Hong Kong’s former deputy leader Anson Chan, centre, and lawmakers Dennis Kwok, left, and Charles Mok meeting with National Security Council officials in Washington on Friday. Photo: Handout

Hong Kong’s former chief secretary Anson Chan says leaders need to do a better job assuring world that city remains autonomous

  • Chan suggests that Hong Kong’s leaders need to go to Washington and elsewhere and say they, not Beijing, are in charge
Topic |   Hong Kong localism and independence

TOP PICKS

Hong Kong’s former deputy leader Anson Chan, centre, and lawmakers Dennis Kwok, left, and Charles Mok meeting with National Security Council officials in Washington on Friday. Photo: Handout
READ FULL ARTICLE
Anson Chan chats with US Vice-President Mike Pence in his office in the White House. Photo: Handout

Hong Kong’s former No 2 Anson Chan meets Mike Pence in Washington as US report criticises Beijing ‘intervention’ in city’s affairs

  • Charles Mok, Dennis Kwok and Chan were in Washington at the invitation of the Trump administration
  • State Department report found that ‘tempo of mainland intervention in Hong Kong affairs’ had increased
Topic |   Hong Kong Basic Law

TOP PICKS

Anson Chan chats with US Vice-President Mike Pence in his office in the White House. Photo: Handout
READ FULL ARTICLE