Exclusive | Where is my home? Interview with refugees in HK
"So many people have been trapped here for 20 years," said Ciara, a 15-year-old Nigerian refugee who has been in Hong Kong for seven years.
Exclusive | Mainland student in HK addresses Gaps, Self-identification & Misunderstandings
During the social unrest sweeping across Hong Kong in 2019, many people were afraid to speak out their different opinions because of the potential hazards. But fortunately, there have been some courageous voices breaking the silence, hoping to build a dialogue platform which bridges the gap between local students in HK and students from mainland China through sincere communication. Zhang Ting, a PhD candidate of the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), is one of them.
Exclusive | Lee Ka-chiu: Takes time to rebuild trust between community and police, but I'm confident
Within a month after the promulgation of Hong Kong National Security Law, many Hongkongers have expressed uncertainty about the city's future. What are the challenges of enforcing this law? Will citizens easily cross the line? How will the police cope with violation of LegCo elections' fairness? How will the Security Bureau respond to threatening acts from western countries? And most importantly, after what has happened in the past year, how will the trust between community and the police be rebuilt?
Exclusive | Au Ka-wang: Ready to provide 'necessary facilitation' to safeguard national security
Following the enactment of Hong Kong National Security Law on July 1, the Committee for Safeguarding National Security of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) convened its first meeting earlier this month.