Joshua Wong and two fellow Hong Kong dissidents jailed for protests
Leading Hong Kong dissident Joshua Wong was jailed alongside two other young activists on Wednesday for taking part in last year's huge democracy protests as the crackdown on Beijing's critics gathers pace.
Mobile City enters Nigeria, mulls phone manufacturing
After about 11 years abroad, Mobile City, an indigenous operator has finally entered Nigeria. With a focus on retail mobile phone enterprises, Mobile City, according to the Chief Executive Officer, Stanley Afunwa, having made an impact in Hong Kong, USA, Zambia, Malawi, and Zimbabwe, the brand has finally come home. Afunwa explained the company aims…
Hong Kong activists including Joshua Wong in custody after guilty protest plea
Three young Hong Kong dissidents including Joshua Wong were remanded into custody on Monday after pleading guilty to inciting a rally during last year's pro-democracy protests, deepening the crackdown against Beijing's critics.
Beijing loyalists target Hong Kong judges after protester acquittals
The acquittal of dozens of Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters -– often accompanied by withering court criticism of police –- has triggered a backlash from Beijing...
China halts HK extradition treaties with Canada, Australia, UK
China announced the suspension Tuesday of Hong Kong's extradition treaties with Canada, Australia and Britain in a tit-for-tat move following similar decisions by those countries over a controversial new security law.
UK suspends extradition treaty with Hong Kong
Britain on Monday risked worsening strained ties with China, as it suspended its extradition treaty with Hong Kong in protest at a controversial new security law in the territory.
China censors Hong Kong internet, US tech giants resist
China has unveiled new powers to censor Hong Kong's internet and access user data using its feared national security law -- but US tech giants have put up some resistance citing rights concerns.
Taiwan warns of counter measures if new Hong Kong law causes 'damage'
Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen on Tuesday warned of "countermeasures" should a sweeping security law China imposed on Hong Kong "damage" the island.