Stories By Roland Lim
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Chief Secretary Carrie Lam on Tuesday (Nov 11) threw cold water on further talks and warned holdouts they could face arrest.
210 Nov 2014 Mon
The foundation boasts nearly 90 advisers including former Financial Secretary Anthony Leung and Alibaba founder Jack Ma.
305 Nov 2014 Wed
Nearly 100 mainland Chinese were detained over the past month for supporting Hong Kong's Occupy movement.
404 Nov 2014 Tue
Zhou Fengsuo, who was in the Chinese Communist Party's top five most-wanted student demonstrators after helping to organise the Tiananmen protests in 1989, said on Tuesday (Nov 4) he was "moved" and "inspired" by Hong Kong's Occupy movement.
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Hong Kong is facing a political impasse with no resolution in sight amid the continued standoff between pro-democracy protesters and the government.
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Protest leaders suspended a straw poll on Hong Kong government proposals on Sunday (Oct 26), hours before it was to start.
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Former Hong Kong leader Tung Chee-hwa on Friday (Oct 24) urged pro-democracy protesters to leave the streets, saying "one month (of protest rallies) is a long time already, and the consequence of prolonging this is very, very serious."
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But once again, Mr Leung Chun-ying rejected the students' demands for public nomination of candidates for 2017 chief executive election.
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Pressure is building against the Occupy movement that has paralysed parts of Hong Kong after a pro-establishment group threatened to surround the Occupy protesters, and a transport union warned that it would send trucks to remove the barricades.
1010 Oct 2014 Fri
Joshua Wong is the poster child for the Occupy movement in Hong Kong that drew tens of thousands protesting for free elections. Channel NewsAsia's Hong Kong bureau chief Roland Lim caught up with the teenager who turns 18 this month.