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The Daily Californian
Berkeley doctoral student jailed for involvement in Hong Kong protestsWeeks before Alex Chow was set to attend UC Berkeley in the fall, he was arrest
The Daily Californian / Posted 3 days ago
Weeks before Alex Chow was set to attend UC Berkeley in the fall, he was arrested by Hong Kong government officials for his lead role in initiating 79 days of pro-democracy protests. Chow, who at the time of his arrest had completed a master’s... Read more
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The Daily Californian
He was supposed to attend UC Berkeley. How a leader of the Hong Kong pro-democracy protests ended up in jail.Weeks before Alex Chow was set to attend UC Berkeley in the fall, he was arrest
The Daily Californian / Posted 3 days ago
Weeks before Alex Chow was set to attend UC Berkeley in the fall, he was arrested by Hong Kong government officials for his lead role in initiating 79 days of pro-democracy protests. Chow, who at the time of his arrest had completed a master’s... Read more
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Reuters
Hong Kong's 'One Country, Two Systems' framework under pressure: Britaincloser co-operation between the UK and Hong Kong “as the UK prepares to leave t
Reuters / Posted 9 days ago
closer co-operation between the UK and Hong Kong “as the UK prepares to leave the EU.” In response to the report, the Hong Kong government said foreign governments should not interfere in the internal affairs of the city. “Since the return to... Read more
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The Manila Times
ARMM joins HK Belt and Road Summitin Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) regional cabinet economic cluster joined the Belt and
The Manila Times / Posted 12 days ago
in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) regional cabinet economic cluster joined the Belt and Road Summit, the second sponsored by the Hong Kong government on Monday. This after the Department of Trade and Industry–Board of Investment Undersecretary and... Read more
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Reuters
Pro-independence from China posters appearing on Hong Kong campuses stoke new tensionand that Hong Kong laws on public order could be used to jail trouble makers.
Reuters / Posted 12 days ago
and that Hong Kong laws on public order could be used to jail trouble makers. “It is quite apparent that Beijing and the Hong Kong government would like to use this excuse to impose a political crackdown,” said political commentator Joseph... Read more
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EuroNews
Pro-independence from China posters appearing on Hong Kong campuses stoke new tensionand that Hong Kong laws on public order could be used to jail trouble makers. “
EuroNews / Posted 12 days ago
and that Hong Kong laws on public order could be used to jail trouble makers. “It is quite apparent that Beijing and the Hong Kong government would like to use this excuse to impose a political crackdown,” said political commentator Joseph Cheng.... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
ASEAN to sign Hong Kong free trade deal in Novemberbarriers to investment. The agreement was reached as ASEAN economic ministers
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 14 days ago
barriers to investment. The agreement was reached as ASEAN economic ministers held a dialogue in Manila Saturday with Hong Kong government officials. ASEAN, an economic bloc with a combined population of more than 600 million, is Hong Kong's... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Asean-HK trade pact agreed(US$106.8 billion) in 2016, while trade in services totalled HK$121 billion in
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 14 days ago
(US$106.8 billion) in 2016, while trade in services totalled HK$121 billion in 2015, the China Daily reported, citing Hong Kong government data. As of the end of 2015, Asean ranked sixth among destinations for Hong Kong outward direct... Read more
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The Courier
The Australians lining up for Hong Kong University of Science and Technologyplace. If you were starting from zero now, there's no guarantee it would work."
The Courier / Posted 26 days ago
place. If you were starting from zero now, there's no guarantee it would work." The university is publicly funded by the Hong Kong government and Professor Chan says there has never been any issue of academic interference from Beijing, due to... Read more

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