LATEST: Hong Kong Leader Meets The Press As International Flights Cancelled

Thousands of tourists were left stranded as flights remain cancelled at the Hong Kong whilst Chief Executive Carrie Lam met with the Executive Council members. It’s understood that 1940 international tourists were stranded at the hall, following the announcement by the Airport Authority that all arrival and departure flights were cancelled yesterday. A small team…

Hong Kong protests turned into laser light dance party

By Helene Fung, PICTURE by: Kwok Yee Shan Hundreds of protesters gathered outside the Hong Kong Space Museum on Wednesday night and put on a light show using multi-coloured laser pointers, to protest the arrest of a university student for allegedly buying 10 laser pointers – or as the Hong Kong police called it in…

Trump Says Washington Won’t Advice Beijing On Hong Kong Matters

US President Donald Trump commented on a number of regional issues. He said that he wouldn’t give any “advice” to Beijing on the situation in Hong Kong, saying “that’s between Hong Kong and China”. President Trump continued his stance of not intervening a wave of anti-government demonstration in Hong Kong, hopes also that the demonstration…

No Hong Kong discussions at G20 Summit

As the G20 summit commences today, activists are disappointed that nothing will be brought up about recent Hong Kong issues and protests. Scott Morrison announced he will not be mentioning Hong Kong to China during the summit, leaving activists like Sherene Nee frustrated. approx 0:30” “we know it’s a really sensitive topic to be discussed…

Hong Kong protest escalates as solidarity activities are being planned in Perth

By Helene Fung On Friday, protesters in Hong Kong surrounded a number of government office towers, the Hong Kong Police Headquarters, as well as a few arterial roads throughout the day. Thousands of protesters are still surrounding the Police Headquarters as night fell. They are angry that the Special Administrative Region’s Chief Executive, Carrie Lam,…

Hong Kong protests calming as Australians hold protests in support

By Andrew Fewster Protests in Hong Kong are winding down, but dramatic footage is emerging of police using tear gas and rubber bullets against the protesters. The protests, which saw more than one million people gather in the Hong Kong CBD, were sparked by changes to an extradition law. The changes could allow people from…