🌊 Visiting 'Long Hair' in jail
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HK residents in the mainland will be allowed to come back to the city without quarantining as of Thursday. The Return2HK Scheme has up until now only allowed residents in Guangdong and Macau to return.
Civil Human Rights Front has been given a week to provide documents or it will be subjected to investigation. Police have ordered the protest organiser to send in information (paywalled) such as its funding sources, expenses, bank accounts, and the reason it has not registered with the government.
Former chief justice Geoffrey Ma has been appointed as an honorary law professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Ma will be advising the law faculty on its legal education program.
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This short video follows Chan Po-ying, a pro-democracy activist, as she visits her husband ‘Long Hair’ Leung in jail after he was charged under the national security law.
“Each visit takes over three hours, counting the commute and the waiting time. Sometimes, I even have to wait for three hours inside the centre. But I can only see him for 15 minutes each time, so it’s always too short, everything is in a rush.”
An educational programme by an HK professor helps children with autism develop their social skills through the use of robots and roleplay.
A scholarship from the Urban Forestry Support Fund’s Study Sponsorship Scheme could cover a student’s total tuition fee (up to $50,000) for each academic year.
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Here’s a video of a man singing ABBA in a river, who flew to Japan after he found out his girlfriend was cheating on him.