Hong Kong in Protest

What do the protests mean for the future of Hong Kong? And what do they say about Hong Kong’s relationship with the mainland? —The Editors

法政匯思召集人吳宗鑾與成員蘇俊文於6月19日向浸信會呂明才中學學生講解逃犯條例修訂與法治

法政匯思召集人吳宗鑾與成員蘇俊文於6月19日向浸信會呂明才中學學生講解逃犯條例修訂與法治

PLG spokesperson Wilson Leung speaks to VOA about anticipated backlash from Beijing over the anti-extradition bill protests.

Hong Kong’s decision to pause a controversial extradition proposal in the face of mass protests is a rare political embarrassment for China’s Communist Party. But as VOA’s Bill Gallo reports from Hong Kong, many pro-democracy protesters in the semi-autonomous Chinese city fear a backlash from Beijing in the weeks ahead.

PLG spokesperson Wilson Leung speaks to the BBC (Vietnamese section) on the recent protests against the extradition bill.

PLG spokesperson Wilson Leung speaks to the BBC (Vietnamese section) on the recent protests against the extradition bill.

和平示威不會被控「暴動罪」?盧偉聰、林鄭仍然誤導市民

警務處長盧偉聰在6月17日記者招待會中說:「我當日所講其實是指某些人的行為已經涉嫌干犯暴動罪,當日參與公眾活動的其他示威人士,如果是無參加過任何暴力行為,他們不用擔心會觸犯暴動罪。我們截止現時為止拘捕了15名人士,是關於暴動及其他暴力罪行,當中只有5名是有關暴動罪。」此番「解釋」在法律上並不正確。