Official says China backs bolder action over Hong Kong unrest
Wednesday, 6 November 2019 Beijing supports more bold measures to tackle the roots of unrest that has rocked Hong Kong for months, a senior Chinese official said on Wednesday, just hours after a knife-wielding man attacked a pro-Beijing lawmaker in the financial hub.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group is looking to kick off a Hong Kong share offering to raise as much as $15 billion later this month, despite ongoing protests in the China-controlled city-state that have been marked by months of protests. The U.S.-listed online marketplace known as the "Amazon...
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam denounced U.S. legislation protecting human rights in the embattled city after it was passed last week. That comes after a ban by Beijing against U.S. military from visiting..
There have been plenty of games and apps that have sprung up as a result of Hong Kong protests. Now, a rather distasteful game called Everyone Hit the... The Next Web Also reported by •Fossbytes •Terra Daily