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1. 2016-08-14 Joshua Wong: Hong Kong protest leader avoids jail Hong Kong
C. 2016-06-16 Hong Kong bookseller: China TV confession 'forced' Hong Kong
D. 2015-04-12 China scraps unlimited Hong Kong entry for Shenzhen Shenzhen, Southern China
4. 2014-12-02 HK Occupy trio to report to police Central, Hong Kong
5. 2014-11-28 Hong Kong protest leader alleges police assault during arrest Hong Kong
6. 2014-11-15 HK protesters denied Beijing flight Hong Kong
H. 2014-07-01 Hong Kong crowds rally for democracy
2013-06-10 US spy leaker 'defending liberty' Hong Kong

Joshua Wong: Hong Kong protest leader avoids jail
Beijing ruling bars Hong Kong lawmakers from taking office

year 2016 Top ^

  Beijing has made an unprecedented intervention in Hong Kong politics to block two lawmakers from taking office
  Three student leaders in Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement, who led mass rallies and sit-ins in 2014, have been sentenced

  Lam Wing Kee, one of 5 Hong Kong booksellers who disappeared last year, says a confession he made for 'iillegal trading' was forced

year 2015 Top ^

Apr.12 China scraps unlimited Hong Kong entry for Shenzhen
Map of Shenzhen China  Southern China: China is to stop issuing multiple entry HK visas to residents of Shenzhen to ease tensions in Hong Kong over shopping trips by mainlanders

year 2014 Top ^

Dec.2 HK Occupy trio to report to police
Map of Central Hong Kong  Founders of Occupy Central movement are preparing to turn themselves in to police over their role in pro-democracy demonstrations Nov.28 Hong Kong protest leader alleges police assault during arrest  Joshua Wong, the most prominent of Hong Kong's student protest leaders, alleged he was assaulted by police who used excessive force Nov.15 HK protesters denied Beijing flight  Three pro-democracy student leaders from Hong Kong have been stopped from boarding a plane to Beijing Jul.1 Hong Kong crowds rally for democracy   Tens of thousands of protesters have taken part in what organisers say could be Hong Kong's largest pro-democracy rally in more than a decad...

year 2013 Top ^

Jun.10   US spy leaker 'defending liberty'
  Edward Snowden, ex-CIA employee has said he acted to 'protect basic liberties for people around the world' in leaking details of US surveillance
 Edward Snowden, 29, was revealed as the source of the leaks at his own request by the Guardian newspaper. Snowden, who has fled to Hong Kong, said he had an 'obligation to help free people from oppression'

year 2009 Top ^

Jun.4 Hong Kong holds Tiananmen vigil
  A vigil marking 20 years since the Tiananmen massacre in Hong Kong is the only part of China to commemorate the event

year 2007 Top ^

Jun.30 Chief Executive in democracy vow   Donald Tsang after he was sworn in for a second term has reiterated a pledge to create a more democratic system in the territory

year 2005 Top ^

Jun.4 Hong Kong marks Tiananmen deaths
  Tens of thousands have held a vigil on the 16th anniversary of the crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrations

year 2004 Top ^

Jul.3 China rejects HK protest call
  Beijing has bluntly ruled out any immediate moves towards greater democracy and warned that those pressing is unwise Jun.5 HK marks Tiananmen bloodshed  Commemorating the students killed in Beijing's crackdown, tens of thousands vowed to fight on for universal suffrage Jan.10   Tiananmen exile appeals  Wuer Kaixi has urged China to allow himself and others to return to their homeland

year 2003 Top ^

Sep.4   Government shelves security bill  The government has withdrawn a controversial anti-subversion bill that sparked the territory's biggest political crisis Jul.4   Tung retreats on anti-subversion law  Hong Kong's leader has said a controversial anti-subversion bill will be amended, following a huge protest Jul.3 Heat on Tung to change HK law  The political future of unpopular leader appears clouded

year 2001 Top ^

Jul.3   Falun Gong denies mass suicide  Outlawed group is instead saying 16 of its followers were tortured to death in a Chinese labor center Jul.1 Hong Kong marks handover day  4rth anniversary under Chinese rule with a flag-raising ceremony. Hundreds protest to demand greater democracy Jun.4 Tiananmen Anniversary Gathering  Thousands of rights activists are preparing for a candlelight vigil to remember bloody crackdown Feb.1   Falun Gong founder nominated  Li Hongzhi has been nominated for this year's Nobel Peace Prize

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