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7/10/2020 Alerts

The Macau government announced that it will end a special ferry service between the Taipa Ferry Terminal and Hong Kong International Airport on July 16.  If you wish to return to the United States, you should make arran...

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7/7/2020 OSAC Analysis

On June 30, China passed a National Security Law for Hong Kong, which restricts the territory’s autonomy, curtails citizens' rights, and makes it easier to arrest protesters. Critics of the new law say it signals the "en...


Google, Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp announced they have stopped processing requests from Hong Kong authorities for user data in the wake of a sweeping new national security law Beijing imposed last week on the city.


Press freedom in the city has dropped to a record low, according to a survey by the Hong Kong Journalists Association, while its chairman raised fears the newly enacted national security law could further restrict the me...


Hong Kong was facing up to a new reality on Wednesday, after China's central government imposed a sweeping national security law late the night before that critics say has stripped the city of its autonomy and precious c...


Japan's top government spokesman said on Tuesday China's move to pass national security legislation for Hong Kong, if confirmed, was "regrettable" and undermined credibility in the 'one country, two systems' formula of g...


China is targeting more US media outlets amid the ongoing tensions between the two countries following the introduction of a Hong Kong national security law.

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6/30/2020 Alerts

On Wednesday, July 1, media report potential protests near the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre in Wan Chai.  Protests at other times and locations may also occur.  Media report that riot police officer...


As the law was signed by President Xi Jinping little more than six weeks after it was first unveiled, Beijing described it as a "sword" hanging over the heads of those who endanger national security.


China said Monday that it would retaliate against U.S. moves to punish officials tied to political crackdowns in Hong Kong by imposing visa restrictions on Americans it considers to have “performed badly” on matters rega...

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