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            In Pictures: Ambassador demands UK take action after protesters chant slogans, burn Chinese flag outside embassy
            2020-10-07T09:23:17+08:00
            Rallies against Hong Kong’s national security law were held in two major British cities on China’s National Day last Thursday, drawing the ire of China’s ambassador.... read more
            Coronavirus: what is Hong Kong doing to curb a potential fourth wave? Exploring new tests, new tech and taking samples of sewage
            2020-10-07T08:00:17+08:00
            Tracking the new coronavirus has presented challenges to scientists and health authorities, but the technologies involved are maturing. In this last entry in a three-part series, the... read more
            Coronavirus: what is Hong Kong doing to curb a potential fourth wave? Exploring new tests, new tech and taking samples of sewage
            2020-10-07T08:00:17+08:00
            Tracking the new coronavirus has presented challenges to scientists and health authorities, but the technologies involved are maturing. In this last entry in a three-part series, the... read more
            Germany and Western allies call for acceptance of Uygurs as refugees as China is also slammed over Hong Kong law
            2020-10-07T04:21:52+08:00
            In a United Nations speech on Tuesday supported by 38 other countries, Germany criticised China’s human rights record and called on the world to accept persecuted Uygur Muslims as... read more
            Freedom of speech or Hong Kong independence? More details emerge of education row over deregistered teacher
            2020-10-06T22:54:22+08:00
            A pair of hour-long lessons at a Hong Kong primary school on freedom of speech and independence are at the centre of a row over limits and relevant concepts in class, following the... read more
            Freedom of speech or Hong Kong independence? More details emerge of education row over deregistered teacher
            2020-10-06T22:54:22+08:00
            A pair of hour-long lessons at a Hong Kong primary school on freedom of speech and independence are at the centre of a row over limits and relevant concepts in class, following the... read more
            Thai Covid-19 patient linked to Tsim Sha Tsui bar now suspected of being part of group working illegally in Hong Kong as hostesses
            2020-10-06T22:33:29+08:00
            A Thai Covid-19 patient linked to a potential cluster of cases at a Tsim Sha Tsui watering hole is now believed by authorities to be among a group of 10 women from the country who were... read more
            Thai Covid-19 patient linked to Tsim Sha Tsui bar now suspected of being part of group working illegally in Hong Kong as hostesses
            2020-10-06T22:33:29+08:00
            A Thai Covid-19 patient linked to a potential cluster of cases at a Tsim Sha Tsui watering hole is now believed by authorities to be among a group of 10 women from the country who were... read more
            Hong Kong herbal products chain Hoi Tin Tong sues former shareholder for HK$130 million over news report claims of mould on turtle jelly
            2020-10-06T21:41:57+08:00
            A Hong Kong herbal products chain is seeking more than HK$130 million (US$16.7 million) from a former shareholder for defamation following a news report that purportedly showed staff... read more
            Hong Kong top court vandalised with paint splatter at base of pillar
            2020-10-06T20:44:33+08:00
            Hong Kong’s top court was vandalised on Tuesday, with paint splattered at the base of a pillar of the historic building.Police were notified by a security guard, who said a man threw... read more
            Hong Kong police group tells medical watchdog lawmaker-doctor has ‘degraded profession’ with ‘hate speech’ at officers
            2020-10-06T19:47:16+08:00
            Hong Kong’s biggest police association has lodged a complaint with the city’s medical watchdog, accusing opposition lawmaker and urologist Dr Kwok Ka-ki of professional misconduct... read more
            Discussions on Hong Kong independence off limits in schools and universities, education chief warns teachers
            2020-10-06T18:49:57+08:00
            Discussions on independence are off-limits in schools and universities, and teachers pushing a separatist stance could face criminal investigation, Hong Kong’s education chief warned... read more
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