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The poem made fun of an officer’s coronavirus infection; the teacher claimed he didn’t know the true meaning and deleted it from Facebook.
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Ventus Lau Wing-hong is a spokesman for Hong Kong Civil Assembly Team, which organised the rally.
A similar episode occurred in December when a reporter from Stand News had his ID card displayed in front of a live-streaming camera.
Virus confirmed for first time in mainland cities outside Wuhan, with one patient in Shenzhen and two in Beijing
Made by Jens Galschiot to show solidarity with the movement, the piece makes its debut outside the Danish parliament on January 23
Tear gas was fired in Central to disperse protesters who had attended the demonstration in Chater Garden.
The traditional Lunar New Year fair in Victoria Park won't offer dry goods this year, but you can still find some quirky CNY goods elsewhere in Causeway Bay.
While most shops and restaurants had reopened, stores like Muji and Nike remained closed.
Chief executive warns that Beijing could take away the freedoms Hongkongers enjoy today if pushed too far
Survey of more than 1,300 secondary school principals and teachers believe transferable skills should be a top priority.
The chief executive warned that capitalism could only continue past 2047 if citizens respected the government.