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Friday, December 3, 2021

3 student union leaders charged with advocating terrorism given bail as they do not pose further national security threat, Hong Kong judge says South China Morning Post - 21 hours ago

  • A High Court judge has explained that she granted bail to three former leaders of the student union at the University of Hong Kong (HKU) accused of promoting terrorism because they do not pose a…
Hong Kong’s MTRC urged to review ad panel maintenance after train door rips off, causing rush hour chaos

Hong Kong’s MTRC urged to review ad panel maintenance after train door rips off, causing rush hour chaos Hong Kong Free Press - December 3, 2021

  • Hong Kong’s MTR Corporation has been urged to review inspection work of advertisement panels after some loose parts caused a set of train doors to fall off, plunging the city into rush hour chao…
Tennis stars back association’s ‘bold’ move to halt China events over Peng row, as China decries ‘acts politicising sport’

Tennis stars back association’s ‘bold’ move to halt China events over Peng row, as China decries ‘acts politicising sport’ Hong Kong Free Press - December 3, 2021

  • by Rebecca Bryan Tennis stars threw their support behind the WTA’s move to suspend its tournaments in China over concern for Peng Shuai, as Olympic chiefs said Thursday they had held a second vi…
#足壇醜聞

#足壇醜聞 IG machine translated - December 3, 2021

  • Hong Kong u23 football team ( hong Kong u23 ) went to Japan at the end of October to represent Hong Kong in the u23 Asian Cup Group K peripheral competition , the final group stage out , more th…
Around 20 sailors quarantined on boat over infection

Around 20 sailors quarantined on boat over infection RTHK - 23 hours ago

  • Around 20 sailors are being held in quarantine on board their vessel in Hong Kong after one of their colleagues was diagnosed with Covid-19. The Glory Sky, a cargo ship, arrived in the territory…
'Health code won't work without trust in government'

'Health code won't work without trust in government' RTHK - December 3, 2021

  • An academic has warned that the SAR's newly-launched health code system will not work effectively if the government fails to cultivate public trust. Kris Hartley, an assistant professor of publi…

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