Category: Hong Kong
Hong Kong’s national security law: 10 things you need to know
July 19, 2020
On 30 June, China’s top legislature unanimously passed a new national security law for Hong Kong that entered into force in the territory the same day, just before midnight. The law is dangerously vague and broad: virtually anything could be deemed a threat to “national security” under its provisions, and it can apply to anyone […]
Sexual violence against Hong Kong protesters – what’s going on?
December 21, 2019
Scenes of protesters wading through clouds of tear gas or clashing with riot police have become sadly familiar in Hong Kong. But battles in the streets aren’t the only thing spreading fear among protesters. Allegations of the sexual harassment and assault of protesters have been circulating since Hong Kong’s current protest movement began. There have […]