Hong Kong extradition bill: Protesters swarm justice minister's office after 24 hours of demonstrations
After another overnight siege of police headquarters, protesters are demanding justice minister Teresa Cheng withdraw the suspended bill.
Hong Kong extradition law: Protest ‘anthem’ ‘Sing Hallelujah to the Lord’ banned on QQ Music by Chinese tech giant Tencent
'Do You Hear the People Sing' has also been removed from the popular mainland streaming app.
Chinese scientists discover new way to mine rare earth metals that is faster, and causes less pollution
China has one-third of the world's rare earths reserves and accounts for 90 per cent of the global supply.
A young Hong Kong woman killed while on holiday in Taiwan will no get justice as the man who admitted killing her cannot be sent to the island to face trial
Will children learn to be good just to get a higher score?
An excerpt of a letter by victim families support group Tiananmen Mothers, who are mourning those killed in the June 4 crackdown.
Tiananmen Square remembered: 30 Hongkongers from different generations reflect on the 1989 crackdown
Voices from the city speak about what the events of June 4, 1989 mean to them.
Tiananmen Square remembered: June 4 museum in Hong Kong showcases rare images and artefacts from the 1989 crackdown
Junior reporters visit the only exhibition in China that is dedicated to those who died during the events of 1989.
Tammy Ho Lai-ming is the President of PEN HK, a Hong Kong-based writers’ society, and the founding co-editor of Cha: An Asian Literary Journal.
Firefighters say six other residents being treated in intensive care unit, while another 32 people suffered minor injuries.