Austin Ramzy

Austin Ramzy


New York Times reporter in Hong Kong 紐約時報記者王霜舟 previously @UMKnightWallace @TIME @ucbsoj austin.ramzy@nytimes.com

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Should clarify Australia has had an advisory against outward travel in place since March due to covid. It updated its language on HK today citing the security law

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Here’s the result to the question: 61% no, 32% yes h/t @jnzst  @sebastianveghk 

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The primary was overshadowed by a police raid last night on the organization responsible for tabulating the polls. But it may have ended up spurring turnout

581,969 total electronic votes cast, said Au Nok-hin, one of the primary organizers. A big display of enthusiasm for the opposition camp

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More than 400 pages of internal Chinese documents detail the origins and growth of the indoctrination program in Xinjiang, where a million or more predominately Muslim minorities have been held in a vast network of detention centers

The coronavirus has shaken Hong Kong, a city with bitter memories of SARS and record low trust in its government after a monthslong mass protest movement

The police presence in Admiralty today feels like Beijing during the Arab Spring. There was a call for protest in Wangfujing, but only a few turned up and were quickly surrounded by police

As temperatures flare in Legco, recall the scuffles among lawmakers almost exactly one year ago that presaged the mass protests over the extradition bill

Having worked in places that require journalist cards and others that don’t, my sense is it is largely about control, not protecting reputations

Carrie Lam today on criticism of the proposed security laws: “We are a very free society, so for the time being, people have the freedom to say whatever they want to say.”

I don’t you usually say this about my stories, but please read, please share and please let us know what you think. Here's a condensed version with the key takeaways

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