Hong Kong

China parliament approves plan to impose HK security law

China's parliament approved plans on May 28 to impose a security law on Hong Kong that critics say will eradicate the city's promised freedoms.

The vote by the rubber-stamp National People's Congress came hours after the United States revoked the special status conferred on Hong Kong, paving the way for the territory to be stripped of trading and economic privileges.

Joshua Wong, the Face of Hong Kong's Democracy Movement: Why the World Will Keep the Spotlight on Hong Kong in 2020

Joshua Wong (Demosisto) is one of the most prominent faces of Hong Kong's democracy movement and a leading figure in the "Umbrella Movement" which came into being in 2014. Together with hundreds of thousands of Hongkongers, the now 23-year-old is campaigning for free elections, reform of the voting system and democratization of the Chinese Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong.

Six People Were Killed in a Double-Decker Bus Crash in Hong Kong

A double-decker bus crash in Hong Kong took the lives of at least four people and more than 20 were injured, local rescue services said, cited by the Associated Press.

According to firefighters, there are four dead, but Hong Kong police have reported five casualties. So far there is no explanation for the discrepancy in the data.