Stories about Hong Kong (China) from June, 2010
China: The end of Google.cn redirect
Kai Pan from China/divide comments on the end of Google.cn's redirecting of search engine to Google Hong Kong.
Hong Kong and China: Local languages
Wangbo discusses the relation between language and identity in China and Hong Kong by referring to a blog post written by Luqui Luwei.
Hong Kong: Blocked by government free wifi?
Daai Tou Laam, a blogger who is very critical of the Hong Kong government, complains that his blog has become inaccessible via the SAR government free wifi service.
Hong Kong: Goddess of Democracy denied entry
Today is the 21st anniversary of the June 4 Massacre in Beijing Tiananmen and the Hong Kong public will continue their annual candle night vigil tonight. However, the preparation process hasn't been very smooth so far. And this year, the conflict point is around the Goddess of Democracy. First of...
Hong Kong: Statue of the Goddess of Democracy prohibited in university campus
Damon from interlocals posted a statement by student organizations in the Chinese University of Hong Kong condemning the school authority for banning the June 4th exhibition of the Statue of the Goddess of Democracy in the school campus.