Hong Kong authorities have announced a distribution ban on any movie that is a ‘threat to national security.’
‘Apple Daily,’ the embattled pro-democracy newspaper in Hong Kong, is no more.
A top adviser to Apple Daily owner Jimmy Lai confirms that the paper will soon cease production.
On a podcast with Nathan Law, the young politician who is one of Hong Kong’s most determined advocates of freedom
Joseph Tsai, the billionaire philanthropist and Nets owner, is trying to whitewash his pro-Beijing apologism with a new foundation.
The Chinese regime moves to snuff out a pro-democracy newspaper.
‘We are talking about a conspiracy in which suspects try to make use of journalistic work to collude with a foreign country,’ police said.
It is hard to deny that certain forms of environmentalism, often when climate change is involved, take on strong religious characteristics.
The anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre is an opportunity to reflect on the Chinese Communist Party’s wanton cruelty.