People who want a democratic future are regrouping behind an invisible front line: The memory of what happened in 2019.
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The closure of the popular tabloid marks the end of an era for media freedom in the Chinese-ruled city.
Thursday's early-morning raid by 500 police officers was a shock, not only to Apple Daily staffers but to journalists throughout China's freest city.
A year after young activists, veteran democrats and others formed the boldest revolt against Beijing in decades, Hong Kong is rapidly being "mainlandized," democracy advocates say.
Many years from now, far from the spray of water cannons and the unmistakable smell of tear gas, they will look back on their season of protest and remember exactly how they felt. On this winter day, the march was called off early by police. ...
The Christian hymn "Sing Hallelujah to the Lord" has emerged as the unlikely anthem of Hong Kong's protests against an extradition bill that have drawn millions of people onto the streets. Protests around the world often develop their own soundtrack, usually songs with lyrics of ...