Stories about Hong Kong (China) from December, 2023
Luke Ching’s art attempts to inspire low-income workers to carry on the labour rights movement in their everyday lives.
Bedbugs have caused a lot of suffering for low-income families in Hong Kong, but the long-standing issue has failed to capture people’s attention as much as foreign outbreaks.
"It is the same kind of propaganda: the court’s ruling is justified and reasonable, and look, he himself confessed it. How would the National Security Judge wrong a good person?
Government adviser Ronny Tong said those who subscribe to content created by "wanted individuals" could be considered culpable under the National Security Law.
Activist groups interpret the low turnout as a denunciation of China’s repressive policy in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong has had a significant economic downturn over the last three years, correlating with the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and adoption of the Beijing-imposed National Security Law.
Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Agnes Chow broke her silence and announced that she would not return to the city in December, thereby violating the Hong Kong police's bail conditions.