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Marius Zaharia

Hong Kong police to try to stifle any commemoration of Tiananmen crackdown

Jun 03 2021

* Seven thousand police officers to prevent gatherings-broadcaster

China moves to overhaul Hong Kong politics, squeezing democratic opposition

Mar 11 2021

BEIJING/HONG KONG China's parliament approved on Thursday a draft decision to change Hong Kong's electoral system, further reducing democratic representation in the city's institutions and introducing a mechanism to vet politicians' loyalty to Beijing. | Video

What is love? Beijing desires unconditional loyalty from Hong Kong

Mar 05 2021

(This February 26 story corrects end of Carrie Lam's term to June 30, 2022, not July 2022, in paragraph 20)

China's parliament to delay Hong Kong legislative vote, overhaul electoral system

Mar 05 2021

HONG KONG Elections for Hong Kong's legislature will likely be deferred for a second year to September 2022 as Beijing plans a major overhaul of the city's electoral system, a severe blow to remaining hopes of democracy in the global financial hub.

EXPLAINER-What is love? Beijing desires unconditional loyalty from Hong Kong

Feb 26 2021

HONG KONG, Feb 27 Chinese officials have signalled that Beijing plans sweeping electoral changes for Hong Kong, possibly as soon as next week, when China's parliament, the National People's Congress (NPC), opens in Beijing.

Special Report-Leaving Hong Kong: A family makes a wrenching decision

Dec 21 2020

HONG KONG In the tiny kitchen of a Hong Kong high-rise apartment, the air was heavy with the aromas of a mother making her daughter's favorite childhood dishes. | Video

UPDATE 3-Hong Kong ousts four legislators in blow to pro-democracy opposition

Nov 11 2020

HONG KONG, Nov 11 Hong Kong expelled four opposition members from its legislature on Wednesday after Beijing gave city authorities new powers to curb dissent, raising the prospect of a walk-out in protest by pro-democracy legislators.

Hong Kong could postpone election in blow for democracy camp

Jul 29 2020

HONG KONG Hong Kong could postpone a vote for seats in the city's legislature by a year amid fears of a resurgence in coronavirus cases, public broadcaster RTHK reported on Wednesday, in what would be a blow for opposition democrats. | Video

New York Times to move part of Hong Kong office to Seoul in wake of security law

Jul 15 2020

HONG KONG The New York Times will shift part of its Hong Kong office to Seoul, the latest sign of the chill spreading in the global financial centre just two weeks after Beijing imposed a new national security law.

New York Times to move part of Hong Kong office to Seoul in wake of security law

Jul 15 2020

HONG KONG The New York Times will shift part of its Hong Kong office to Seoul, the latest sign of the chill spreading in the global financial centre just two weeks after Beijing imposed a new national security law.

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