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Hong Kong Outbreak:
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Prepare for more threats like this, warns HKJA head
Hong Kong Journalists Association (HKJA) chairman Chris Yeung on Monday described the police raid on Apple Daily as "horrendous" and called on fellow journalists to prepare for the worst, particularly in light of what he called threats against the protection of their sources. Yeung said many people who have been working in journalism for decades in Hong Kong have never seen anything similar. He told RTHK's Maggie Ho "From day one when the law was passed – followed by the promulgation of, [and] details about the execution – we were already quite worried about the wide and broad powers given to police in the law enforcement on matters they deem as a threat to national security. Unfortunately it didn’t take long for our worries to become a reality, and in an extremely bad case of police operation and raid to a media office," he said. Speaking to reporters outside the newspaper's office: “Today it’s the Next Media, tomorrow it could be any other media organisation,” he told reporters covering the event outside the…
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A 31-yrs-old was charged with obstructing the police and littering.

He participated in a rally, littered cigarette and refused to provide ID proof when being checked by the police on Dec 1, 2019 in Hung Hom.

Judiciary has agreed to drop the first charge of obstruction, the defendant has to sign a probation order of 12 months.
He was penalized $1500 for littering.

Source: @youarenotalonehk_live
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'Outrageous raid marks end of media freedom in HK'
A media academic and a veteran pro-democracy leader condemned the “outrageous” police raid at the Apple Daily, saying it is an act aimed at intimidating the media in Hong Kong. Veteran journalist Keith Richburg, who’s also the director of University of Hong Kong’s Journalism and Media Studies Centre, said the police raid on Apple Daily’s office is outrageous, and said it marks the end of media freedom in the SAR. Richburg added that since the national security law allows closed-door trials, the public may never know why Jimmy Lai and his colleagues are arrested, and why the office search was conducted. He said he’s never seen similar raids carried out even in authoritarian states. The former Washington Post journalist said this should be marked as the day freedom of the press died in Hong Kong. “The police arrested a newspaper publisher and executives … and actually walk in with huge numbers of officers into a news room. I think you can say that is the day press freedom officially died.” "It didn’t die a natural…
Scores of police enter Apple Daily building
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Scores of police enter Apple Daily building
Scores of police entered the Apple Daily building in what seems to be a raid on the pro-opposition newspaper, following the arrest of its founder Jimmy Lai under the national security law. Television footage showed dozens of police officers entering the building at Tseung Kwan O. Steve Li, a senior superintendent of the police’s national security department, was also at the scene. In a tweet, a colleague of Lai’s said police were executing a search warrant and had entered the news room located on the second floor of the building. Staff of the daily say they have been sent messages not to go to the office and to turn back if they are on their way. The footage that was being beamed from inside the newsroom showed policemen going through some documents on desks. A staff member then urged them to stop, saying it was unclear what the warrant is about, but the officers were seen directing them to speak to their superior, as they were only executing an order. Earlier in the day Lai was taken away from his home in Ho…
Jimmy Lai arrested for 'collusion', aide says
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Elderly home to be evacuated over Covid outbreak
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Elderly home to be evacuated over Covid outbreak
Health officials say more than 40 residents and staff of the Sage Kai Yip Home for the Elderly at Kowloon Bay will have to be quarantined, after two more people there came down with Covid-19, with another testing preliminary positive. The Centre for Health Protection’s Chuang Shuk-kwan said she was worried about the possibility of a large-scale outbreak at the home, and said arrangements would be made to evacuate the facility as soon as possible. Her comments came as Hong Kong reported 72 new Covid-19 infections on Sunday, including nine linked to overseas travel. Thirty-nine of the local patients were linked to previous cases, including clusters at the Star Global sales company and the Kwai Chung container terminal. The source of infection for 24 other people was unknown. One case involves an Indonesian domestic helper, who had stayed at the premises of a Tsuen Wan employment agency with four others last month. However, the four had tested negative for the virus. Meanwhile, the Hospital Authority also expressed…
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Ryan Lau’s book on the 7.21 Yuen Long Attack - preventing distortion of history

Ryan Lau, a journalist who previously worked for TVB, gives his own personal account of the 7.21 Yuen Long attack in his new book. In doing so, he hopes this story will not be distorted in the history books. In this Ming Pao interview, he talked about the details of being attacked by gang members that night and presented his own analysis of the incident.

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Hong Kong Outbreak:
72 new cases.
63 locally infected.
24 cases without ties with previous cases.

52 death cases.
Concerns raised over self-swab method of mass tests
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Concerns raised over self-swab method of mass tests
An infectious disease adviser to the government has raised concerns about the accuracy of a new specimen collection method being implemented as the authorities expanded Covid-19 screening to more public housing estates. On Thursday, the Home Affairs Department (HAD) announced it would extend its Covid-19 testing to include public estates in Wong Tai Sin, Kwun Tong and Tuen Mun, as well as two private buildings with confirmed cases in Yau Tsim Mong. But instead of a deep-throat saliva test, people will have to present a throat-swab they take themselves. Speaking on Commercial Radio, Professor David Hui from the Chinese University said the switch from deep-throat saliva was probably because the government wanted to make things easier for the external testing team. He said if the collection methods were done properly, the accuracy and value of both deep-throat saliva and throat-swab are similar. But Wong Lei-po from the Hong Kong Molecular Pathology Diagnostic Centre was more sceptical. Wong told an RTHK radio programme…
Councillors fined over Sai Ying Pun centre entry bid
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Councillors fined over Sai Ying Pun centre entry bid
At least five Central and Western District councillors were fined for violating group gathering restrictions after trying to enter a sports centre in San Ying Pun to verify whether it will become a Covid-19 testing facility. The councillors – Ted Hui, Sam Yip, Jordan Pang, Fergus Leung, and Napo Wong – were at the Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park on Friday morning following reports that a truck carrying test kits from the mainland was seen entering the sports centre late on Thursday night. The five tried to enter the building but they were blocked by about 50 police officers at the entrance. Yip held up a sign that read "Central and Western District Council's fifth special meeting". When officers told the group they couldn't hold a meeting there, the councillors responded that regulations didn't specify any restrictions on where council meetings could be held. They were then issued tickets fining them for violating a ban on gatherings of no more than two people under anti-epidemic measures introduced to stem the spread…
Pompeo says US will not stand by while HK suffers
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Pompeo says US will not stand by while HK suffers
The US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said the US will not stand by while the people of Hong Kong suffer, what he called, "brutal oppression at the hands of the Chinese Communist Party or its enablers." He made the the comment in a tweet after the US imposed sanctions on the Chief Executive Carrie Lam and 10 other top Hong Kong and mainland officials. The move freezes their assets and prohibits them from carrying out any kind of business in the country, in response to Beijing's imposition of the national security law in the SAR. As well as Carrie Lam, the others hit with sanctions include Police Commissioner Chris Tang, his predecessor Stephen Lo, Justice Secretary Teresa Cheng and Security Secretary John Lee. Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office director Xia Baolong, and his deputies Zhang Xiaoming and Luo Huining are named, along with the director of the new Office for Safeguarding National Security, Zheng Yanxiong, Eric Chan – the secretary general of the Committee for Safeguarding National Security – and…
I will cancel my US visa: Carrie Lam
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I will cancel my US visa: Carrie Lam
The Chief Executive, Carrie Lam, says on her Facebook page that the US sanctions imposed on herself and ten other officials are “so carelessly executed” that even her address stated in the announcement was wrong. Her comments were posted soon after Facebook said it would bar those on the sanction list from using paid advertising tools from now on. In her social media post published on Saturday afternoon, Lam also said that her US visitor visa is due to expire in 2026. “Since I personally do not look forward to visiting this country, it looks like I can take the initiative to cancel it,” she said in the post, which comes with a photo of her smiling – apparently taken near the Capitol Hill. Lam said her address announced along with the sanctions was the Victoria House – which was her residence during her time as the SAR’s Chief Secretary. “Doesn’t the responsible US official even know the Chief Executive lives in the Government House on Upper Albert Road?” she wrote. Some officials, including herself, had their…