Archiv für 'HK/Macao'

Wie Peking den Finanzplatz Hongkong demontiert

Thursday, 6.8.2020

Quelle: DW


Books pulled from library shelves, songs banned…it’s the new normal in Hong Kong

Monday, 3.8.2020

Quelle: Guardian


In the most recent poll, almost half of Hong Kong residents polled said they were “very much opposed” to Beijing’s move

Saturday, 11.7.2020

Hong Kong pollster raided by police amid security law crackdown (Guardian)


Nelson Mandela and Mahatma Gandhi may also be banned

Tuesday, 7.7.2020

Schools told to remove books that might break Hong Kong national security law (SCMP)


When you lose and fail, you will be beheaded

Saturday, 27.6.2020

Students must learn pitfalls of pushing for revolution, teachers told (SCMP)


Hong Kong protesters hold banned Tiananmen vigil as anthem law is passed

Thursday, 4.6.2020

Von Verna Yu. Quelle: Guardian.


Did Japan more good than harm to China during the early 20th century?

Friday, 15.5.2020

Hong Kong Education Bureau moves to invalidate exam question on Sino-Japanese pre-WWII relations that prompted Beijing complaint. Chan Ho-him and Gary Cheung. Quelle: SCMP.


Denise Ho Confronts Hong Kong’s New Political Reality

Friday, 18.1.2019

As Beijing chips away at the territory’s freedoms, the Cantopop singer has become its emblematic figure—embattled, emboldened, and unbeholden. Von Jiayang Fan. Quelle: The New Yorker.


Defiant Hong Kong football fans boo China’s national anthem

Tuesday, 14.11.2017

Von Benjamin Haas. Quelle: Guardian.


[Hongkong:] 1967, June 4 are ‘relatively less important’: govt

Friday, 3.11.2017

Quelle: rthk.hk


China says it has right to bar people from Hong Kong after British activist expelled

Friday, 13.10.2017

Von Venus Wu und Ben Blanchard. Quelle: Reuters.


Hong Kong produced 400 films a year in the early 90s, but that number has dropped to around 60 today

Sunday, 30.7.2017

It’s fade out for Hong Kong’s film industry as China moves into the spotlight Von Celine Ge (SCMP).


China tears up promises to UK and shows the world who is in charge

Sunday, 2.7.2017

Xi Jinping offered no concessions on civil liberties during his visit to Hong Kong. Meinungsartikel des Guardian.


China’s Xi sees ‘challenges’ in Hong Kong as Beijing dismisses any UK role

Saturday, 1.7.2017

Von Greg Torode und Venus Wu. Quelle: Reuters.


THEMA DER WOCHE: 20. Jahrestag der Übergabe Hongkongs

Friday, 30.6.2017

Quelle: Merics


Hong Kong’s new chief [Carrie Lam]: detention of booksellers in China not our concern

Tuesday, 27.6.2017

Von Benjamin Haas. Quelle: Guardian.


It would be difficult for the traditional ‘gwok’

Tuesday, 13.6.2017

Hong Kong fireworks display for 20th handover anniversary sparks controversy over use of simplified Chinese characters Von Jane Li (SCMP).


Hong Kong’s annual cross-harbour swim race to return to Tsim Sha Tsui after 40 years, as water quality improves

Saturday, 10.6.2017

Von Jane Li. Quelle: SCMP.


Belt and Road middleman role is a dead end for Hong Kong

Wednesday, 10.5.2017

Von Jake Van Der Kamp. Quelle: SCMP.


Things you probably didn’t know about Chungking Mansions

Thursday, 20.4.2017

Von Frank Chen. Quelle: EJ Insight.


What Carrie Lam should do to improve the education sector

Wednesday, 12.4.2017

Von Ip Kin-yuen. Quelle: ejinsight.com.


Filipino maid turned photographer wins fresh acclaim

Wednesday, 8.3.2017

Quelle: ejinsight.com


Hong Kong can create its own smog, researchers say

Monday, 6.3.2017

Von Ernest Kao. Quelle: SCMP.


Sucked into the black hole of China’s security state

Monday, 13.2.2017

‘The darkest time’: Hong Kong reels over bizarre disappearance of Chinese billionaire Xiao Jianhua vanished from his luxury hotel residence, reportedly spirited away by China’s state security in a wheelchair and covered by a sheet (Guardian).


Not saying no, from a Chinese family, is the strongest sign of support

Friday, 10.2.2017

The Hong Kong banker who gave up his career to negotiate with Taliban kidnappers and help victims of Syrian civil war
“Frontline Red Cross worker Jason Yip …” Von Tessa Chan. Quelle: SCMP.