Wanted Hong Kong commentator in Germany tells VOA the arrest warrant is a “badge of honor”
Lu Siwei was headed to the US when he was arrested in July, even though rights groups said he had proper travel documents
People who dealt with the suspect say he professed dismay at China's behavior but then undermined the work of anti-China activists
UK government 'reviewing our approach to transnational repression to help tackle these challenges wherever they originate'
Hong Kong Business Hub targets entrepreneurs, many of whom fled Hong Kong when China began cracking down on pro-democracy movement
London’s Brick Lane, famed for its street art, appears to be the scene of the latest face-off between pro-democracy supporters and Chinese loyal to President Xi Jinping's rule
Britain expects Beijing to waive diplomatic immunity for officials if police press charges over alleged attack
Human Rights Measurement Initiative finds Hong Kong, which now ranks close to Saudi Arabia and Venezuela, both near last-place China
Techniques used in what authorities call 'appropriate rehabilitation' of jailed pro-democracy protesters are similar to those used on Uyghurs in Xinjiang, rights advocates say
German publisher calls canceled book discussions ‘worrying and disturbing signal,’ while Italian mayor refuses to scrap exhibition critical of Beijing
The city and those who have fled it have gone gaga for 12 singing, dancing and rapping entertainers
As Hong Kong arrests media workers under national security law, veteran broadcaster Steve Vines leaves a city he called home for three decades
Fearing for his safety, Lee Ka-wai fled in March, after he was elected as a pro-democracy district councilor, the most local level of Hong Kong’s government.