The controversial proposal would create a legal mechanism by which individuals could be rendered from Hong Kong back to mainland China. Many fear that it would be used by Beijing to grab individuals that China couldn’t otherwise get its hands on.
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A December 2018 judgment by Hong Kong’s Court of First Instance in a case involving the city’s new express rail terminal should prompt critical reflection about the continued legitimacy of Hong Kong’s judicial system.
Yet another important story buried in the chaos of the Trump presidency. As the New York Times reports, China is moving to end Hong Kong's independence:
Grammar Matters: Did China Really Declare that the Entire Sino-UK Joint Declaration is “Not At All Binding”? Maybe Not.
Examining what may have been lost in translation.