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HK Government should not pay subsidies under ESS to companies which...

7th October 2020 - (Hong Kong) Employers who have been making contributions to their employees’ MPF accounts or an ORSO Scheme are eligible to participate subsidies...

China’s Catholics and the Church’s moral witness

firstthings.com 20th September 2020 - (Washington) The human rights situation in China has deteriorated severely under the autocratic rule of Xi Jinping, especially for...

Beijing’s actions only fuel our mission to support democracy in Hong...

By Sarah Champion, Labourlist 5th September 2020 - (London) The principles of internationalism, respect for human rights and support for democracy are key pillars...

HK government should relax the threshold for application of Permanent Residency...

2nd September 2020 - (Hong Kong) After Hong Kong has been plagued by the anti-extradition protests for more than a year, the global COVID-19 pandemic has...

‘Kong Tsung-gan’, an American allegedly disguised as native ‘freedom struggle writer’...

13th August 2020 - (Hong Kong) A foreigner allegedly disguised as a Hong Kong native and became a vocal spokesperson of Hong Kong social movement online. ...

HK Government should conduct mass virus testing on foreign domestic helpers...

5th August 2020 - (Hong Kong) Dr.Chuang Shuk-kwan from Centre for Health Protection (CHP) announced at 4.30pm today that there are 85 new COVID-19 local cases (as of 12am...

Immigration Dept urged to allow activation of new employment visa for...

23rd July 2020 - (Hong Kong) In March, we wrote in an article that despite the government’s flexible new rule for the domestic helpers to extend their...

Revoking Hong Kong’s special status – What are the implications?

19th June 2020 - (Hong Kong) Asian stocks have continued to slip of late, with a variety of economic institutions painting a long road ahead for...

Hong Kong protesters glorified by Trump while Minneapolis demonstrators labelled as...

30th May 2020 - (Minneapolis) Demonstrators stood outside the 3rd Precinct after it was set on fire in Minneapolis on 28th May.  Protesters late Thursday set...

US, Canada, UK and Germany punish persons who adhere to their...

24th May 2020 - (Hong Kong) Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort...

Why National Security Law is needed to allow Hong Kong to...

21st May 2020 - (Hong Kong) The sudden announcement of the National Security Law on the eve of the week before the anti-extradition protest anniversary and before...

Oil trading hits its lowest point. What more to expect?

11th May 2020 - (Hong Kong) With the oil price crashing to below zero on Monday in the U.S., many have been left wondering what...
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