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Private equity firms in China ‘waiting for death’ after new rules | Business and Economy News

China’s move to ban private tutoring firms from making a profit from teaching core school subjects and raising capital is set to trigger...

First person charged under Hong Kong security law found guilty | Hong Kong Protests News

Former waiter Tong Ying-kit, 24, was accused of driving his motorcycle into three riot police officers while carrying a protest flag.The first person...

Hong Kong awaits verdict in first national security trial | China News

Hong Kong, China – That Tong Ying-kit buzzed his motorcycle past a cheering crowd and angry police on July 1, 2020, is not...

Arrest to verdict: A timeline of Hong Kong’s first security trial | Civil Rights News

Tong Ying-kit was arrested on July 1, 2020 after riding his bike – a ‘Liberate Hong Kong’ flag billowing from behind – into...

Wipeout: China stocks in US suffer biggest 2-day loss since 2008 | Business and Economy News

Beijing’s crackdown on its tech and education sectors has erased $769bn in value from US-listed Chinese stocks over the course of just five...

Hong Kong police arrest former Apple Daily top editor | Freedom of the Press News

Former executive editor-in-chief Lam Man-chung is believed to be the latest Apple Daily employee arrested under the controversial national security law.Hong Kong police...

US sanctions Chinese officials over Hong Kong democracy crackdown | Freedom of the Press News

The United States has imposed sanctions on seven Chinese officials over Beijing’s crackdown on democracy in Hong Kong. This is Washington’s latest effort...

US warns investors over risks of doing business in Hong Kong | Business and Economy News

The Biden administration warned investors about the risks of doing business in Hong Kong, issuing an advisory that said China’s push to exert...

Biden to warn US firms of risks of operating in Hong Kong | Business and Economy News

The U.S. will warn American companies this week of the increasing risks of operating in Hong Kong, three people familiar with the matter...

Hong Kong vigil organiser downsizes amid ‘dire’ political climate | Human Rights News

Pro-democracy Hong Kong Alliance set up in wake of Tiananmen Square crackdown says will ‘persevere’ with smaller teamOne of Hong Kong’s most prominent...
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