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Some Hong Kong Activists OK with the Label “Radical Separatists”

Some Hong Kong Activists OK with the Label “Radical Separatists”

Following Hong Kong’s most violent riots in years, the Chinese government is blaming the mayhem on “radical” separatists who want to divide China. And some people are ok with it. Among them is Edward Leung, 24, of the group Honk Kong Indigenous. The aim of Leung’s group is to push for the unlikely solution of […]

Missing Hong Kong Book Publisher Surfaces on China State TV

Missing Hong Kong Book Publisher Surfaces on China State TV

A missing Hong Kong book publisher has appeared on China’s state-run TV, where he claimed he voluntarily turned himself in to mainland authorities over an alleged crime. Gui Minhai, a China-born Swedish national, disappeared in October after failing to come home from vacation in Taiwan. China’s state-run news agency Xinhua said he was involved in […]

Hong Kong sees Thousands Protest Over Missing Booksellers

Hong Kong sees Thousands Protest Over Missing Booksellers

Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets of Hong Kong on Wednesday to protest against the alleged kidnapping of Lee Bo and four of his associates. Lee is a shareholder of Causeway Books, a Hong Kong book store that sells controversial titles which are banned in the mainland due to their criticism of the ruling […]

Missing Bookseller Releases Suspicious Letter Urging People not to Protest

Missing Bookseller Releases Suspicious Letter Urging People not to Protest

A letter allegedly written by missing Hong Kong bookseller Lee Bo has emerged urging activists not to protest over his disappearance. According to Headline Daily, the faxed letter was reportedly accompanied by a video in which he appears calm. The news outlet did not broadcast the video. In the letter, Lee claims he willingly traveled […]

Anonymous Threatens Chinese Government

Anonymous Threatens Chinese Government

The hit list of international hacker gang Anonymous seems to be growing. Their next target: official Chinese websites. Over the weekend, Anonymous’ Honk Kong segment posted a video to Facebook stating that it would attack Chinese government and police websites in honor of missing Hong Kong book publisher Lee Bo. Many believe Lee was abducted […]

Humanitarian Elsie Tu Dies at 102

Humanitarian Elsie Tu Dies at 102

Justice for the People Those are the words that renowned humanitarian Elsie Tu lived by up until her death on Dec. 8, 2015 at the age of 102. This Englishwoman arrived in the colony of Hong Kong in 1951 as Elsie Elliot to support her husband, a missionary named Bill Elliot. But she soon wanted […]

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