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Protesters and opposition politicians in Hong Kong were reeling yesterday as the authorities continued to aggressively implement the new national security law

"Hidden language is something that cannot be banned by laws." Hong Kong protesters use wordplay and even Chinese Communist Party literature to express dissent against new national security law

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Hong Kong protesters use 'hidden language' to dodge security law

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In February's “Battle for Hong Kong," FRONTLINE followed pro-democracy protesters and examined their struggle against what they say is growing influence from the communist government of mainland China. WATCH:

China’s decision to impose new national security laws in Hong Kong has brought protesters back onto the city’s streets. Here's what you need to know

China’s decision to impose new national security laws in Hong Kong has brought protesters back onto the city’s streets. Here's what you need to know

Hong Kong-based journalist Mary Hui says many young, pro-democracy protesters are following a strategy known as "laam caau" that aims to inflict as much damage on China as it inflicts on Hong Kong.

In February's “Battle for Hong Kong," FRONTLINE followed pro-democracy protesters and examined their struggle against what they say is growing influence from the communist government of mainland China. WATCH:

Beijing’s new national security law for Hong Kong could change the strategy and tactics of pro-democracy protesters in the region, according to Hong Kong-based@qz  reporter @maryhui .

@ishaantharoor  "Not long ago, Hong Kong was seen as the city that would prefigure a more liberal, prosperous future for China. Now, its protesters are…left to voice the final cries of a society whose democratic aspirations are withering on the vine. " @ishaantharoor 

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If President Xi would meet directly and personally with the protesters, there would be a happy and enlightened ending to the Hong Kong problem. I have no doubt!

Police in Hong Kong fire tear gas against protesters taking part in the first pro-democracy demonstration since China announced plans to impose a new security law on the territory

@business  "5 demands, not 1 less. " Protesters return to Hong Kong's Central business district for the 4th straight day of lunchtime demonstrations #HongKongProtests  #香港

The demonstrations in Hong Kong are an inspiration to us all. It is the right of all people to protest for a better future. We stand with these brave protesters and call on the Chinese government to refrain from violence.

The protesters throughout #HongKong  have demonstrated extraordinary bravery in defense of their freedom. I have cosponsored S.1838, the 'Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act,' to support them. I urge the Senate to pass this bill and #StandWithHongKong .

The U.S will continue to do its part to hold accountable those who violate basic human rights in #HongKong . China’s Communist Party leadership would do well to deescalate their actions against protesters and respect the self-governance of Hong Kong.

Beijing’s soldiers in Hong Kong made a rare appearance on the city’s streets to clear protesters’ roadblocks, raising questions about the army’s future role there

I am deeply concerned by the aggressive actions taken by the Hong Kong Police Force today during a standoff between protesters at university campuses in Hong Kong.

Indian government advises TV networks not to broadcast anything that "promotes anti-national attitudes." In less than a week, India's government and security forces have already killed more protesters and taken more restrictive measures than Hong Kong and Beijing did in 6 months

Time leaves out the Hong Kong Protesters fighting for their lives and freedoms to push a teen being used as a marketing gimmick. How dare you?

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