Sexual minority groups representing intersex and bisexual rights felt excluded from Hong Kong’s Pride Parade not just this year, but since the advent of the LGBT movement 10 years ago.
Hundreds of protesters gathered on Monday at a crowded commercial street in Hong Kong for a pro-democracy rally that drew pro-Beijing counter-protesters while dozens of police formed a line to keep the two sides apart.
Patrick Poon, a China Researcher from Hong Kong’s chapter of Amnesty International shared his insights with The Pandora Times and the organization’s global call for action to protect fundamental rights of an indigenous group, Uyghurs (or Uighurs).
FATIMA QURESHI is a freelance journalist and recent graduate from the BA program in English and American Studies at the University of Hong Kong. She is a contributor at a few online-variety publications in the UK, gal-dem.com, Media Diversified and for a nonprofit refugee rights group, Table of Two Cities. Fatima currently serves as a Communications Coordinator at Justice Centre Hong Kong, a key legal service provider protecting and representing forced migrants’ rights for 11 years.
From 2017-18, Fatima was the Vice President of her university’s WorldMUN project for external outreach with major social activists and reformers in Hong Kong. She is currently leading an independent academic project to develop a holistic picture of the political and geographical origin of the Indians, Pakistanis, Bangladeshis, and Nepalis in Hong Kong by curating a multimodal research project of the history of the 1947 partition of India.
The month of September 2018 will be remembered by people in the Asia-Pacific as a cautionary tale to protect the earth. While the category 5 storm Mangkhut, the most powerful recorded in modern history battered the Philippines, Hong Kong and large parts of...
The effects of China’s colonial occupation of East Turkestan Autonomous Region as a result of the Cultural Revolution in 1949, ethnic minority groups particularly Uighur Muslims have witnessed an uptick in oppression and no freedom to practice their culture and religion.
President Trump orders to redirect earmarked aid from East Jerusalem Hospital Network to other regions, according to the State Department official.