An inaugural "travel bubble" will be launched later this month between Hong Kong and Singapore to reestablish travel links amid the coronavirus pandemic, officials announced on Wednesday.
Hong Kong media tycoon and pro-democracy activist Jimmy Lai said Thursday that police raided his private offices, months after he was arrested under a new national security law and the newsroom of his newspaper Apple Daily was also swept by hundreds of officers.
Protesters from Hong Kong, Taiwan and Thailand are boycotting the Friday debut of Disney's live-action "Mulan."
The ending of the agreements follows President Trump's order last month to end Hong Kong’s special status
In the latest series of U.S. moves in response to China's imposition. of strict national security laws over the British territory, President Donald Trump already had determined that Hong Kong was no longer eligible for the continued preferential treatment it enjoyed from the U.S.
A California appeals court ruled Thursday that tech giant Amazon is legally liable for defective products sold on its site by third parties.
Hong Kong authorities will have to use a new system to obtain information from Google through the U.S. Justice Department's Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty, according to the Post.
Jimmy Lai on Thursday said his Monday arrest in Hong Kong was a form of intimidation.
Reporters surrounded Hong Kong media mogul and activist Jimmy Lai after he was released on bail.
Pro-democracy media baron Jimmy Lai was released on bail after his Monday arrest led to a public show of support for the outspoken critic of Beijing among Hong Kong’s opposition.
All goods produced in Hong Kong will have to be labeled as made in China before they are imported to America, U.S. officials said Tuesday. in the wake of Beijing’s sweeping national security law.
For the first time in a generation, America is pushing back on China. On all fronts, President Trump has called a halt to China's aggressive expansion.
China said it would apply sanctions against 11 U.S. citizens including officials from Monday in response to Washington's move on Friday to impose sanctions on 11 Hong Kong and Chinese officials whom it accused of curtailing political freedoms in the city.
Media tycoon and outspoken Beijing critic Jimmy Lai has reportedly been arrested by Hong Kong authorities under the pretenses of a national security law that has been used to crack down on dissidents since its passage in June.
The Hong Kong government called the sanctions "shameless and despicable" and said the city would not be intimidated by them.
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam on Friday postponed a Sept. 6 election for seats in the city legislature for a year because of a spike in novel coronavirus cases, dealing a blow to the pro-democracy opposition hoping to make gains in the vote.
President Donald Trump signed a bill and executive order Tuesday sanctioning Chinese officials and ending the special treatment of Hong Kong.
The idea has been floated by some advisers to President Trump as a way to punish Beijing for passing a Hong Kong national security law that circumvented the “One Country, Two Systems” governing principle agreed to as part of the 1998 handover by Great Britain.
The short-form video app’s planned departure from Hong Kong comes as various social media platforms and messaging apps including Facebook, WhatsApp, Telegram, Google and Twitter balk at the possibility of providing user data to Hong Kong authorities.
White House trade adviser Peter Navarro warned that China's day of reckoning for its alleged role in the coronavirus pandemic is coming soon.