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Invisible women: how Hong Kong’s colonial criminal justice system treated female suspects

In an excerpt from her new book, Women, Crime and the Courts: Hong Kong 1841-1941, Patricia O’Sullivan lays out the cases of two females and their experiences with the colonial courts.

In an excerpt from her new book, Women, Crime and the Courts: Hong Kong 1841-1941, Patricia O’Sullivan lays out the cases of two females and their experiences with the colonial courts.

Invisible women: how Hong Kong’s colonial criminal justice system treated female suspects
28 Mar 2021 - 2:15PM
The pirates of Cheung Chau – what really happened in 1912 raid on Hong Kong outlying island?

In August 1912, a gang carried out an audacious assault on Cheung Chau police station, killing three Indian constables, stealing the Crown rents and leaving the colonial administration in turmoil.

In August 1912, a gang carried out an audacious assault on Cheung Chau police station, killing three Indian constables, stealing the Crown rents and leaving the colonial administration in turmoil.

The pirates of Cheung Chau – what really happened in 1912 raid on Hong Kong outlying island?
18 Nov 2019 - 5:03PM
Hong Kong’s St Patrick’s Day celebrations: how city’s Irish residents celebrate their heritage

Irish have been present in Hong Kong from the beginnings of its days as a British colony, and continue to celebrate their homeland through dance, sport, food and, of course, Guinness

Irish have been present in Hong Kong from the beginnings of its days as a British colony, and continue to celebrate their homeland through dance, sport, food and, of course, Guinness

Hong Kong’s St Patrick’s Day celebrations: how city’s Irish residents celebrate their heritage
16 Mar 2019 - 6:30PM