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2019年03月18日

梁天琦等4人被控參與暴動案 陪審團開始退庭商議 (Jury retires to consider verdict in retrial of Edward Leung riot case)
Radio Television Hong Kong, March 18, 2019

審議國歌法許智峯被指未經同意發言被趕離會議室 (Legislator kicked out of LegCo meeting after “speaking without permission” to oppose chairman’s strict deadline for written questions on national anthem bill)
Radio Television Hong Kong, March 18, 2019

Activist “Long Hair” Leung Kwok-hung barred from entering Japan to attend trial of Hongkongers
Hong Kong Free Press, March 18, 2019

Mainland Chinese and Hong Kong officials lied to UN Human Rights Council about city’s high degree of autonomy, activists say
South China Morning Post, March 17, 2019

Give Hong Kong more leeway and separatism will subside, leading mainland Chinese constitutional scholar tells Beijing
South China Morning Post, March 17, 2019

European Union voices concern over Hong Kong’s plan to allow extraditions to mainland China
South China Morning Post, March 15, 2019

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Beijing weighs in on Hong Kong extradition plan, urging doubters to respect the legal process, after Law Society calls for alternatives
South China Morning Post, March 16, 2019

9 protesters arrested at extradition demo released on bail, as group condemns guard for restraining female activist
Hong Kong Free Press, March 16, 2019

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“Legalized kidnapping”: Hong Kong activists arrested following sit-in over China extradition law
Hong Kong Free Press, March 15, 2019

Hundreds of Hong Kong students skip school in call for action on climate change, joining global day of protest
South China Morning Post, March 15, 2019

2019年03月15日

中国拒联合国人权整改建议 国际社会谴责 (International community condemns China’s rejection of UN recommendations on human rights situation)
Radio Free Asia, March 14, 2019

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Inconvenient truths at China’s UN rights review: Chinese rejection of reform underscores plight of Muslims in Xinjiang
Human Rights Watch, March 13, 2019

China: Blatant disregard of UN human rights experts’ recommendations
Amnesty International, March 14, 2019

Government makes a mockery of UN human rights review
FIDH, March 14, 2019

最高法院暫緩取消與台灣自貿 薩爾瓦多候任總統:重新審視與北京關係 (El Salvador to re-evaluate relationship with Beijing as top court suspends termination of Taiwan trade agreement)
Ming Pao, March 15, 2019

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Responding to El Salvador president-elect, China denies it meddles
Reuters, March 15, 2019

Behind China’s move to block Masood Azhar’s listing, a strategic reason
Hindustan Times, March 14, 2019

UN experts renew calls for probe into death of Cao Shunli
UN Special Rapporteur on the Situation of Human Rights Defenders, March 14, 2019

China, relocated: Tales from China’s homes away from home
Sixth Tone, March 14, 2019

Chinese authorities tighten restrictions in Qinghai amid Tibetan uprising anniversaries
Radio Free Asia, March 14, 2019

专访坦桑尼亚驻华大使:“一带一路”是中国为世界做出的贡献 (Mbelwa Kairuki, Tanzania Ambassador to China: Belt and Road Initiative is China’s contribution to the world, criticism on debt risks is “rumor”)
Xinhua, March 14, 2019

2018年美国的人权纪录和2018年美国侵犯人权事记 (China publishes 2018 Report on U.S. Human Rights, citing gun violence, discrimination against Muslims, Internet surveillance, sexual harassment, immigration policies, withdrawal from Human Rights Council)
Xinhua, March 14, 2019

2019年03月15日
2019年03月14日

May “pursue other actions” if China continues to block Azhar designation: UNSC diplomat
The Hindu, March 14, 2019

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China at UN delays bid to blacklist JeM leader Masood Azhar
Al Jazeera, March 14, 2019

Build new global alliances to limit China’s “illicit practices,” U.S. senators urged
South China Morning Post, March 14, 2019

蔡英文七招反制"一国两制" 两岸关系焦点转向? (Tsai Ing-wen raises 7 points to counter One Country Two Systems proposal from Beijing)
Deutsche Welle, March 13, 2019

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Taiwan can’t resist historic trend towards unification, says head of Chinese cross-strait group
South China Morning Post, March 14, 2019

A flurry of ideas to reverse China’s declining birthrate, but will Beijing listen?
The New York Times, March 13, 2019

State aid tied to loyalty displays in Tibet’s Markham County
Radio Free Asia, March 13, 2019

EU, in major shift, moves to confront China’s growing assertiveness
Wall Street Journal, March 13, 2019

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EU sets out 10-point plan to balance China economic ties
Reuters, March 13, 2019

How the United States nudged the European Union towards a tougher stand on China
South China Morning Post, March 13, 2019

Wang Yang, top Chinese adviser, urges faith in Communist Party’s judgment in face of “unprecedented” challenges
South China Morning Post, March 13, 2019

家政服务将建“红黑名单” 选保姆不再“碰运气” (Ministry of Commerce, NDRC issue regulation to establish credit system for domestic workers)
Legal Daily, March 13, 2019

2019年03月13日

美宗教大使:若中方不改善李明哲處境,美方不排除進一步手段 (U.S. ambassador for international religious freedom calls on China to release jailed Taiwan activist Lee Ming-che)
The Initium, March 12, 2019

China’s judiciary works for “stability of regime, system”: Top judge
Radio Free Asia, March 12, 2019

检举人王林清引起的争议给中国“司法进步”蒙上阴影 (Case of disappeared Wang Linqing casts shadow on China’s claimed “judicial progressiveness”)
Voice of America, March 12, 2019

Related:“陕西千亿矿权案”暴露的中国法院副卷弊病 (Flaws of Chinese courts exposed by missing papers in mine ownership case)
Radio Free Asia, March 12, 2019

街头屏幕曝光老赖合法吗?江西省高院院长:合法 (Are billboards exposing citizen misconduct legal? Jiangxi High Court judge says they are)
Sina, March 12, 2019

Another Jasic Struggle confession footage emerges: Ideological struggle drawing a veil over class warfare
Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions, March 12, 2019

(两会受权发布)最高人民法院工作报告(摘要)(Supreme People’s Court report to NPC: People’s courts have severely punished national security crimes including subversion of state power, “firmly defended national political security, especially security of the regime and the system”)
Xinhua, March 13, 2019

(两会受权发布)最高人民检察院工作报告(摘要) (Supreme People’s Procuratorate report to NPC: 6.4% increase on charges against crimes infringing women’s personal rights, 105% increase in lawsuits of migrant workers supported by procuratorial organ)
Xinhua, March 13, 2019

2019年03月12日

China official says West using Christianity to undermine country
Reuters, March 12, 2019

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Chinese Communist Party going after the military’s Christians
Bitter Winter, March 10, 2019

西藏自治區政府:如要選達賴亦要按宗教儀軌和慣例 (Tibet official at Two Congresses: If a new Dalai Lama is to be selected, approval from Central Government is necessary)
Radio Television Hong Kong, March 12, 2019

蔡英文召开台湾国安会议,提出反制“一国两制”策略台湾 (Tsai Ing-wen calls national security meeting to discuss countering One Country Two Systems)
BBC News, March 12, 2019

中国为什么不彻底放弃对生育的限制?(Why China refuses to give up national family planning)
Financial Times, March 12, 2019

China must punish officials for “cooking the books” to improve data credibility, top lawmaker says
South China Morning Post, March 11, 2019

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中国官方承认GDP数据造假 (China officials admit fabricating GDP data)
Radio Free Asia, March 11, 2019

China trying to influence U.S., Australia: Trump adviser Bolton
SBS News, March 11, 2019

The massage parlor owner peddling access to Trump has ties to Chinese government-linked groups
Mother Jones, March 10, 2019

Italy signs up for belt and road infrastructure summit in China
Reuters, March 9, 2019

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EXCLUSIVE: Leaked memo reveals China’s detailed plans in Italy
Euractiv, March 8, 2019

I’d side with rich China over fickle U.S.: Malaysia’s Mahathir Mohamad
South China Morning Post, March 8, 2019

2019年03月11日

“They took everyone from me”: Anger lingers 60 years after Tibet crackdown
The Guardian, March 10, 2019

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Tibet supporters in India mark 60 years since uprising against Chinese rule
Agence France-Presse, March 10, 2019

60 years of occupation, 60 years of resistance: The anniversary of the 1959 Tibet uprising
International Tibet Network, March 10, 2019

中国“平叛”和达赖喇嘛出走,其中的必然和偶然 (Inevitability and chance: China’s “suppressing rebellion” and the exile of Dalai Lama)
BBC News, March 9, 2019

Beijing “won’t allow Taiwan reunification to be postponed indefinitely”
South China Morning Post, March 10, 2019

When in Rome, do as the Chinese do
Deutsche Welle, March 9, 2019

U.S. envoy for religious freedom slams China during Hong Kong visit
Reuters, March 8, 2019

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U.S. hasn’t ruled out sanctions on China as it pushes “religious freedom agenda” with Beijing, American envoy says
South China Morning Post, March 9, 2019

“Chinese government is at war with faith,” U.S. envoy for religious freedom Sam Brownback tells Hong Kong FCC
South China Morning Post, March 8, 2019

Canadian police probe online abuse of ethnic Tibetan student union president
Radio Free Asia, March 8, 2019

Chinese universities urged to do more to fight sexual harassment in wake of #MeToo cases
South China Morning Post, March 8, 2019

China experiences a fracking boom, and all the problems that go with it
The New York Times, March 8, 2019

Xi Jinping Thought on Diplomacy an epoch-making milestone in China’s diplomatic theory: Foreign Minister
Xinhua, March 8, 2019

2019年03月08日

“I feel lost”: Fired cancer patient exposes plight of Hong Kong’s domestic workers
Hong Kong Free Press, March 8, 2019

理大集會反對校方重罰學生 停學一年前學生會會長:不後悔、不畏懼 (Hong Kong Polytechnic University students protest heavy punishments following “democracy wall” incident, former student union president: No regrets, no fear)
The Stand News, March 7, 2019

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Hundreds protest Hong Kong student's expulsion from university in row over free speech
Reuters, March 7, 2019

【移交逃犯】晤李家超 專業議政:感覺唔到政府有任何讓步 (Legislators meet with Security Bureau chief, says no sign government will make any concessions on extradition laws amendments)
The Stand News, March 7, 2019

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Ex-Hong Kong chief secretary Henry Tang and Exco member Jeffrey Lam join business sector in criticising extradition deal with mainland China
South China Morning Post, March 8, 2019

【逃犯條例】涂謹申:台灣意識「被過橋」 港府拒商討極不禮貌 (Legislator visits Taiwan regarding extradition amendments: Hong Kong government’s refusal to consult Taiwan is impolite and leaves it feeling used)
Inmediahk.net, March 8, 2019

An update to Hong Kong’s extradition law with China could be crippling for human rights – especially for foreigners
Hong Kong Free Press, March 7, 2019

Hong Kong diplomats visit China’s Greater Bay Area as Pearl River Delta seeks new image
South China Morning Post, March 7, 2019

Stranded Saudi sisters fleeing abuse back home allowed to stay in Hong Kong till April 8
Hong Kong Free Press, March 7, 2019

2019年03月05日
2019年03月04日

Murder case poses dilemma for Hong Kong on sending suspects to China
The New York Times, March 4, 2019

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【移交逃犯】台人權組織反對「送中條例」  學者:憂進了香港,回不了台灣 (Taiwan’s human rights organizations protest Hong Kong’s proposed extradition law amendments)
The Stand News, March 4, 2019

專業團體對於特區政府提議修訂移交逃犯安排的聯合聲明 (Professional certification organizations issue joint statement on proposed extradition law amendments)
Inmediahk.net, March 4, 2019

保安局正就修訂《逃犯條例》收集意見 會小心考慮 (Hong Kong Security Bureau begins 20-day consultation on amendments to extradition law)
Radio Television Hong Kong, March 3, 2019

Beijing blasts “distortion and defamation” after U.S. Consul Kurt Tong questions Hong Kong’s autonomy
South China Morning Post, March 2, 2019

Singing the national anthem in Cantonese or remaining silent will not be criminal acts, says Hong Kong gov’t
Hong Kong Free Press, March 2, 2019

Hong Kong Polytechnic University expels student for protest over campus “free speech” wall
Hong Kong Free Press, March 1, 2019

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【理大民主牆風波】19 學生組織指懲罰不合比例 斥校方製造寒蟬效應 (19 student organizations criticize disproportionate punishment, condemn crackdown on freedom of speech on campus)
The Stand News, March 3, 2019

【被勒令退學】鬧副校「舐共狗」 理大碩士生何俊謙:呢個係客觀事實 (Polytechnic University finds masters student guilty of defamation for saying vice chancellor is “worshipper of CPC”)
The Stand News, March 4, 2019

Hong Kong’s student climate change protesters receive green light from police to march in Central
Hong Kong Free Press, March 1, 2019

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