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China's ambassador to the UK on Thursday warned that Beijing would stop recognising British national (overseas) passports.China's ambassador to the UK on Thursday warned that Beijing would stop recognising British national (overseas) passports.

Hong Kong: China threatens to stop recognizing UK-issued passports - Business Insider

China also accuses the UK of interfering in Chinese internal affairs.China also accuses the UK of interfering in Chinese internal affairs.

China-UK relations suffer over Hong Kong and Huawei | China News | Al Jazeera

China is placing blame squarely on the U.S. for failed plans between the U.K. and the Chinese tech company Huawei, on plans to develop 5G.China is placing blame squarely on the U.S. for failed plans between the U.K. and the Chinese tech company Huawei, on plans to develop 5G.

Political and economic uncertainties may drive a new exodusPolitical and economic uncertainties may drive a new exodus

One country, two passports - Many Hong Kongers are considering emigration | China | The Economist

Two announcements this week mean Hong Kong's pan-democrats will no longer have veto power in the chamber. The first was that 12 people have been bannedTwo announcements this week mean Hong Kong’s pan-democrats will no longer have veto power in the chamber. The first was that 12 people have been banned from participating in the Legislative C…

HK democrats lose veto power as election delayed - Asia Times

The White House on Friday decried Hong Kong's decision to postpone its elections, just a day after Trump suggested the US 2020 election be delayed.

Hong Kong just delayed its elections in a blow to democracy with unsettling parallels to Trump

Hong Kong’s holders of British National Overseas passports will be forced to choose between Chinese and British nationality as Beijing considers changingHong Kong’s holders of British National Overseas passports will be forced to choose between Chinese and British nationality as Beijing considers changing its citizenship law. On July 22, the UK ann…

China forces British passport holders to take sides - Asia Times

The Chinese central government will send mainland testing personnel to Hong Kong to help expand nucleic acid tests and help the city build temporary quarantine and treatment centers to contain the COVID-19, the Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office of the State Council said on Friday.

Central govt to send COVID-19 testing personnel to HK, help build quarantine facility - Global Times

Central government to help HK curb COVID-19 surge - CGTN

Opposition activists were out in force in Hong Kong on Friday morning collecting nominations for unnamed candidates, a day after the government banned 12 of their members from running in the Legislative Council elections.On Thursday, an unprecedented number of rising localist activists, young districtOpposition activists were out in force in Hong Kong on Friday morning collecting nominations for unnamed candidates, a day after the government banned 12 of their members from running in the Legislative Council elections.On Thursday, an unprecedented number of rising localist activists, young district

Hong Kong elections: opposition scrambles for support ahead of nominations deadline, a day after candidates barred from running

The United States is "considering" measures to allow Hongkongers to settle in the US following Beijing's imposition of its sweeping national security law over the city, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told lawmakers on Thursday."We're reviewing that, we're considering it,&quotThe United States is "considering" measures to allow Hongkongers to settle in the US following Beijing's imposition of its sweeping national security law over the city, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told lawmakers on Thursday."We're reviewing that, we're considering it,&quot

US 'considering' measures to let Hongkongers settle in the country in wake of national security law, Mike Pompeo says

A Chinese envoy to the UK slammed the current British administration for clinging to a "Cold War mentality" and warned that decoupling from the world's rising power...A Chinese envoy to the UK slammed the current British administration for clinging to a "Cold War mentality" and warned that decoupling from the world's rising power...

End Of The 'Golden Era': 5 Times UK-China Ties Have Soured Since The Cameron-Osborne Relations Thaw - Sputnik International

"No matter what happens, I still have faith, hope and trust in Hong Kong people, and we will continue to have our democracy movement," activist Joshua Wong says."No matter what happens, I still have faith, hope and trust in Hong Kong people, and we will continue to have our democracy movement," activist Joshua Wong says.

Hong Kong elections: Popular pro-democracy politicians barred from running - CBS News

Hong Kong democrats barred from standing in September’s Legislative Council election have urged citizens to fight on, as they vowed to resist “blatant, relentless political oppression.” On Thursday, officers at the Electoral Affairs Commission informed the 12 election hopefuls that their nominations had been ruled invalid. The returning officers told the candidates their “intention” to […]

'Not the end of the world': democrats urge Hongkongers to fight on following mass disqualification | Hong Kong Free Press HKFP

Mainland developer Vanke Property (Hong Kong) and CNQC International (1240) won a residential site in Hong Kong's Tai Po for HK$3.7 billion ($477 million)Mainland investors continue to expand their presence in Hong Kong this week as China Vanke

Vanke JV Buys Hong Kong Site for HK$3.7B- Mingtiandi

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Dissidents seeking refuge will need more than wordsDissidents seeking refuge will need more than words

What Fast Track for Asylum Seekers From Hong Kong? | Foreign Affairs

Personnel from mainland China will come to Hong Kong to help conduct mass COVID-19 testing, it was revealed on Friday night, as the city confirmed another 121 coronavirus cases, the tenth straight day of triple-digit increases in infections.

Mainland Chinese personnel to help conduct mass COVID-19 testing in Hong Kong | Macau News

From a new dim sum parlour at historic Fringe Club to a stylish dining room for Burmese bites, here are the new restaurants in Hong Kong worth checking out.From a new dim sum parlour at historic Fringe Club to a stylish dining room for Burmese bites, here are the new restaurants in Hong Kong worth checking out.

10 new restaurants in Hong Kong to try in August 2020

The country's response was entirely consistent with both its global and domestic political strategies: to project its reputation as an emerging superpower and ruthlessly control dissent.The country's response was entirely consistent with both its global and domestic political strategies: to project its reputation as an emerging superpower and ruthlessly control dissent.

China Manages the Virus With Surveillance, Organisation and Repression

The country s response was entirely consistent with both its global and domestic political strategies: to project its reputation as an emerging superpower and ruthlessly control dissent.

China Manages the Virus With Surveillance, Organisation and Repression

Hong Kong: Once a coronavirus success story, Hong Kong is now facing its worst outbreak yet, and policy makers are realising how little they can do without making a bad situation worse.Hong Kong: Once a coronavirus success story, Hong Kong is now facing its worst outbreak yet, and policy makers are realising how little they can do without making a bad situation worse.

Lawmaker: Lockdown for HK impractical | The Star

CHINA's relations with the West continue to deteriorate with both the UK and the US at war with Beijing on cybersecurity, trade and rule of law - but the UK has more to lose than the US if China decides to retaliate.CHINA's relations with the West continue to deteriorate with both the UK and the US at war with Beijing on cybersecurity, trade and rule of law - but the UK has more to lose than the US if China decides to retaliate.

China news: Beijing retaliation set to make UK economy suffer bigger hit than US trade war | World | News | Express.co.uk

“Now is the time” for the international community to put pressure on China to wind back recent infringements on human rights in Hong Kong, says Australia Director at Human Rights Watch (HRW) and ad

China needs international pressure to end Hong Kong wrongs | UNSW Law

One consequence of HSBC’s painful investigations and fines in the United States eight years ago for allowing terrorists and drug traffickers to launder money through its international network is thatOne consequence of HSBC’s painful investigations and fines in the United States eight years ago for allowing terrorists and drug traffickers to launder money through its international network is that

By disrupting the world’s interconnected economic, social, and geopolitical spheres, the Covid-19 crisis has exposed just how fragile and

Gulftimes : The economic costs of national security

Under this system, loyalty to the Chinese Communist Party is rewarded with career advancement.Under this system, loyalty to the Chinese Communist Party is rewarded with career advancement.

China’s state-owned companies are using ‘red capital’ to wield political power in Hong Kong

Under this system, loyalty to the Chinese Communist Party is rewarded with career advancement.Under this system, loyalty to the Chinese Communist Party is rewarded with career advancement.

China’s state-owned companies are using ‘red capital’ to wield political power in Hong Kong

CHINA’S Uighur Muslims are not in concentration camps but are being retrained as artists, estate agents and chefs, the country’s ambassador to the UK said yesterday. Ambassador to the UK Liu Xiaomi…

Chinese ambassador to UK claims Uighurs aren't in concentration camps but being retrained as artists and estate agents

They say a picture's worth a thousand words. So many hearts must have sunk after a photograph showing an old man kneeling to finish his lunc...They say a picture's worth a thousand words. So many hearts must have sunk after a photograph showing an old man kneeling to finish his lunch box on the first day of the dine-in ban was aired on local...

Experts' advice not always helpful | The Standard

The U.S. government will consider a TikTok ban this week in the newest flashpoint of U.S.-China tensions. The U.S. government will consider a TikTok ban this week in the newest flashpoint of U.S.-China tensions.

China's ambassador to London bluntly warned the United Kingdom on Thursday that it had no future if it tried to decouple from the Communist state. He said the United Kingdom would "pay the price" if it wanted to treat China as a hostile state. China's ties with United Kingdom have been under strain after the latter scrapped the extradition treaty with Hong Kong. The British step came after China curbed the autonomy of Hong Kong. China's ambassador to London bluntly warned the United Kingdom on Thursday that it had no future if it tried to decouple from the Communist state. He said the United Kingdom would "pay the price" if it wanted to treat China as a hostile state. China's ties with United Kingdom have been under strain after the latter scrapped the extradition treaty with Hong Kong. The British step came after China curbed the autonomy of Hong Kong.

Britain can't sideline China if it wants to grow, warns Beijing | International - Times of India Videos

China’s ambassador to the UK has said that recent rows have "seriously poisoned the atmosphere" of relations between the two countries.  Liu Xiaoming warned the UK against allowing “Cold War warriors” to further damage relations with Beijing. China’s ambassador to the UK has said that recent rows have "seriously poisoned the atmosphere" of relations between the two countries.  Liu Xiaoming warned the UK against allowing “Cold War

China’s ambassador warns recent rows have ‘seriously poisoned’ relations with the UK | London Evening Standard

British National Overseas passports may not be recognised by China as a valid travel document.British National Overseas passports may not be recognised by China as a valid travel document.

China threatens to ignore BNO passport and claims UK relations 'seriously poisoned' over Huawei | HeraldScotland

By attempting to put on a brave front, China cannot mask the problems that it is currently mired with. Over the past year, the country has faced protestsBy attempting to put on a brave front, China cannot mask the problems that it is currently mired with. Over the past year, the country has faced protests from various regions that it claims as its own territories. After the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, China has also been experiencing a certain degree of indignation […]

Crisis in Hong Kong: Can China Sustain? - Modern Diplomacy

The resilient people of Hong Kong are bouncing back yet again. They deserve the international community’s support.The resilient people of Hong Kong are bouncing back yet again. They deserve the international community’s support.

Don’t Write Hong Kong’s Obituary Just Yet – The Diplomat

Commentary Pro-Beijing media outlets broke the news late on July 28 of another bombshell ruling on Hong Kong ...Commentary Pro-Beijing media outlets broke the news late on July 28 of another bombshell ruling on Hong Kong ...

Beijing’s Suspension of Hong Kong’s Elections Only Prolongs the Inevitable—and Will Backfire

Consul general's remarks in Vancouver just the latest in a series of menacing statements from Chinese envoys in recent weeks

Terry Glavin: Who do Chinese diplomats think they are, threatening Canadians this way? | National Post

Terry Glavin: Who do Chinese diplomats think they are, threatening Canadians this way? | National Post

Who do these diplomats think they are, threatening us in this way?

Glavin: China's threats to Canada draw a limp response | Ottawa Citizen

Glavin: China's attempts to intimidate Canada draw only a limp response

Glavin: China's attempts to intimidate Canada draw a limp response | Ottawa Citizen

The Council of the European Union has expressed its grave concerns over the situation in Hong Kong following China's new local security law, and presented aThe Council of the European Union has expressed its grave concerns over the situation in Hong Kong following China's new local security law, and presented a plan of action. In its conclusions on

Council of the EU presents plan of action for Hong Kong