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Small and medium-size businesses from Europe are a key part of Hong Kong’s economic ecosystem. In this episode of Spotlight Hong Kong, we hear their stories.
Second Hong Kong activist convicted under National Security Law
Ma Chun-man is the second person to be tried under the controversial law and the first to be convicted for non-violent offenses.
Transparent COVID face masks to ease communication barrier in HongKong
It's not the first face mask to include a transparent area to help those with hearing impairments communicate. But this 3D-printed one is fully transparent and reuseable.
Scaffolding collapses in Hong Kong amid storms
Storms hit Hong Kong hard on Friday, causing damage and flooding across the territory. A giant wall of traditional bamboo scaffolding and netting was blown off the side of an apartment block in the storms.
Hong Kong protest leaders charged with subversion over Tiananmen vigil
Police also closed down a museum dedicated to the Tiananmen Square crackdown in Beijing on June 4, 1989.
Nicole Kidman spotted filming a new movie at Hong Kong's night market.
Hollywood star Nicole Kidman was spotted in Hong Kong filming a new TV series after a recent backlash over having quarantine exemption to work in the city. Kidman, who reportedly flew to Hong Kong from Sydney, was spotted in the city's famous Fa Yuen street, known for its night market.
Hong Kong: Trial opens in for prominent opposition activists
The seven pro-democracy activists were in court on Thursday charged with organising and inciting others to take part in an unauthorised assembly held in 2019.
People fleeing Hong Kong crackdown get temporary US haven
President Biden signed a memorandum allowing people from Hong Kong currently residing in the United States to live and work in the country for 18 months.
Hong Kong protester handed nine-year sentence in security law case
Tong Ying-kit, 24, was convicted of inciting secession and terrorism for his part during a pro-democracy protest in Hong Kong in July 2020.
Exhibition for dogs displays artwork at their eye-level
At this exhibition in Hong Kong, dogs are able to get up close and personal with art
First person tried under Hong Kong national security law found guilty
The first person to be tried under Hong Kong's sweeping national security law was found guilty of secessionism and terrorism.
China will not be bullied, Xi tells Communist Party centenary crowd
Those who try to bully China will end up with "broken heads and bloodshed", President Xi Jinping told a mass gathering in Beijing's Tiananmen Square.
Last pro-democracy Hong Kong newspaper Apple Daily forced to close
Hong Kong’s sole remaining pro-democracy newspaper will publish its last edition on Thursday, highlighting China's increasing crackdown on dissent in the semi-autonomous city.
First trial on national security law opens in Hong Kong
Tong Ying-kit was arrested on July 1, 2020, a day after the national security law took effect, for allegedly driving into the crowd of officers while bearing a flag with the slogan “Liberate Hong Kong, the revolution of our times.”
Apple Daily execs denied bail by Hong Kong court
A court in Hong Kong has denied bail to two Apple Daily newspaper executives over allegations of endangering national security.
Global internet outages: Banks, airlines and other services affected
Brief internet outages hit the websites and apps of dozens of financial institutions, airlines and other companies due in part to an issue with web services provider Akamai.
Pro-democracy newspaper editors arrested under Hong Kong security law
Hong Kong police arrested the chief editor and four other senior executives of Apple Daily on suspicion of collusion with a “foreign country or with external elements to endanger national security.”
Hong Kong security law used to close overseas pro-democracy website
Web host Wix was asked by Hong Kong police to shut down a website run by exiled activists. It has since reinstated it and apologised.
Tiananmen Square museum in Hong Kong shut after three days
A Hong Kong museum commemorating the 1989 killings in China’s Tiananmen Square was shut after three days, as Chinese authorities continue to tighten control on the city.
Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Jimmy Lai gets 1-year prison sentence
Lai was one of the nine leading Hong Kong pro-democracy advocates who were sentenced to jail terms on Friday for organising a march during the 2019 anti-government protests that triggered an overwhelming crackdown from Beijing.