Anti-extradition movement is the great unifier for democracy in Hong Kong

Human Rights 09/22/22, 15:09

On June 12, 2019, thousands of proactive Hong Kong citizens surrounded the Legislative Council buildings, the Maoist fiefdom where the repressive policies of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) are woven.The citizens protested against the extradition order of pro-democracy activists who confronted the totalitarian reaction of the CCP and the betrayal ...

Falun Dafa practitioner found not guilty amid Hong Kong CCP crackdown

Social problem 06/30/22, 03:56

Since the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) infiltrated Hong Kong and imposed the national security law, practitioners of Falun Dafa, also called Falun Gong, have been repressed, censored, fined, and even arrested for telling the truth about the persecution they suffered in China. For example, Ms. Dong, a Hong Kong citizen, on ...

Hong Kong National Security Law: Chinese Communist Party censors opposition websites

China 01/15/21, 14:51

A Hong Kong Internet service provider confirmed Thursday, that it blocked access to a pro-democracy, anti-Chinese Communist Party news website called HK Chronicles, under orders from the Beijing-controlled city government. Censoring the website was part of implementing the controversial National Security Law that aims to destroy any form of movement for ...

Three pro-democracy leaders jailed in Hong Kong for protesting the CCP

China 12/02/20, 16:34

Hong Kong's pro-democracy leaders Joshua Wong, Ivan Lam, and Agnes Chow were arrested and sentenced to prison on Wednesday, Dec. 2, after participating in a series of protests. They were protesting the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) tightening its grip on the territory under the guise of a new security law ...

Dissidents in Hong Kong create new symbols of protest, dodging repression

China 07/08/20, 15:26

The new national security law imposed by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in Hong Kong becomes a challenge for the defenders of autonomy, now forced to create new symbols to express their desire for freedom. From one day to the next, all forms of expression resembling political slogans were banned. If ...

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