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UK unveils citizenship offer for Hongkongers
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Activist Wong launches bid for HK legislature
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Australia considering safe haven offer for Hong Kongers
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PMQs: Boris Johnson announces new route for Hong Kong citizens to enter the UK
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China approves controversial Hong Kong security law
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How a little-known visa program could be the answer for Hongkongers hoping to move to AustraliaAbout 4,000 global talent visas are understood to have been issued under the scheme designed to attract the best and brightest from across the world.
China takes a swipe at Australia over plan to give Hong Kongers safe haven visasThe Chinese foreign ministry says Australia should avoid going further down the wrong path by offering Hong Kong nationals safe haven visas.
Pro-democracy Hong Kongers in Australia welcome Scott Morrison's safe haven plansAustralia is "actively considering" offering safe haven to Hong Kong residents who are endangered by a new draconian national security law imposed on the city by China.
Australia 'actively considering' offering safe haven to Hong Kongers as China cracks down on protestersPrime Minister Scott Morrison is considering offering safe haven to people in Hong Kong endangered by new national security laws imposed by China.
Horrified by China's new security laws, pro-democracy Hongkongers are looking to AustraliaThe controversial new national security law imposed on Hong Kong by China has expats living in Australia concerned.
Pro-democracy Hongkongers in Australia are 'horrified' by the city's new security lawsThe controversial new national security law imposed on Hong Kong by China has expats living in Australia concerned.
Police pepper spray Hong Kongers defying ban to mark TiananmenPolice pepper-sprayed some Hong Kong protesters on Thursday who defied a ban to stage candlelight rallies in memory of China's bloody 1989 Tiananmen Square democracy crackdown, accusing Beijing of..
Defying police ban, Hong Kongers hold Tiananmen candle memorialThousands defied a police ban to gather with candles in Hong Kong on Thursday to mark China's bloody Tiananmen Square democracy crackdown in 1989 and accuse Beijing of stifling freedoms too on their..
Hong Kongers to mark Tiananmen anniversary with 'candles everywhere', online vigilPeople in Hong Kong planned to light candles across the city on Thursday to commemorate the bloody 1989 crackdown by Chinese troops in and around Tiananmen Square, circumventing a ban imposed on the..
Australia urged to follow UK and consider taking in Hong Kong residentsAustralia is being urged to consider a UK request to help offer residency to Hong Kongers if China imposes a new national security law.
Hong Kong's pro-democracy activists urge Australia to consider residency requestsAustralia is being urged to consider a UK request to help offer residency to Hong Kongers if China imposes a new national security law.
Taiwan president visits bookshop to show solidarity with Hong KongersTaiwan President Tsai Ing-wen on Friday visited a bookshop that has become a symbol of resistance to perceived Chinese encroachments on Hong Kong's liberties, vowing to give help to the city's citizens..
Taiwan pledges help for fleeing Hong Kongers, riles ChinaTaiwan promised on Thursday to settle Hong Kongers who flee the Chinese-ruled city for political reasons, offering help from employment to counselling, and prompting angry condemnation from Beijing as..
From settlement to counselling, Taiwan promises help for fleeing Hong KongersTaiwan on Thursday promised to settle Hong Kongers who flee the Chinese-ruled city due to political reasons, offering help from employment to counselling as China pushes new security legislation that..
Taiwan president pledges humanitarian relief for Hong KongersTaiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen on Wednesday pledged to draw up a plan to give humanitarian relief to people involved in pro-democracy protests in Taiwan's most concrete intervention since a renewal..
Taiwan considers revoking Hong Kong's special status on law fearsChina's planned national security law may prompt Taiwan to revoke the special status it extends to Hong Kong, President Tsai Ing-wen said, a move that could anger Beijing and make it harder for Hong..
Hong Kongers fret over Beijing's planned new security lawsNewspaper vendor Man, 60, was speechless when she saw the headline that Beijing plans to impose national security laws on Hong Kong, and worried what the future holds for youth in the Chinese-ruled..
Hong Kongers turn out for indie club's last performance as coronavirus forces closureHundreds of Hong Kongers sporting face masks pulsated under strobe lights at a reknowned indie club for the last time on Thursday as cancellations by performers due to the coronavirus have forced the..
Residents of evacuated Hong Kong apartments test negative for coronavirusFive Hong Kongers evacuated from a residential building where a man and woman confirmed with coronavirus live tested negative for the virus, health authorities said on Tuesday, easing concerns of a..
Exclusive: Hong Kongers support protester demands; minority wants independence from China - Reuters pollHong Kong's protest movement is supported by 59% of city residents polled in a survey conducted for Reuters by the Hong Kong Public Opinion Research Institute, with more than a third of respondents..
Taiwan president channels HK protests in appeal for votes: 'Don't believe the Communists'Citing a letter from a young Hong Konger appealing for people "not to believe the Communists", Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen said on Sunday the island's democratic way of life was at risk from the..
'We can celebrate later': Hong Kongers pen Christmas cards to protestersHong Kong residents have been gathering across the city on weekends and in lunch breaks to write Christmas cards to injured protesters and those in detention as anti-government demonstrations grind on..
Hong Kongers troubled by unrest look for new homes abroadAs protests in Hong Kong stretch from summer into autumn with little sign of resolution, a surge in migration applications suggests more locals are making plans to leave the special administrative..
As unrest deepens, Hong Kongers eye exits from Vancouver to MelbourneAs protests in Hong Kong stretch from summer into autumn with little sign of resolution, a surge in migration applications suggests more locals are making plans to leave the special administrative..
Call for Hong Kongers to be given permanent protection in AustraliaThe Greens are calling on the government to grant Hong Kongers in Australia permanent protection, just as Bob Hawke did for Chinese people after the Tiananmen Square massacre.
Spooked by protests, Hong Kong citizens buy Malaysian homesHong Kong citizens have snapped up about 200 apartments in the past two months at a sprawling housing development in Malaysia, two estate agents said, a sign that some Hong Kongers are looking for..
Tens of thousands of Hong Kongers join anti-government rallyTens of thousands of protesters poured into one of Hong Kong's busiest shopping districts on Sunday, braving a downpour to join an anti-government rally in the eleventh week of what have been often..
Hong Kongers rally against government under stormy skiesThousands of school teachers joined an 11th weekend of anti-government protests in Hong Kong on Saturday, as shops pulled down their shutters and braced for another restive summer night.
Hong Kongers stage more anti-government protests, braving stormsThousands of Hong Kongers including many teachers took part in more anti-government rallies on Saturday, braving thunderstorms to march past shops shuttered due to growing concern that police could..