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Chinese property developers have turned their sights to Hong Kong's border districts as mainlanders from neighbouring boomtown Shenzhen consider parts of the former British colony as a more affordable long-term housing prospect by @clarejim 

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Hong Kong's proposed immigration bill would give authorities virtually unlimited powers to prevent residents and others entering or leaving the former British colony.

As Guyana prepares to become a major oil production nation the spotlight is firmly on the Guyana-Suriname Basin and the former British colony’s neighbor Suriname.

Chinese property developers have turned their sights to Hong Kong’s border districts as mainlanders from neighboring boomtown Shenzhen consider parts of the former British colony as a more affordable long-term housing prospect.

Hong Kong police just showed off a newly acquired skill: Goose-stepping in the locked-knee marching style of the Chinese military, a departure from the bent-knee British-style long the norm in the former colony. By @LyonsNotes :

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Through the hashtag #IAmHongKonger  on Twitter and Instagram, #Canadians  with close ties to the former British colony are being asked to “stand up for their own identity” in the Canadian population survey that starts next month. #census  #HongKong 

Through the hashtag #IAmHongKonger  on Twitter and Instagram, Canadians with close ties to the former British colony are being asked to “stand up for their own identity” in the Canadian population survey that starts next month.

Hamleys, a British retail icon that hasn't made a profit for a number of years, plans to quadruple its outlets in the former British colony to more than 500 in three years despite the pandemic #MukeshAmbani  #Hamleys  #RelianceIndustries 

Britain has pledged 43 million pounds (S$79 million) to help people arriving from Hong Kong find jobs, houses and schools under an initiative allowing millions to resettle after China's imposition of new security laws in the former British colony.

Britain has pledged $59 million to help people arriving from Hong Kong find jobs, houses and schools under an initiative allowing millions to resettle after China's imposition of new security laws in the former British colony. More here:

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The U.S. imposed sanctions on Chinese officials, accusing them of roles in squashing freedom in the former British colony. The Treasury Department announced sanctions on Carrie Lam, leader of the pro-Beijing government in Hong Kong, and others.

"Without protest, America would still be a British colony. There would still be slaves. Women still wouldn't be able to vote and you could still be fired because you love someone of the same gender or a different race," @AliVelshi  says.

"Without protest, America would still be a British colony. There would still be slaves. Women still wouldn't be able to vote and you could still be fired because you love someone of the same gender or a different race," @AliVelshi  says.

Calls have emerged for flash mobs at night across Hong Kong and democracy activists including Joshua Wong plan to meet the press to announce ‘street action’ following China's plans to impose national security legislation in the former British colony

New comments by the head of China’s military garrison in Hong Kong reinforce a Communist Party push to tighten its grip on the former British colony

Pro-democracy figures say law would break China’s promise to preserve former British colony’s way of life

While the world is preoccupied with the pandemic, China increases control over Hong Kong and violates promises it made to give former British colony autonomy #CBC 

A delegation of Hong Kong democracy activists has accused Britain's prime ministerial contenders of abandoning millions of people who grew up in the territory when it was a British colony.

The terms under which Hong Kong ceased to be a British colony ensured that it would maintain a degree of autonomy inside China. When Beijing began to encroach upon its independence, people took to the streets.

A former employee of Britain's consulate in Hong Kong says Chinese secret police beat him as they sought information about pro-democracy protests in the former British colony

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