🌊 State Theatre's curtain call
2.4.21 | Why will this local chain stop selling fish?
I will be taking a break from writing High Tide on Easter Monday – my first day off while working at HT since August 2019! What will I do with all that time to rest, I wonder… I’ll see you all again on Tuesday!
BioNTech vaccinations will resume on Monday (5 April). A new batch of doses is expected to arrive on Saturday, and those who missed their second dose appointments will receive a new booking next week.
Two flights have been scheduled to bring back HK residents who have been stuck in the UK for months. The flights will depart from London on 21 and 28 April at 9:10 AM.
Seven pro-democracy figures, including Jimmy Lai and Martin Lee, were found guilty for organising and participating in an unauthorised assembly in 2019. The protest in question took place
on August 2019 at Victoria Park.
The US released the 2021 Hong Kong Policy Act Report.
“I have certified...that HK does not warrant differential treatment under U.S. law in the same manner as U.S. laws were applied to HK before July 1, 1997.”
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This 30-minute tour allows visitors to catch a show at the State Theatre in North Point before it closes for renovations projected to take five years. Tours will run from 10 AM to 8 PM every day for the duration of the month. Book your slot by e-mailing email@example.com to inquire with the first 4 digits of your HKID no., excluding letters.
Slowood, HK’s zero-waste shops, has been inspired to stop selling fish after viewing Netflix’s documentary Seaspiracy, a film that clearly missed out on the opportunity to call itself Conspirasea.
The CATO Institute explains why they’re keeping Hong Kong on the Human Freedom Index, which it co-publishes with the Fraser Institute.
“We believe that the territory’s trajectory, from a former British colony to a special administrative region of China, is a unique case study worthy of continued attention and documentation within our index, especially as the Chinese Communist Party sustains its attacks on a broad array of Hong Kong’s freedoms.“
Ian Vásquez, vice president for international studies at the Cato Institute and director of its Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity.