Beijing: China is all set to derecognise British National (Overseas) passports as travel and identification documents from Sunday, adding one more episode of tussle in the already tarnished relationship between Hong Kong and China.
A geo-political expert believes that the current socio-political re-engineering in Hong Kong — called the “Second Handover” by some — is following a script reminiscent of the happenings in Tibet in 1959.
Beijing: China has condemned the US stance of blatant interfering in Hong Kong affairs, a region which is continuously in conflict with Beijing.
Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Police officials have arrested a reporter in connection with a programme about a mob attack at Yuen Long train station, media reports said.
London: Hong Kong's last British Governor Chris Patten has slammed China and said the country cannot be trusted.
Hong Kong/Beijing: Amid growing conflict, China on Tuesday announced a decision to suspend extradition and judiciary assistance treaties between Hong Kong and Canada, Australia and Britain.
Hong Kong: Despite violent protests and agitations, Chinese authorities have opened a new agency in Hong Kong city which will be engaged in monitoring the implementation of the newly enacted law on national security in the special administrative region, media reports said.
Washington: Putting pressure on China, US lawmaker Scott Perry has introduced a bill to recognise Tibet as a separate and independent nation.