Hong Kong airport operating normally despite planned 'stress test' protest
Other protests are planned on Saturday in various districts, including Kwun Tong on the Kowloon peninsula.
Demonstrators say they are fighting the erosion of the "one country, two systems" arrangement that enshrined a high degree of autonomy for Hong Kong since it was handed back from British to Chinese rule in 1997.
Organizers said 135,000 people took part in the demonstration, inspired by one in 1989, when an estimated 2 million people joined arms across three Baltic states in a protest against then Soviet rule that became known as the "Baltic Way" or "Baltic Chain."Read more: ABS-CBN News Channel
Hong Kong students to boycott new term as protests continueStudent leaders representing most of the city's major universities say students will miss lectures between September 2 – the planned start of the new term – and September 13
Employee at Britain's Hong Kong mission detained in China over prostitution - InteraksyonBEIJING — An employee at the British consulate in Hong Kong has been detained in China for involvement in prostitution, China ’s state-backed Global Times newspaper said on Thursday. China ’s foreign ministry confirmed on Wednesday that the employee, Simon Cheng, had been detained in the border city of Shenzhen. Britain has expressed its extreme concern about the case. The Global …
Google says YouTube campaign targeted Hong Kong protestsA Google online post says we 'disabled 210 channels on YouTube when we discovered channels in this network behaved in a coordinated manner while uploading videos related to the ongoing protests in Hong Kong '
YouTube shuts down 210 channels posting about Hong KongGoogle announced Thursday that it had disabled 210 YouTube channels that were uploading videos 'in a coordinated manner' about the ongoing protests in Hong Kong .
Hong Kong gears up for fresh protests as activists target airport Hong Kong braced on Friday for further demonstrations and a “stress test” of the city’s international airport at the weekend, as nearly three months of anti-government protests showed no sign of abating.
OFWs in Hong Kong continue to go to church despite protests – CBCPThe protest actions in Hong Kong have not deterred overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) from going to church and attending mass, according to the head of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Migrants and Itinerant People.