Organisers say 1.7 million joined Hong Kong pro-democracy rally against police use of force,...

Organisers say at least 1.7 million people attended a mass pro-democracy rally against the police use of force in Hong Kong on Sunday. Protesters marched...

Public meeting mostly peaceful

The Government said the public meeting held in Victoria Park today was generally peaceful.   In a statement tonight, the Government noted that protest participants occupied...

Hongkongers ignore protest restrictions, threats from Beijing as thousands join peaceful rally against gov’t

Tens of thousands flocked to Victoria Park on Sunday under torrential rain in another mass pro-democracy protest against the government and alleged police violence. Photo: May...

Gov’t fully supports Police

The Government expressed regret over a public meeting today which targeted the Police in its slogan and said it fully supports the force in strictly...

Si doi gak ming: Hong Kong protesters ‘spell out’ their message in effort to...

Hong Kong protesters have shared new posters to promote their cause featuring phonetically spelt Cantonese words. The stunt is aimed at deterring online trolls...

Hongkongers ignore protest restrictions, threats from Beijing as tens of thousands rally against gov’t

Tens of thousands flocked to Victoria Park on Sunday under torrential rain in another mass pro-democracy protest against the government and alleged police violence. Photo: May...

Yes, the situation in Hong Kong is critical, but despair would be mindless self-indulgence

How dangerous is the situation in Hong Kong? The simple answer is very dangerous. For once it is possible to agree with Yang Guang,...

‘Will Boris surrender to China?’: Hong Kong activists and Beijing supporters demonstrate in London

Demonstrators backing the democracy activists in Hong Kong marched in London on Saturday, as counter-protesters staged a rival rally. Photo: HKFP. More than a thousand people took part in...

Gov’t condemns illegal acts

The Government condemned the illegal acts of some protesters in Kowloon City and Yau Tsim Mong today.   The Government said in a statement that some...

In Pictures: Hong Kong protesters roam Kowloon in hit-and-run demos, after thousands march in...

Hundreds of protesters repeated their strategy of impromptu street protests on Saturday evening, playing cat-and-mouse with police around the streets of Kowloon. Photo: May James/HKFP. Earlier...

The reckless use of tear gas by Hong Kong police in confined spaces is...

By Dr. Howard Hu and Phelim Kine Hong Kong police did something medically dangerous – and patently unlawful – on Sunday night, August 11. Riot gear-clad...

‘Oppose violence, save Hong Kong’: 476,000 attend pro-police rally, organisers say

Thousands of protesters poured into Tamar Park in Admiralty on Saturday in a show of support for the police. The rain failed to dampen spirits...

Hong Kong protest tensions heat up in Australia as pro-China demonstrators hit the streets

Hundreds of pro-China demonstrators marched through Sydney Saturday in response to a growing number of rallies in support of the Hong Kong democracy protests as tensions between...

Police respect appeal decision

Police respected the Appeal Board on Public Meetings & Processions’ decision to approve a public procession to be staged in Kowloon City along the...

How Hong Kong’s summer of discontent could turn into an apocalyptic autumn

Former deputy police commissioner Alan Lau Yip-shing, now pointedly unretired, certainly knows how to reenter the stage with a big splash—not to mention a...

Respect airport injunction: Police

The Police today called on the public to respect the injunction order in effect at the Hong Kong International Airport.   Police said it noticed that...

Police search rumour clarified

The Police today dismissed an online rumour which alleged that a female detainee was requested to get naked in front of male officers for...

HKFP Lens: A movement without a face – the demands of Hong Kong’s anti-extradition...

Over the summer, Hong Kong’s anti-extradition bill protesters have increasingly donned face masks and helmets to avoid identification and protect themselves from violence. But...

Lawmaker Charles Mok: Who needs the law when Hong Kong authorities no longer follow...

Hong Kong’s protest movement against the government’s suspended extradition bill is nearing its eleventh week, with no end in sight. Everyone around the world...

Hong Kong’s richest man Li Ka-shing breaks silence on crisis: love good, violence bad

Hong Kong’s richest man, Li Ka-shing, has issued front-page ads in several major local newspapers expressing sentiments in favour of love and against violence. The...

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