Su Xinqi

Su Xinqi covers Hong Kong-mainland relational issues for the Post's Hong Kong desk. She has previously worked for Reuters and Initium Media in a variety of roles including researcher, content producer, and news editor.
Su Xinqi
Su Xinqi covers Hong Kong-mainland relational issues for the Post's Hong Kong desk. She has previously worked for Reuters and Initium Media in a variety of roles including researcher, content producer, and news editor.

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Hong Kong publishers fear intensified censorship as city’s biggest book distributor SUP announces move to mainland China

SUP Publishing to move its main warehouse to Guangzhou province, meaning all Hong Kong publications must pass through customs – twice.

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SUP Publishing to move its main warehouse to Guangzhou province, meaning all Hong Kong publications must pass through customs – twice.

Hong Kong publishers fear intensified censorship as city’s biggest book distributor SUP  announces move to mainland China
Vacant Hong Kong school to be provisional work site for 200 disabled people facing job loss from factory relocation

Latest development addresses controversy over planned four-year factory closure, highlighting what is perceived as government policy stagnation over employment and anti-discrimination measures for disabled.

22 Apr 2019 - 10:42PM

Latest development addresses controversy over planned four-year factory closure, highlighting what is perceived as government policy stagnation over employment and anti-discrimination measures for disabled.

Vacant Hong Kong school to be provisional work site for 200 disabled people facing job loss from factory relocation
Society for Community Organisation urges Hong Kong government to push Beijing for more one-way permits for struggling single mothers born in mainland China

Mothers from mainland China often struggle to get one-way permits after Hong Kong husbands die, divorce or abandon them.

22 Apr 2019 - 4:33PM

Mothers from mainland China often struggle to get one-way permits after Hong Kong husbands die, divorce or abandon them.

Society for Community Organisation urges Hong Kong government to push Beijing for more one-way permits for struggling single mothers born in mainland China
Chairman Mao, the man behind the Little Red Book, and a warning from China’s turbulent past for Hong Kong’s future

Tang Yaming has written book on the history of easy-to-read collection that was his father’s idea, and recalls family’s fall from grace.

21 Apr 2019 - 11:00PM

Tang Yaming has written book on the history of easy-to-read collection that was his father’s idea, and recalls family’s fall from grace.

Chairman Mao, the man behind the Little Red Book, and a warning from China’s turbulent past for Hong Kong’s future
Hong Kong’s universities should encourage teachers and students to innovate and be more tolerant of failure, say university chiefs

Wong Yuk-shan, president of the Open University of Hong Kong and HKU president Zhang Xiang were speaking at a conference organised by the Guangdong Hong Kong Macau Bay Area Economic and Trade Association.

18 Apr 2019 - 8:37PM

Wong Yuk-shan, president of the Open University of Hong Kong and HKU president Zhang Xiang were speaking at a conference organised by the Guangdong Hong Kong Macau Bay Area Economic and Trade Association.

Hong Kong’s universities should encourage teachers and students to innovate and be more tolerant of failure, say university chiefs
Veteran Chinese dissident Wang Xizhe demands answers after he is refused entry to Hong Kong

Wang Xizhe says trying to enter Hong Kong as much of a gamble as buying a Mark Six lottery ticket.

18 Apr 2019 - 11:27PM

Wang Xizhe says trying to enter Hong Kong as much of a gamble as buying a Mark Six lottery ticket.

Veteran Chinese dissident Wang Xizhe demands answers after he is refused entry to Hong Kong
Hong Kong Arts Festival was nearly a year late filing tax returns for 29 overseas artists who performed in 2018

Tax forms for 29 international artists found to be overdue by 10 to 11 months. Festival organiser blames staff turnover.

17 Apr 2019 - 10:43PM

Tax forms for 29 international artists found to be overdue by 10 to 11 months. Festival organiser blames staff turnover.

Hong Kong Arts Festival was nearly a year late filing tax returns for 29 overseas artists who performed in 2018
Hong Kong jobseekers shunning government recruitment services, with 70 per cent fewer signing up than 10 years ago

Each job fair placed as few as three applicants in new positions, according to the latest public audit.

18 Apr 2019 - 9:34AM

Each job fair placed as few as three applicants in new positions, according to the latest public audit.

Hong Kong jobseekers shunning government recruitment services, with 70 per cent fewer signing up than 10 years ago
Press freedom in Hong Kong hits six-year low as public fears Beijing’s influence

Members of the public give city’s press freedom an overall score of 45 out of 100.

16 Apr 2019 - 10:39PM

Members of the public give city’s press freedom an overall score of 45 out of 100.

Press freedom in Hong Kong hits six-year low as public fears Beijing’s influence
Hong Kong security chief John Lee vows to push on with controversial extradition law even if murder suspect whose case prompted bill has already walked free

John Lee makes the pledge as Beijing’s top man in charge of Hong Kong affairs seeks to assuage fears the proposed law was targeting Hongkongers. Rather, Zhang Xiaoming says, the primary aim is to net fugitive mainland Chinese criminals.

16 Apr 2019 - 6:57AM

John Lee makes the pledge as Beijing’s top man in charge of Hong Kong affairs seeks to assuage fears the proposed law was targeting Hongkongers. Rather, Zhang Xiaoming says, the primary aim is to net fugitive mainland Chinese criminals.

Hong Kong security chief John Lee vows to push on with controversial extradition law even if murder suspect whose case prompted bill has already walked free
China facing its worst national security threats since cold war, says Beijing’s top official in Hong Kong, as he attacks unnamed political groups for foreign links

Wang Zhimin, director of the central government’s liaison office, accuses Hong Kong organisations of ‘colluding with anti-China forces’.

15 Apr 2019 - 11:27PM

Wang Zhimin, director of the central government’s liaison office, accuses Hong Kong organisations of ‘colluding with anti-China forces’.

China facing its worst national security threats since cold war, says Beijing’s top official in Hong Kong, as he attacks unnamed political groups for foreign links
Low pay and party loyalty: would Hongkongers want to be civil servants in mainland China?

Government workers across the border express mixed views on whether city’s residents would do well in their posts, as Beijing has offered such opportunities under bay area plan.

13 Apr 2019 - 9:26AM

Government workers across the border express mixed views on whether city’s residents would do well in their posts, as Beijing has offered such opportunities under bay area plan.

Low pay and party loyalty: would Hongkongers want to be civil servants in mainland China?
Hong Kong business leaders offer vision for Greater Bay Area: cut red tape and bank on technology

The 2022 Foundation, a think tank, set out 50 recommendations to push forward the national project which aims to rival Silicon Valley by 2035.

30 Mar 2019 - 5:43AM

The 2022 Foundation, a think tank, set out 50 recommendations to push forward the national project which aims to rival Silicon Valley by 2035.

Hong Kong business leaders offer vision for Greater Bay Area: cut red tape and bank on technology
Long queue of Hongkongers waiting for measles vaccine, say doctors’ groups

Airport Authority is expected to be given priority for batch of 30,000 vaccines, due to arrive in April. Hong Kong’s high vaccination rate means is strongly protected, says Hospital Authority.

1 Apr 2019 - 11:06AM

Airport Authority is expected to be given priority for batch of 30,000 vaccines, due to arrive in April. Hong Kong’s high vaccination rate means is strongly protected, says Hospital Authority.

Long queue of Hongkongers waiting for measles vaccine, say doctors’ groups
Worldly matters put on hold as Li Ka-shing opens Hong Kong’s first Buddhist art museum

Hong Kong’s wealthiest citizen cut the ribbon at the museum in Tsz Shan Monastery in Tai Po, which he initiated in 2003 and opened four years ago.

29 Mar 2019 - 3:06PM

Hong Kong’s wealthiest citizen cut the ribbon at the museum in Tsz Shan Monastery in Tai Po, which he initiated in 2003 and opened four years ago.

Worldly matters put on hold as Li Ka-shing opens Hong Kong’s first Buddhist art museum
Tsinghua University suspends Xu Zhangrun, Chinese law professor who criticised Xi Jinping

Xu Zhangrun has been placed under investigation by the university after he wrote several articles that were critical of political and social issues in China.

27 Mar 2019 - 12:44PM

Xu Zhangrun has been placed under investigation by the university after he wrote several articles that were critical of political and social issues in China.

Tsinghua University suspends Xu Zhangrun, Chinese law professor who criticised Xi Jinping
Hong Kong development chief admits he knew nothing about plans for high-speed rail extension linking proposed Lantau metropolis to Shenzhen economic zone in Qianhai

Secretary for Development Michael Wong says he only learned about the scheme when it was revealed in the news. Qianhai authorities have not officially revealed the move, but plans for it have been on display at an exhibition centre there.

23 Mar 2019 - 11:27PM

Secretary for Development Michael Wong says he only learned about the scheme when it was revealed in the news. Qianhai authorities have not officially revealed the move, but plans for it have been on display at an exhibition centre there.

Hong Kong development chief admits he knew nothing about plans for high-speed rail extension linking proposed Lantau metropolis to Shenzhen economic zone in Qianhai
Pineapple politics: Beijing-friendly Taiwanese mayor Han Kuo-yu comes bearing fruit, but won’t touch prickly cross-strait issues

Kuomintang veteran and possible presidential candidate brokers HK$628 million in trade deals and pays unprecedented visit to Beijing’s liaison office.

22 Mar 2019 - 11:37PM

Kuomintang veteran and possible presidential candidate brokers HK$628 million in trade deals and pays unprecedented visit to Beijing’s liaison office.

Pineapple politics: Beijing-friendly Taiwanese mayor Han Kuo-yu comes bearing fruit, but won’t touch prickly cross-strait issues
Chief Executive Carrie Lam urges Hong Kong tourism officials to fight overcrowding by spreading mainland Chinese visitors around the city

Crowds of tourists have caused outcry in several Hong Kong districts, with lawmakers wondering how many more visitors the city can hold.

20 Mar 2019 - 10:58PM

Crowds of tourists have caused outcry in several Hong Kong districts, with lawmakers wondering how many more visitors the city can hold.

Chief Executive Carrie Lam urges Hong Kong tourism officials to fight overcrowding by spreading mainland Chinese visitors around the city
Senior editor at People’s Daily appointed deputy director of Beijing’s liaison office in Hong Kong

Deputy editor-in-chief Lu Xinning, 52, has also been chairwoman of the paper’s listed company since September last year.

20 Mar 2019 - 7:30AM

Deputy editor-in-chief Lu Xinning, 52, has also been chairwoman of the paper’s listed company since September last year.

Senior editor at People’s Daily appointed deputy director of Beijing’s liaison office in Hong Kong
Give Hong Kong more leeway and separatism will subside, leading mainland Chinese constitutional scholar tells Beijing

Zhang Qianfan of Peking University says giving more autonomy to the city would help quell separatist sentiment.

17 Mar 2019 - 11:26PM

Zhang Qianfan of Peking University says giving more autonomy to the city would help quell separatist sentiment.

Give Hong Kong more leeway and separatism will subside, leading mainland Chinese constitutional scholar tells Beijing
Bigger tax break offered for Hongkongers working in mainland China as Beijing seeks talent for Greater Bay Area project

Arrangement is more generous than expected as authorities try to woo talent from Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan and abroad

16 Mar 2019 - 11:38PM

Arrangement is more generous than expected as authorities try to woo talent from Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan and abroad

Bigger tax break offered for Hongkongers working in mainland China as Beijing seeks talent for Greater Bay Area project
Premier Li Keqiang reassures Hong Kong over mainland China’s foreign investment law

Some in the city worried it would miss out on benefits of tweaks to how overseas companies are treated. But premier offers highest-level affirmation yet that it will not.

15 Mar 2019 - 9:22PM

Some in the city worried it would miss out on benefits of tweaks to how overseas companies are treated. But premier offers highest-level affirmation yet that it will not.

Premier Li Keqiang reassures Hong Kong over mainland China’s foreign investment law
Protesters arrested after storming Hong Kong government headquarters over proposal to extradite fugitives to mainland China

Group of five women launch sit-in in building’s lobby, before police arrive to arrest them and their supporters.

15 Mar 2019 - 11:31PM

Group of five women launch sit-in in building’s lobby, before police arrive to arrest them and their supporters.

Protesters arrested after storming Hong Kong government headquarters over proposal to extradite fugitives to mainland China
Security chief John Lee defends Hong Kong’s fugitive extradition proposal, citing positive public feedback

John Lee says of 4,500 submissions, 3,000 support agreement that would allow fugitive transfers to Taiwan, Macau and mainland China.

16 Mar 2019 - 11:46PM

John Lee says of 4,500 submissions, 3,000 support agreement that would allow fugitive transfers to Taiwan, Macau and mainland China.

Security chief John Lee defends Hong Kong’s fugitive extradition proposal, citing positive public feedback
Hong Kong teacher and librarian killed in campus fall ‘did a demanding and misunderstood job’

Lam Lai-tong, 48, worked in the school library as well as teaching Chinese at the Tin Shui Wai school where she died last week. One librarian says her colleagues are vulnerable to overwork.

11 Mar 2019 - 10:33PM

Lam Lai-tong, 48, worked in the school library as well as teaching Chinese at the Tin Shui Wai school where she died last week. One librarian says her colleagues are vulnerable to overwork.

Hong Kong teacher and librarian killed in campus fall ‘did a demanding and misunderstood job’
Few takers as St Paul’s Secondary School in Hong Kong opens doors for Form Six pupils to take farewell photos in olive branch after furore

Part of St Paul’s Secondary School in Happy Valley was open between 3pm and 5pm on Friday for Form Six pupils to take memorable campus photos.

8 Mar 2019 - 11:40PM

Part of St Paul’s Secondary School in Happy Valley was open between 3pm and 5pm on Friday for Form Six pupils to take memorable campus photos.

Few takers as St Paul’s Secondary School in Hong Kong opens doors for Form Six pupils to take farewell photos in olive branch after furore
Southern district councillors call for less promotion by Hong Kong Tourism Board, fearing even more tourists, whom they blame for disruption

Representatives say traffic and facilities need to be improved before their district can invite more visitors.

8 Mar 2019 - 7:02AM

Representatives say traffic and facilities need to be improved before their district can invite more visitors.

Southern district councillors call for less promotion by Hong Kong Tourism Board, fearing even more tourists, whom they blame for disruption
Explainer | PolyU disciplinary measures: how universities have reacted to messages on campus advocating Hong Kong independence

Universities have taken different approaches to separatist messages posted by students, with some choosing mediation and others forcibly removing banners.

7 Mar 2019 - 8:52AM

Universities have taken different approaches to separatist messages posted by students, with some choosing mediation and others forcibly removing banners.

PolyU disciplinary measures: how universities have reacted to messages on campus advocating Hong Kong independence
Jailed mogul Thomas Kwok has no plans to get back in the hot seat at Sun Hung Kai Properties when he is released later this month, says brother

Raymond Kwok says his brother, who is set to be freed from a five-year prison term for corruption, wants to spend more time on activities at his church. Kwok was convicted of conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office in 2014 for bribing former chief secretary Rafael Hui.

6 Mar 2019 - 10:56PM

Raymond Kwok says his brother, who is set to be freed from a five-year prison term for corruption, wants to spend more time on activities at his church. Kwok was convicted of conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office in 2014 for bribing former chief secretary Rafael Hui.

Jailed mogul Thomas Kwok has no plans to get back in the hot seat at Sun Hung Kai Properties when he is released later this month, says brother