Councillors swear new Hong Kong loyalty oath after hundreds quit
HONG KONG — Dozens of local community politicians in Hong Kong swore a newly required loyalty oath to China on Friday (Sept 10) after hundreds of their colleagues quit in protest as authorities try to purge the city of
Councillors swear new Hong Kong loyalty oath after hundreds quit25 councillors were told to take their oaths in a closed-door ceremony on Friday, but only 24 of them attended the event. Pro-democracy councillor Peter Choi said he 'couldn't compromise and pledge allegiance to a regime that does not value the people'.
Councillors swear new Hong Kong loyalty oath after hundreds quitHONG KONG: Dozens of local community politicians in Hong Kong swore a newly required loyalty oath to China on Friday (Sep 10) after hundreds of their colleagues quit in protest as authorities try to purge the city of \u0022unpatriotic\u0022 elements. District councils are the only political office in Hong Kong Loyalty oath? Are they defending the wall? Those cockroaches still fighting ? 247firecracker Please support Hongkong democracy and freedom StandWithHongKong
China's Ximalaya to file for Hong Kong IPO next week -sourcesHONG KONG : China's largest online audio platform Ximalaya will file for its Hong Kong initial public offering (IPO) next week after dropping its plans to list in the United States, according to three sources with direct knowledge of the matter.The Shanghai-based company announced on Thursday it would not
Hong Kong police arrest Tiananmen vigil organisersHong Kong police on Wednesday arrested four members of the group behind the city's Tiananmen Square vigils, a day after they refused to cooperate with a national security investigation.
Hong Kong police raid shuttered Tiananmen museumHong Kong police on Thursday raided a museum that houses exhibits commemorating Beijing's deadly crackdown on Tiananmen Square in 1989, a day after they arrested four members of the group that ran the venue.
Hong Kong’s Cathay Pacific to close London pilot base employing some 100 cockpit crew membersHong Kong flag carrier Cathay Pacific Airways has confirmed it is closing its London pilot base, leaving most of the 100 cockpit crew members employed there out of a job. The closure of Cathay’s British outpost will be followed by a review of its sole remaining pilot base in the United States – part of continuous cost-cutting efforts at the pandemic-battered airline – placing 140 jobs there on the line as well. Pilots at the London base were told on Monday in a memo that their services would no