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“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

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