hong kong government has sent out notice of a 4 pm press conference by carrie lam no details on what she will
Hong Kong government has sent out notice of a 4 p.m. press conference by Carrie Lam. No details on what she will say, but the embattled chief executive is expected to give a fuller acknowledgement of mistakes following a poorly received apology from a spokesperson Sunday.
today s the daily podcast from the new york times is on hong kong and crew for made me sound far smarter than
Today's The Daily podcast from the New York Times is on Hong Kong. @mikiebarb and crew for made me sound far smarter than I felt after yesterday's protests. And Amos Yip, out marching a week before his high school graduation, was a great interview
carrie lam says sorry the chief executive apologizes to hong kong citizens for this and promises that she will
Carrie Lam says sorry: "The Chief Executive apologizes to Hong Kong citizens for this, and promises that she will take on criticisms in the most sincere and humble way, striving to improve and serve the general public. "
went into a restaurant to interview some young protesters for an hour and came out to find the numbers on the
Went into a restaurant to interview some young protesters for an hour and came out to find the numbers on the march have exploded. Now filling both the main protest route on Hennessy Road and the parallel Lockhart Road
the chinese government has attempted to explain the detention of hundreds of thousands of uighurs as a job tra
The Chinese government has attempted to explain the detention of hundreds of thousands of Uighurs as a job training program, but those targeted include many of the country’s best-educated Uighur intellectuals