Opinion | If HK's press freedom is low, there is no place in the world with press freedom
The Hong Kong Journalists Association (HKJA) has lost credibility a long time ago and their surveys are full of gibberish. Ninety percent of the journalists that were surveyed said police had used violence to deliberately obstruct reporting in Hong Kong's anti-government protests, but how many of them had their cameras stuck up to the faces of riot police? Countless!!!
Opinion | Rectifying education is a top Hong Kong priority
Of all the successes of anti-Beijing forces in Hong Kong since the territory's reunification with China in 1997, none has been more spectacular than their wholesale subversion of education. And it is breathtaking, surely a world record. From kindergarten through university, an entire generation and more of young Hong Kongers have been brainwashed to hate their own nation and people.
Opinion | An open letter to host of BBC HARDtalk from an audience who loves HK
On July 7, a BBC program HARDtalk stirred heated debate on the Internet. In the talkshow, the host Stephen Sackur behaved rudely while interviewing Ronnie Tong, Hong Kong Senior Counsel and politician, upon HK national security law. During the interview, Sackur interrupted Tong and asked questions with strong anti-China inclination. A righteous audience reached out to DotDotNews with this open letter addressed to Sackur. Hence, we publish it to show the views of someone who genuinely loves HK.
Opinion | A war the US can never win
Many of those Pro-US and Anti-China around the world have been constantly claiming that China can't beat the US in a war because the Americans have this and that, while the same can be said about those who are pro-China. However, a war is ultimately fought by human and won by the sacrifice of human lives. Thus, this is the ultimate reason why the US can never win a war with China.
Opinion | Silicon Valley: US closing the door to talent will cost jobs and hurt competitiveness
Silicon Valley is built on talent, much of it coming from around the world. While the short-term impacts of this new policy will be limited, restricting flows of talent to the U.S. will come at significant long-term cost to competitiveness and to Americans whether or not they work in tech.
Opinion | The National Security Law will not restore HK's peace and stability immediately, but will protect it
In contradiction to the beliefs of many in Hong Kong, the National Security Law (NSL) will not be able to stop the ongoing unrest or restore peace and stability immediately, as the NSL only prohibits secession, subversion, terrorism and collusion with a foreign country or external elements to endanger national security. The NSL will not suppress nor limit freedom of speech or the right to peaceful protests in HK, as these rights are protected and relegated by the Basic Law.
The Chinese stock markets just closed at a five-year high. The service sector expanded at the fastest pace in a decade.
Opinion | Justin Trudeau, just another Pompeo-style hypocrite?
It is a great pity, that following the enactment of the National Security Law, Canada has decided to try to harm Hong Kong.
Opinion | National Security Law for Hong Kong: A 'Liberation Act'?
Finally, the city will be able to follow international norms in this respect, including having its own specialized domestic anti-terrorism, counterintelligence, counterinsurgency and security unit.
Opinion | Colluding with foreign powers: What must be proved?
Given the severity of the sentences, it is obviously important for the acts which amount to collusion to be properly understood, although there is no particular mystery attaching to the term.
Opinion | China's "Go West" Strategy: Ignore the Western Naysaying
The newly updated Go West strategy has three legs.
Opinion | Is HK's judiciary out of touch with reality?
The Standing Committee of NPC is expected to finalize the national security legislation next week. But from information released so far, HKSAR authorities could have much leeway to handle relevant cases.
Opinion | Anxiety over Hong Kong’s national security law – and why it is exaggerated
There are still a lot of concerns about the details and enforcement of the national security act in Hong Kong. The people in the city, however, should not overreact to the law, for most of us – even when you are one of the active critics against Beijing – will not be prosecuted under the new law.
Opinion | Why China will 'win' against the USA?
Democracy has created the best people in the art of being elected but not the best people in the art of leadership and management.
Opinion | Hong Kong's National Security Law: The Details Are the Key
Central authorities would set up a new national security office in Hong Kong and appoint an adviser to the SAR government on related matters. The details of such a relationship have not been spelled out.