12 captured hongkongers.
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Journalism is about asking challenging and open ended questions. Deep respect to Nabela Qoser.
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講人話: Hong Kong poster on a yellow shop's Lennon Wall in 2019, featuring RTHK reporter Nabela Qoser (利君雅), a Hong Konger of South Asian decent who became an icon of the pro-democracy movement. The government hates her because she does not tolerate bullshit and reports the truth.
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Staff member of Hong Kong Premier League team R&F allegedly breaks the bubble when they have a match against Eastern FC scheduled tomorrow
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“Free HK, revolution of our times” banner seen hung across sign on Waterloo road. Police covered it with black trash bags.
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China's Yantian Branch of the Shenzhen Public Security Bureau has confirmed with Hong Kong that 12 of its citizens have been arrested for “alleged illegal entry into the mainland” (The 12 were caught trying to flee to Taiwan.)
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A local shop at Wan Chai district selling products of Hong Kong. Hong Kong somehow exists in name only today.
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Fridays for Freedom again at Chinese Consulates in San Francisco. 09/25/2020
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Video showing Pro-Beijing Mob destroying the Lennon Wall in the University of Hong Kong
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Inside Hong Kong’s Apple Daily newspaper as China clamps down on press freedom
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Lady furious at this kid's attitude
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Chinese-Australian artist Badiucao has won the 2020 Havel Prize for political satire cartoons
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With borders closed - lots of Hong Kongers are flocking to Sai Kung and its beaches. Check out how to visit them safely this upcoming long weekend holiday.
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5AM View from Discovery Bay
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All The Lines #7 | Tseung Kwan O Line
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Defend the truth. Defend our 4th estate.
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RTHK The Pulse Episode: 12 Hong Kong people detained in China: discussion with Cheung Yiu-leung, and Health Code for Hong Kong (English Language)
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Protestors gather at Statue Square Central to read Apple Daily to protest again suppression of the freedom of the press.
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Local and international journalist groups are opposing new Hong Kong police rules that will decide who are allowed to cover HK protests. RTHK Programme Staff Union chairwoman Chiu Sin-yan speaks out in this video: “They only want us and the public to see the things they want us to see.” (Eng Sub)
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DW News: 'I will continue to stay in Hong Kong and fight for free elections' Joshua Wong Interview [6:20]
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Queenie Court Sauna
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Asian Tigers debt per capita from 1990 to 2019
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Cantonese Sentence Structure
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Coming to another human right near you
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Free Hong Kong, Free Belarus
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Great songs from Hong Kong protests
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In light of the HKPF changing the definition of ‘media representative’ and not recognizing local press passes, here are a few of the critical shots that were taken by non-mainstream media in the last year.
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“Just move on”
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Days in prison in mainland China
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If only it worked like that
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