HONG KONG—A group of speech therapists were sentenced to 19 months in prison after being convicted of sedition for publishing children’s books that a judge ruled depicted the Chinese ...
HONG KONG, Sept 6 (Reuters) - Hong Kong has reported its first case of monkeypox, health authorities said on Tuesday, after symptoms were discovered in a 30-year old man who arrived from the ...
Anyone can read what you share. By John Yoon SEOUL — Five speech therapists in Hong Kong were sentenced to 19 months in prison on Saturday after they published a series of children’s books ...
I have vivid memories of my father waking up early and going to cha chaan tengs, or Hong Kong diners, and asking for scrambled eggs on untoasted white bread. They're beautiful: a thick ...
Hong Kong's daily Covid tally passed the 10,000 mark on Thursday. The Centre for Health Protection reported 10,586 new infections, 244 of them imported. Dr Chuang Shuk-kwan from the centre said ...
Five speech therapists in Hong Kong have been jailed for 19 months each after being found guilty of publishing "seditious" children's books. Authorities interpreted the books - about sheep trying to ...
Hong Kong reported its first monkeypox case, diagnosed in a 30-year-old man who reported symptoms while in hotel quarantine after flying into the city, the health department said. The patient ...
A Hong Kong court has sentenced five speech therapists to nearly two years in prison for their role in the publication of children's books deemed seditious FILE - Li Kwai-wah, senior ...
The head of Hong Kong's journalist union was arrested on Wednesday, just weeks before he was set to leave the city and begin an overseas fellowship. Ronson Chan, chairman of the Hong Kong ...
Five Hong Kong speech therapists were sentenced to 19 months in jail Saturday after being found guilty of sedition for publishing three children’s picture books that were deemed anti-government.
Hong Kong on Sunday reported 9,495 new local Covid infections – over a thousand cases more than the previous day. Chuang Shuk-kwan from the Centre for Health Protection said the more ...