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A human rights lawyer mysteriously disappeared and a UK consulate worker was detained for 15 days as China cracks down on Hong Kong supporters
As Hong Kong protests continue into their 11th week, China has toughened its crackdown on those it deems supportive of the unrest.
Mitch McConnell slams China over Hong Kong, threatens a global confrontation that could tank the finance hub
"Sooner or later, the rest of the world will have to do what the protesters are doing—confront Beijing," McConnell wrote in the Wall Street Journal.
Hong Kong activists are getting protest tattoos of umbrellas, gas masks, and a bleeding eye, in a bold break with the movement’s anonymity
Instagram photos show Hong Kong protesters have had gas masks, hard hats, and yellow umbrellas inked onto themselves in commitment to the cause.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba will postpone its rumoured upcoming listing on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong.
The investment firm founded by Hong Kong’s richest man, Li Ka-shing, just bought the biggest pub and brewery chain group in the UK — here&...
Li Ka-shing started out as a factory worker and is now the wealthiest man in Hong Kong. He has a net worth of $27.8 billion.
A worker at Britain’s consulate in Hong Kong went missing in China, and his girlfriend is blaming Beijing
Simon Cheng, an employee at the British consulate in Hong Kong, went missing during a business trip to mainland China.
Chinese state media broadcast a rap remix of Trump telling people to let China deal with the Hong Kong protests, in a cringeworthy attempt to undermin...
An auto-tuned clip of Trump from August 2 saying Hong Kong is part of China was used in "Hong Kong's Fall" by pro-government group Chengdu Revolution.
Hong Kongers on Monday returned to the scene of clashes between police and protesters — except this time, they came armed with cleaning supplies.
Pepe the Frog, a symbol associated with America's alt-right, has emerged as a pro-democracy freedom fighter in Hong Kong.
Facebook and Twitter say they’ve detected a Chinese propaganda campaign targeting Hong Kong protesters
Mass protests in Hong Kong have been ongoing for weeks over human rights concerns, and the Chinese government has been running a covert social media propaganda campaign to try and undermine the Hong Kong protests.