the first time since the protest against the draft law on extradition to China, and several opposition MPs blasted the management of this crisis by the pro-Beijing executive, reports AFP news agency. The former British colony has been […]

19 Jun 19
Newsy Today

Members of the LegCo, the "parliament" of Hong Kong, met for the first time since the protest against the draft law on extradition to China, and several opposition members lambasted the management of this crisis by the pro-Beijing executive. The former British colony has been the scene for the last ten days of mass demonstrations […]

19 Jun 19
Newsy Today

HONG KONG – The best security officer who was at Hong Kong on Wednesday opened the use of peas and pepper spray to criticize against protesters last week, saying the officers were in a "menacing condition". life. ” The protest on June 12 was one of three major exhibitions in recent days against a bill […]

19 Jun 19
NATION AND STATE

UPDATE: June 19, 4:17 p.m. HKT Pan-democratic lawmakers, clad in black while carrying white flowers, held a moment of silence to pay tribute a protester who died last week, at the Hong Kong’s Legislative Council (LegCo) on June 19, according to Hong Kong media RTHK. The protester died after falling off scaffolding while putting up […]

19 Jun 19
Metro Manila

Hong Kong’s leader issues ‘most sincere’ apology  South China Morning Post Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam offers apology after protests  Guardian News Hong Kong leader offers ‘most sincere apology’ over law turmoil  Rappler Supporters of Hong Kong protests rally in Germany  South China Morning Post Hong Kong’s black march against extradition law  Rappler View full coverage on Google News http://bit.ly/2WUijNl

19 Jun 19
Bon Bon Lifestyle Webazine

Secretary for Security John Lee has apologised to the public for the Hong Kong government’s deficiencies in pushing forward the ill-fated extradition bill. Chief Executive Carrie Lam made a personal apology on Tuesday following several mass protests and clashes between protesters and police in Admiralty last Wednesday. “I am part of those responsible for the law amendment – […]

19 Jun 19
SS NEWS

Many in Hong Kong, fearful of China’s grasp, flee to Taiwan  Reuters TAIPEI/HONG KONG (Reuters) – For Hong Kong resident Yung Xiu Kwan, 67, a proposed extradition law that would allow people in the former British colony to … View full coverage on Google News from World – Latest – Google News https://reut.rs/2x4cBJC

19 Jun 19
Business Immersion: Philippines

By LEUNG Lap Hin, Anson A Week of Turmoil at Home The last week was a time of anxiety and fury, which brought depression and drove me out of the mood. Starting from the 9th June, Hong Kong citizens took on the street peacefully to protest against the extradition to China laws. Among the crowds, […]

19 Jun 19
Taiwan Insight

Written by Benedict Rogers. On Radio Taiwan International I was asked if Xi’s China is night and Taiwan is day, what is Hong Kong? “Dusk”, I replied. I can only hope that the sun will rise again in Hong Kong, that daylight will emerge in mainland China, and that all of us who cherish freedom and democracy will defend Taiwan.

19 Jun 19
NATION AND STATE

TAIPEI, Taiwan—Many Hongkongers have immigrated to neighboring Taiwan in recent years to enjoy the democratic freedom that is slowly being lost in Hong Kong.  “The freedom in Hong Kong is being eroded step by step. Many of the students protesters [in Hong Kong] against the proposed extradition bill have said they want to immigrate, whether […]

19 Jun 19
SS NEWS

Many in Hong Kong, fearful of China’s grasp, flee to Taiwan  Reuters TAIPEI/HONG KONG (Reuters) – For Hong Kong resident Yung Xiu Kwan, 67, a proposed extradition law that would allow people in the former British colony to … View full coverage on Google News from World – Latest – Google News https://reut.rs/2x4cBJC

19 Jun 19
HybridTechCar

And after the most large-scale performance, they organized a Saturday. Since the beginning of the summer, mass protests have been held in Hong Kong. Their participants oppose the adoption of a law according to which the authorities will be able to extradite suspects to mainland China, Macao and Taiwan, with which Hong Kong does not have […]

19 Jun 19
NATION AND STATE

UPDATE: June 19, 2:04 p.m. HKT Students’ Unions of Higher Institutions announced it would “elevate their actions” in protest against the extradition bill, if the Hong Kong government fails to respond to their four demands by 5 p.m. local time on June 20, Hong Kong media RTHK reported. The four demands include withdrawal of the […]