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Will the 2021 Police Bill Drastically Dilute the Human Rights Act as We Know It?

The newly proposed UK Police Bill — The Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill (the Police Bill) — intends to make substantial changes to...

Accused of Harvesting Personal Data of Children: May Cost TikTok Billions

With over 2 billion downloads and over 680 million users per month, TikTok, formerly known as Musical.ly, is one of the best-known video sharing...

Future of Hong Kong’s Vigil Honoring Tiananmen Square Massacre Victims in Doubt

Last year, tens of thousands of Hong Kongers publicly commemorated the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre despite a ban on such efforts by police officials...

Leaving Hong Kong: Treacherous Beijing Government Is the Root of Our Sufferings

A wave of emigration has struck Hong Kong since the implementation of the National Security Law in 2020. For many citizens, leaving Hong Kong...

Will China Remember the Tens of Millions Who Died in Mao’s Secret Famine?

Much can get lost in history, even massive tragedies that occurred in the not-so-distant past may not have the public understanding they deserve. One...

‘Here Live Only Sparrows’: China’s Vanishing Villages in Contemplative Photos

Here Live Only Sparrows is a photo series on China's vanishing villages that is beautifully and quietly observed. It serves as a poignant reminder...

19-Year-Old Tony Chung Hon-lam in Prison: Hope to Reunite in the Land of Freedom

Tony Chung Hon-lam, at the age of 19, was the youngest defendant to be charged under Hong Kong’s National Security Law for “incitement to...

The Beauty and Power of Kindness

This is a story about how a little boy awakened kindness in a person's heart. One late night in Brazil, a woman went into labor...

Chloe Zhao, the New Face of Filmmaking

China-born director Chloe Zhao earned three historic Oscar wins for Nomadland, including best picture, best director, and best actress, at the 93rd Academy Awards on April 25. In a recent...

The Australian Consulate-General in Hong Kong Elizabeth Ward: ‘We Have Done What We Can Do’

After the Hong Kong National Security Law was enacted, many countries opened their doors to citizens of Hong Kong. Elizabeth Ward, the Australian Consul-General...

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