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Sitting on a bus in Boston, thousands of miles from her home in Hong Kong, college student Frances Hui crossed paths with an inquisitive fellow passenger. Where are you from? the passenger pressed.Sitting on a bus in Boston, thousands of miles from her home in Hong Kong, college student Frances Hui crossed paths with an inquisitive fellow passenger. Where are you from? the passenger pressed.

Boston Student Frances Hui Wrote, "I'm From Hong Kong." Intense Chinese Anger Followed

Chief executive says rare move by consulates is not entirely unheard of, but they merely stated their stance and could not pinpoint concerns.Chief executive says rare move by consulates is not entirely unheard of, but they merely stated their stance and could not pinpoint concerns.

China has made "solemn representations" to Germany after it granted refugee status to two Hong Kong activists facing rioting charges in the Chinese-ruled city, demanding it correct its "mistakes", state news agency Xinhua reported on Saturday.China has made "solemn representations" to Germany after it granted re...

China calls on Germany to correct 'mistakes' over asylum for Hong Kong independence activists - Reuters

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“Thank you to everyone who came to Universal in the US and Canada. It was a tremendous tour and we will be back next spring. Now onwards to Hong Kong, Singapore, New Zealand and Australia ... and new U.K. arena dates added in September. https://t.co/tc5N5lNcZO”

Brian Cox on Twitter: "Thank you to everyone who came to Universal in the US and Canada. It was a tremendous tour and we will be back next spring. Now onwards to Hong Kong, Singapore, New Zealand and Australia ... and new U.K. arena dates added in September. https://t.co/tc5N5lNcZO"

“A student in Boston wrote ‘I am from Hong Kong.’ An onslaught of Chinese anger followed.   https://t.co/cG5YpAqull”

Ken Dilanian on Twitter: "A student in Boston wrote ‘I am from Hong Kong.’ An onslaught of Chinese anger followed.   https://t.co/cG5YpAqull"

“Frances Hui, a student in Boston, wrote "I am from Hong Kong, not China. I am from a city owned by a country I don’t belong to”. An onslaught of Chinese anger followed, at times threatening https://t.co/LBmuuDGVxE”

Alfons López Tena #FBPE on Twitter: "Frances Hui, a student in Boston, wrote "I am from Hong Kong, not China. I am from a city owned by a country I don’t belong to”. An onslaught of Chinese anger followed, at times threatening https://t.co/LBmuuDGVxE"

“Back home!! #hk @ Kowloon, Hong Kong https://t.co/221sMyf5fG”

Apolo Anton Ohno on Twitter: "Back home!! #hk @ Kowloon, Hong Kong https://t.co/221sMyf5fG"

Beijing officials told foreign journalists on Tuesday to “inject positive energy” into their coverage of proposed changes to Hong Kong’s extradition laws, according to China’s foreign ministry. The briefing, attended by Reuters, CNN, CNBC, Kyodo News and the Financial Times, was organised by the Office of the Commissioner of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Hong Kong. […]

Beijing officials tell foreign Hong Kong press to 'inject positive energy' into extradition law coverage | Hong Kong Free Press HKFP

BEIJING (REUTERS) - China has made "solemn representations" to Germany after it granted refugee status to two Hong Kong activists facing rioting charges in the Chinese-ruled city, demanding it correct its "mistakes", state news agency Xinhua reported on Saturday (May 25).. Read more at straitstimes.com.East Asia News -BEIJING (REUTERS) - China has made "solemn representations" to Germany after it granted refugee status to two Hong Kong activists facing rioting charges in the Chinese-ruled city,

China calls on Germany to correct 'mistakes' over asylum for Hong Kong independence activists, East Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Rural Policy Bank Sells Bond to Retail Investors in Hong Kong - Caixin Global

A 24-member business delegation from Hong Kong recently visited Bangladesh to get to know firsthand of investment opportunities as part of efforts under China’s Belt and Road Initiative.   The delegation from the Chinese Manufacturers’ Association (CMA) of Hong Kong visited Bangladesh at the invitation of Bangladesh Investment Development Authority (Bida) from May 23 to 25. A 24-member business delegation from Hong Kong recently visited Bangladesh to get to know firsthand of investment opportunities as part of efforts under China’s Belt and Road Initiative.

HK businesses keen to invest in Bangladesh | The Daily Star

The squabble was far from Hong Kong but reflects wider questions playing out in the ex-colony over identity amid the rapid erosion of the territory's autonomy.The squabble was far from Hong Kong but reflects wider questions playing out in the ex-colony over identity amid the rapid erosion of the territory’s autonomy.

Boston student's Hong Kong identity sparks Chinese anger

Beijing says Berlin must correct 'mistakes' as duo face rioting chargesBEIJING: China has demanded that Germany correct its “mistakes” after it granted refugee status to two Hong Kong pro-independence activists facing rioting charges in the Chinese-ruled city, the state news agency Xinhua reported on Saturday.

China condemns German asylum grant to HK activists | Bangkok Post: news

The MSCI Asia Pacific Index is down 0.2 per cent following losses in New York overnight.The MSCI Asia Pacific Index is down 0.2 per cent following losses in New York overnight.

asian markets: $2.6 trillion wiped out as Asia braces for more: Taking stock - The Economic Times

HONG KONG - Sitting on a bus in Boston, thousands of miles from her home in Hong Kong, college student Frances Hui crossed paths with an inquisitive fellow passenger. Where are you from? the passenger pressed. When she eventually replied "Hong Kong," the man started to get aggressive, Hui recounted. He insisted that she should define herself as "from China" - which was handed control of the former British colony in 1997. "He kept telling me, 'You are Chinese, you need to fix your identity,' " Hui, a junior at Emerson College, said in an interview. "I felt really insulted. Identity is really personal. It is my thing." Hui penned a column at Emerson's student paper, titled "I am from Hong Kong, not China." She opened with the line: "I am from a city owned by a country I don't belong to." It was soon followed by an intense and, at times, threatening backlash from mainland Chinese students at her college. The squabble was far from Hong Kong, but one that reflects wider questions playing out in the ex-colony over identity amid the rapid erosion of the territory's autonomy and promised "one country, two systems" relationship. Five years after massive street protests in Hong Kong over Beijing's controls, China has steadily tightened its grip over the territory and its young pro-democracy movement. Many now worry they are witnessing an accelerated end of Hong Kong's special status, including its political and business freedoms. And they wonder how to respond - raising the possibility of more protests. The terms of Britain's handover were meant to guarantee Hong Kong a high degree of autonomy, allowing the territory to keep its own political, judicial and economic systems until 2047. But Beijing's controls stepped up after the 2014 street protests, which saw hundreds of...

A student in Boston wrote, 'I am from Hong Kong.' An onslaught of Chinese anger followed. - SFGate

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Ray Wong and Alan Li were former members of pro-independence group Hong Kong Indigenous.

China wants Germany to correct 'mistakes' over asylum for HK activists

The majority of those losses come from China and Hong Kong — epicenters of the renewed trade and tech war with Washington.The MSCI Asia Pacific Index is down 0.2%, putting the regional benchmark on track for a third straight week of declines — the longest stretch this yearThe majority of those losses come from China and Hong Kong — epicenters of the renewed trade and tech war with Washington.The MSCI Asia Pacific Index is down 0.2%, putting the regional benchmark on track for a third straight week of declines — the longest stretch this year

$2.6 trillion wiped out as Asia braces for more