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Let the Candlelight Illuminate the World

June 4th marked the 32nd anniversary of the 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre in Beijing. It also marked the first anniversary of the Hong Kong...

As Long as the Heart Does Not Die, the Candlelight Will Never Go Out

Perversely, the new regime in Hong Kong banned all traditional public commemorations of the June 4 Tiananmen Square Massacre. Nevertheless, the brave people of...

Why Do Hong Kong People Persist in Mourning June 4th, Which Had Nothing to Do With Them?

Why have Hong Kong people persisted in mourning June 4th for 32 years? Yuan Gongyi, a Hong Kong industrialist, said that the entire human...

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...

Vindictive: Sentencing of Jimmy Lai Signals CCP Intention to Crush Hong Kong

On April 16, nine Hong Kong veteran pro-democracy activists and lawmakers, including the founder of Next Media Lai Zhiying, also known as Jimmy Lai,...

China Ends Democracy in Hong Kong

China is making its stance on establishing total dominance over Hong Kong clear even though its muscle-flexing has raised eyebrows in global circles. The...

47 Arrested for Involvement in Hong Kong Legislative Council Primary Election

The 600,000 people who took part in the informal Hong Kong Legislative Council primary polls organized by pro-democratic parties in July 2020 have been...

Thugs for Hire: The Relationship Between Beijing and the Hong Kong Triads

On the evening of July 21, 2019, dozens of masked men in white T-shirts stormed the Yuen Long train station and assaulted people returning...

Leaving Hong Kong to Escape the Chinese Communist Regime

Another young person has fled Hong Kong in order to avoid the brutality of the Chinese Communist regime.  The 19-year-old youth, who goes by the...

How Do Hongkongers Celebrate Chinese New Year? Hint: Flowers

We all like flowers, but for Hongkongers, flowers mean so much more. Especially on Chinese New Year’s Day, since giving flowers and potted plants...

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