Multiple flash mobs mourn first official Hong Kong protest death

By Helene Fung A 22 year old Hong Kong University of Science and Technology computer science student, Tsz-lok Chow, became the first official casualty whose death maybe directly linked to confrontation between protesters and the local police. Mr Chow was seriously injured from falling from a car park’s third floor onto the second floor last…

Hong Kong bans protesters from wearing masks but protests continue

By Helene Fung On Friday, Hong Kong’s Chief Executive Carrie Lam used a legal provision, Emergency Regulations Ordinances, to grant herself the ability to bypass the legislature and make any law during a time of emergency or public danger, and enacted a law banning protesters from wearing masks, effective from midnight. Many protesters have been…

Carrie Lam to withdraw extradition bill

Stay tune on the WAMN News Facebook for the latest on this matter. Hong Kong’s embattled chief executive Carrie Lam will formally withdraw the extradition bill that has resulted in protests gripping the city over the past three months. Lam will withdraw the bill on Wednesday afternoon according to the South China Morning Post, that…

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…