Education Bureau to make copies of Xi’s handover speech available to collect from Tuesday, marking first time a state leader’s address will be given to teachers for study.
Hong Kong’s Secretary for Justice Paul Lam says prosecutors have been grappling with a much heavier workload in recent years.
Plot spanning 150 metres was declared a military dock by Hong Kong government after much back and forth between administration and politicians over the years.
Secretary for Security Chris Tang says many young people had wrong ideas about country and city government during 2019 social unrest and had to ‘bear the legal consequences’.
Chinese foreign ministry office in city condemns ‘hypocrisy and grandstanding’ of US Consul General Hanscom Smith.
Liu Guangyuan says consulates and international business chambers should seek to protect and make contributions to city.
It’s wrong to disregard original intent of mini-constitution and ‘turn Hong Kong into a political city’, Leung says.
Education, social welfare sectors among latest to host seminars aimed at learning, promoting and implementing ‘the spirit of Xi’s important speech’.
Authorities use sweeping powers under national security legislation to enforce sedition law, which has low threshold for arrest and lighter jail terms for convictions.
Lee’s campaign expenses totalled HK$9.1 million, of which HK$2.7 million was spent on election rallies and HK$754,000 on Facebook advertisements.
Steven Ho attended photo session with Chinese president on Thursday and tested positive for Covid-19 on Saturday.
New faces among row of tycoons meeting president during a photo session with business and political leaders during his trip caught attention of many.
Director of liaison office in city says president’s point on no change to governing policy has injected ‘self-confidence’ into society
One observer said the delegation who joined Xi for his first trip outside the mainland in two years was designed to showcase Beijing’s ‘full jurisdiction’
President Xi sets out direction for Hong Kong’s future development, gives new leader John Lee a list of tasks to deliver in next five years.
Xi challenges Lee to boost Hong Kong economy and tackle social problems.
President visits the Central Barracks on second day of his tour marking the 25th anniversary of the city’s handover.
New leader John Lee given four key tasks by Chinese President Xi Jinping, including improving governance, taking solid steps to address people’s livelihood problems.
Xi says one country, two systems has been repeatedly tested and has won the support of residents and the rest of the nation.