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Hong Kong protests: teachers who criticised government on social media say they are living in fear
South China Morning Post, February 10, 2020

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教師 FB 評政府遭截圖「篤灰」 校方判無專業失德 教育局拒接納 裁定投訴成立 (Teacher who questioned government's handling of protest on Facebook sanctioned by Education Bureau, even though school ruled there was no misconduct)
Stand News, February 10, 2020

報道指江永祥郭嘉銓酒家設宴 14K 成員同場 警方:報道失實 無與鄰房顧客溝通 (Prominent senior police officers caught dining in the same restaurant as triad elders, claim "no communication with guests in the next room")
Stand News, February 9, 2020

將軍澳行動警拘 119 人 最細僅 13 歲 兩記者被指盜竊、阻差辦公 (119 arrested, including 2 journalists, in Tseung Kwan O on 3-month anniversary of Chow Tsz-lok's death)
Stand News, February 9, 2020

Coronavirus: Hongkongers in outbreak epicentre running low on medicine, masks and food, but government has no plans for flights out while lockdown continues
South China Morning Post, February 10, 2020

Coronavirus: the frontline workers left to keep Hong Kong safe without adequate protection against deadly infection
South China Morning Post, February 10, 2020

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港鐵新工會向公司要求安全保障不果 通過表決擬進行工業行動 (MTR workers' union passes motion to consider strike after corporation fails to promise better protection for workers against coronavirus)
Inmediahk.net, February 9, 2020

港龍工會通過隨時發起工業行動 要求國泰全停內地航班 (Cathay Dragon to pass motion to start labor action pressing parent company, Cathay Pacific, to fully suspend mainland flights)
Radio Television Hong Kong, February 8, 2020

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