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About 10,000 people from Hong Kong on student and temporary visas will be able to stay following the passage of the national security law
There is a risk of coronavirus spreading indoors, on crowded public transportation or in poorly-ventilated rooms
More than 54,000 primary students took part in this central allocation round.
Schools have been told to check their book collections for reading materials that could breach new code.
The move has been criticised because of differences between the two versions of the law
Books by Joshua Wong, Horace Chin and Civic Party lawmaker Tanya Chan are all being scrutinised
The question asked if Japan did more good than harm to China in the early 20th century
Former chief executive Leung Chun-ying has formed a group that would publicise information about teachers and schools that violate their professional codes
Holders of British National (Overseas) passports and their dependents are eligible, according to Prime Minister Boris Johnson
'Liberate Hong Kong, Revolution of our Time' banners and flags now illegal under new law
A new agency from mainland China will operate in the city and suspects can be extradited in 'certain cases'
State news agency 'Xinhua' will publish the law this afternoon; it is the first time it will be fully disclosed to Hongkongers
The silent march took place as the National People’s Congress Standing Committee met to discuss the bill, which is expected to pass soon
Analyst says proposed actions are ‘more symbolic than substantive’.
Civil Human Rights Front says police is using coronavirus pandemic as excuse to suppress the public’s right to hold rallies.
The attack was caught on video and shows assaulted teen was wearing a jacket with the initials of Tack Ching Girls’ Secondary School.
The school's pro-democracy student group marked the first anniversary of a protester's death, after being told not to do so on campus
School heads must report the support measures and guidance plans for students arrested at anti-government demonstrations
A survey from the Professional Teachers' Union found that 90 per cent of educators worry about the future of teaching and do not trust the Education Bureau.
Smoke cakes emit fumes, but do not explode, and are often used in theatre and photography
While they were initially accused with rioting, the two admitted to unlawful assembly, which carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison
This comes after a new cluster linked to Xinfadi wholesale market was discovered last week.
'Do You Hear the People Sing' would be allowed depending on the circumstances, he said
The gathering was banned due to Covid-19 social distancing measures, but many still came together in Victoria Park
The event, normally held at Victoria Park, was cancelled for the first time due to coronavirus social distancing measures
21-year-old Chow Pak-kwan had a kidney and part of his liver removed due to damage from the bullet; he is being charged with attempting to steal an officer’s gun
Four more cases of coronavirus were reported in the city; all live in the same housing estate in Sha Tin
For the first time in 31 years, the event will not be held at Victoria Park, due to social distancing measures with the coronavirus
The suspects are believed to be members of the Wo Shing Wo triad and the attack may have been due to a dispute over a girl
A total of 396 people were taken into custody during demonstrations against the national anthem and national security laws