Bookseller Lam Wing-kee wants to live a normal life as police end protection

Voters gathering for the first presidential debate in Beijing

Clinton and Trump go head-to-head

Colombian rebel leader's peace signing apology

Bookseller Lam Wing-kee wants to live a normal life as police end protection

September 27, 2016

After revealing details of his eight-month incarceration on the mainland, Causeway Bay bookseller Lam Wing-kee was offered round-the-clock police protection in early July after he felt threatened by strangers following him. Recently he requested police to withdraw his protection as he wishes to lead a normal life.

 

(Photo: SCMP's Edward Wong)

Voters gathering for the first presidential debate in Beijing

September 27, 2016

As the first debate between two US presidential candidates was lived all over the world, American expats as well as local political followers joined the enthusiasm in the city of Beijing.

Clinton and Trump go head-to-head

September 27, 2016

The Democratic and Republican presidential nominees skewer each other at Hofstra University in the first of three presidential debates, with heated moments raising questions about "temperament." (Photo: AFP)

Colombian rebel leader's peace signing apology

September 27, 2016

The leader of Colombia's Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia apologises to the victims of a 50-year war after signing a historic peace deal.