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It's the end of Hong Kong as we've known it

Correspondents Report

04:09 min | Last month

It's the end of Hong Kong as we've known it

"As the end of two thousand twenty approaches so it seems to hopes for freedom in hong kong the arrest in recent days of eight more. Prominent opponents of the beijing backed government of hong kong follows the jialing of other pro-democracy activists including joshua wong and agnes chow as well as media. Tycoon jimmy lai. Who's been accused. Under the national security law of colluding with foreign forces. many others have fled hong kong. The pro-beijing government is also planning new regulations to combat online and the other misinformation and activity which might take a different resonance when promulgated by the pro beijing government and it may say journalists and activists have their free speech curtailed even further after the year of protests in twenty nine hundred and twenty twenty has been a year of lockdown for both political and purposes. So is the hongkong that we've known finished tom. Grundy is the editor in chief and co founder of hong kong. Free press an independent not for profit. English language news outlet established in two thousand fifteen and funded by its readers in a recent tweet. Tom said in light of hong kong's national security little we have opted to keep calm and carry on hope for the best and prepare for the worst. Tom grandy welcome to sunday. Extra exciting me. Thanks for being here. I gather there is a clock in the home kong. Free press office that he's counting down. What is that clocking. what does it show at. The moment was counting down to twenty four seven which the year the autonomy. it's guaranteed to overtake was cops meant to expires. The city was then blended into the mainland. But i've been joking. How resetting the clock to about five months ago because for many people because when the integration sugary began with the dawn of this national security law and since then we've seen a full throated crackdown on civil liberties in the city all under the cover of cove it. Dozens of leading activists arrested in. Don't rates you mentioned a couple and that newsroom braided slash pro democracy newspaper. Jimmy lights proprietor behind bars at the moment. If saint democracy books pulse from library shelves slogan banned protest song bandon. Schools are colds a patriotic education and People have been arrested in recent months simply over facebook posts or placards or also closed seditious words and in one instance somewhat linked to australia right and a straighten judge resigned citing security bowl which as many feared it seems to be used in a very broad and tacona way absolutely tom. What does it mean for you in practice as the founder editor and chief of hong kong free press. How much have you had to change what you do since the new national security look i mean well. I said that the security is designed to make people notice the media self-censor to obey in advance. If you will in tom we cannot get straight answers to questions such as can we print the span. Slogan liberate hong kong. Can we film someone walking the national anthem or burning a flag or interview pro-independence at the on local outlets has deleted the exile example That's the idea. They want us to over. Correct to tiptoe around lake right lines goal posts in a way that they do in the mainland. I suppose self-censorship being much more powerful than tempted shit. But we're a small nimble team so we scrambled to react. We saw big little expensive life sending a backup entities training the team on what to do in rates moving quick vices of course and and some more conan's like literally changing our desktop confused desk

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Hong Kong jails 3 prominent young pro-democracy activists

The World and Everything In It

01:04 min | Last month

Hong Kong jails 3 prominent young pro-democracy activists

"In hong kong. The government's now under the thumb of beijing is locking up pro democracy activists for speaking out. That as china continues. Its crackdown on liberties in what used to be a semi independent territory. World's kristen flavin has more activist joshua wong. We'll spend the next thirteen months in a prison cell after protesting police brutality. Last year outside a police station the government also sentenced activist ivan. Lamb to seven months behind bars and another agnes chow received a ten month sentence. Authorities arrested the three activists last month. A magistrate said the trio called on protesters to besiege the police headquarters and undermined law enforcement during the rally which drew thousands of people the activists to the defunct demo sisto political party and helped to draw global economy to hong kong's crackdown on dissent. Hong kong officials have arrested at least thirty one people under china's new so-called national security law which beijing imposed on the territory in june

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Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong is jailed

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:18 sec | Last month

Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong is jailed

"Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong Desert supporters to hang on his words as he was sentenced to 13 months in jail also sentenced Agnes Chow to 10 months and the Ivan Lamb to seven months after sentencing, lamb shouted, never regretted. Stems from a small demonstration outside police headquarters last year.

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"joshua wong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:22 min | Last month

"joshua wong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It Next is called global News at you. As you very well know being there, Paul. This has been a rocky week, Mr Morrison today, eyes saying there's always rhetoric between the two nations. But My position in my government's position is to seek constructive engagement. The relationship with China is a mutually beneficial one. It supports both their countries. It's good for both of our countries. And it's good for the interests of both countries. I think the constructively engage And Australia has been very clear. We've been very consistent with sort to be very respectful. We will continue to do that, and we will seek opportunities for constructive engagement. Now this comes as treasurer, Judge Fried Enberg tell Sky TV that Australia will not give any ground. On the 14 Chinese grievances, saying that maybe sometime before international borders are open as well. The prime minister also said his preparations are underway for the rollout of the covert vaccine National Registry will be capped to ensure fairness in the process. Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong is urged supporters to hang on as he was sentenced to 13 months in jail. Also sentenced to Agnes Chow to 10 months. Ivan Lamb to seven months after sentencing, Lampe shouted, Never regretted Now. This stems from all the small demonstration outside police headquarters last year. With House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, a U. S and the Senate majority leader, Minority Leader. Excuse me, Chuck Schumer throwing their support behind using a $908 billion bipartisan stimulus proposal as the foundation for a new round of negotiations with Republicans in the White House and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell seems to be channeling the president, with the process going on for several conversations with Secretary of the Treasury and the White House chief of staff I put forward yesterday another proposal. Reflecting what the president Is ready to sign into law. Meanwhile, Pelosi McConnell of moving to bring the defense spending bill for a vote in both chambers. This is likely to test the trump threat to veto neither includes the tech liability shield section 2 30 removal that Mr Trump is demanding. UK says it's not distributing Covert 19 vaccine Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the UK was the first country in the world to pre order supplies of this fires A vaccine Securing 40 million doses. They're CDC has shortened contact Quarantine Doctor Henry Walkie, CDC covert incident manager under these options quarantine can end after 10 days. Without a covert 19 tests. If the reports if the person has reported no symptoms, or after seven days with a negative test result is the person has reported no symptoms, and CDC Director Robert Redfield says the next three months will be the most difficult time in the public health history of the country. California set another case number record over 20,000 day today. Intensive care bed used to the governor says may become overrun by the end of the month. Italy is set to tighten restrictions during the holiday season, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel is extended the nation's partial lockdown for three more weeks. In San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Rightful alright, Thanks said. Well, it's a big day at the Champions League. Tell you what's been.

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Joshua Wong, Agnes Chow and Ivan Lam Are Sentenced in Hong Kong

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:18 sec | Last month

Joshua Wong, Agnes Chow and Ivan Lam Are Sentenced in Hong Kong

"Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong is urged supporters to hang on as he was sentenced to 13 months in jail. Also sentenced to Agnes Chow to 10 months. Ivan Lamb to seven months after sentencing, Lampe shouted, Never regretted Now. This stems from all the small demonstration outside police headquarters last

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Hong Kong jails 3 prominent young pro-democracy activists

America's First News

00:38 sec | Last month

Hong Kong jails 3 prominent young pro-democracy activists

"Hong Kong pro democracy activists have been sentenced to jail for a protest outside police headquarters. This is authorities stepped up a crackdown on opposition to tighten Beijing's control over the territory. The popular activists very well known Joshua Wong, Agnes Chow and Even lamb are among more than 10,000, who have been arrested since June of 2019 on charges related to protest against proposed extradition laws that expanded to include demands for greater democracy. Beijing, responding to those protests by imposing a sweeping national security law to crackdown on dissent, which prompted more public opposition. Meanwhile,

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Hong Kong activists Joshua Wong, Agnes Chow jailed

BBC World Service

01:02 min | Last month

Hong Kong activists Joshua Wong, Agnes Chow jailed

"In Hong Kong have been jailed for participating in a pro democracy protests last year. There was not authorized by the police, Joshua Wong will serve more than 13 months in prison. Agnes, Child, 10 Months and Ivan Lamb, seven months. All three pleaded guilty last week, two charges related to a siege of the police headquarters. Approachable because the activist Nathan Law, who fled Hong Kong said the sentence was ridiculous and disproportionate. This is actually a bit more serious than we had expected. They have click UT That would be a major factors of Ah, deducting the sentence. They're not involved in their expections of violence. So I guess on the the circumstance that still being sentenced for more than a year, especially for Joshua. It is still quiet of the sentence for lots of people. The charges were launched before China imposed his national security law in Hong Kong, under which the activist could have been jailed for life. The U. N

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"joshua wong" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:02 min | Last month

"joshua wong" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"To drive drop. I have a constitutional right to not wear a seat belt or to yell fire in a crowded movie theater or to not follow the speed limit. It's you know, we're talking about a quarter of a million people dying already. You know more than you know, the Korean War. Gulf War in Vietnam War added together which part? Don't you understand? You wear the mask. It's there's no kind Institutional, right. Walk around without a mask. This is we did it in 1918. I don't know why we can't do it now. He has followed up by saying that Maryland State police is deploying high visibility compliance units across the state with a focus on bars, restaurants and venues to ensure compliance with state regulations. That sound like a free society to you. They're going to watch your movements and make sure you're not gathering. Does that sound like a free society to you? This is why Joshua Wong must speak my speaking Indiana University. Pro democracy activist. The Nobel Prize nominee. Who was invited to speak and I you and as the reporting goes students and I, you specifically Chinese students from China. Very upset. This is an attack on Chinese people. And this is, uh wrong and you're being a rude and mean and divisive. Free speech is everything. I can appreciate it that students from China might not understand it, but they're not in charge of anything. Them being offended means nothing. Maurer than ever. We need to get into ideas of freedom and liberty. We need to be celebrating these things. And if I you isn't going to be a place that celebrates free speech, then watch the value there. This is something President Mugrabi better get on before he goes and that right quick, But he didn't go already. Did he? I don't think so. Mayor de Blasio is wrong. Governor Hogan is out of his head. And I'm still willing to put up $500 to ensure that Joshua Wong kam speak and I will moderate the conversation for free. That's how important it is. That bear has traffic reverie. Open it in or split is westbound 70 South bound 65 70. We're good to go there. Westbound is $70 on the East side. Still, we're looking around shape with Avenue vehicle went off the road. And they're trying to tell him out right now. Record is blocking the right lane. So watch out for that again. Westbound 70 aftershave on there in Arlington Avenue Traffic, sponsored by Sullivan Hardware and guarded the Sleeping says starts Friday Today. Emma Sullivan Hardware in Garden and Alison Bill Home and Garden by Sullivan. I met Bear with traffic on the fives. Follow us on Twitter and Double united. Concordia Dental. We bring a personal approach to our said VIP dental plans. That's why comprehensive dental coverage starts with you with me..

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"joshua wong" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:53 min | Last month

"joshua wong" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The history our with me, Max Pearson, the past brought to life by those who were there this week Cinema. Bandaranaike of the world's first woman Prime minister or My mother was a remarkable person. He was a telly unruffled her party people with calorie ruffled and they were embarrassed as men, she said over worry about it Also 1977 and the Egyptian President Anwar Sadat decision Visit Jerusalem His foreign minister resigned. The whole world was shocked, but said that himself, he believed that he will have the chance to meet the Israeli people and looked into the eye. Plus a 19 seventies book that shifted global attitudes towards women's health. Victim of Somali piracy and Jewish refugees from Nazi oppression arrived in the US There was a huge moon and I thought, my God is the moon different. In the United States that in Europe, That's after a bulletin off today's World News. Hello. I'm Erin Saphir with the BBC News. The drug's manufacturer. AstraZeneca, in collaboration with Oxford University has announced that a large scale trial of their Corona virus vaccine has shown it to be 70% effective with a single dose. But results from a control group showed its effectiveness rose to 90% in those who received a half those followed by a full dose. Our medical editor, Fergus Walsh, reports. These are impressive results, especially when you consider that this vaccine was created from scratch within weeks by a small university team at the General Institute in Oxford, who only later partnered with the pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca to manufacture the jab. It scale But coming after Fizer and Moderna Revealed covert vaccines that are 95% effective. Some will inevitably regard them as a bit disappointing. The also vaccine is far cheaper, easier to store and transport than Fizer and Madonna's jabs, which will make it crucial for countries without developed health systems. Three prominent activists in Hong Kong, Joshua Wong, Agnes Chow and Ivan Lam have been remanded in custody after pleading guilty to encouraging a siege of police headquarters last year. They face up to three years in jail. The charges were lodged before China imposed a tough national security law under which suspects face life imprisonment. Is Danny Vincent in Hong Kong this morning, when the three activists arrived at court, they remained defiant. In some ways, you could say this might have bean somewhat of a strategic move to plead guilty. They're going to now be in custody. But we do know is that over the last few months since the National Security law was introduced, Joshua one was considered by some quarters, perhaps the number one target of this law. He's continued to be out spoken. Houthi rebels in Yemen's say they have fired a rocket that it's an oil facility in the Saudi city of Jeddah. They've advantaged reports. The reported attack on the Saudi oil installation comes several days after Trump administration officials said the U. S. Was considering designating the Houthi militia as a terrorist group. On Friday, The United Nations warned that any such development risk sending peace efforts in Yemen just as the country faces what could become the world's worst famine in decades. Houthi rebels have targeted Saudi Arabia in the past, with missiles and drones with Saudi military intercepting most of them favorite Bamford. Ministers from around 70 countries and representatives off aid agencies are attending a donor conference on Afghanistan, where they will decide on how much assistance to offer the country over the coming years. Pledges of nearly $4 billion a year were made at a previous such conference four years ago, but there are now concerns about systemic corruption and inefficiency in the country. World news from the BBC Person Supreme Court will today here on appeal by the government against the possible return to the U. K of a woman who, when she was 15 went to join the Islamic state Group in Syria should mean the Begum was stripped of her British nationality last year. In July, the Court of Appeals ruled that she should be allowed back into the country to fight to have her citizenship returns. Authorities in Colombia say at least 12 people have been killed in two separate attacks that are probably linked to drug trafficking. The most serious incidents happens at a coffee plantation in Antioch. Yah. Witnesses say Armed men shot randomly at a group of workers who arresting at the time killing eight people. Lawyer who was described by President Trump last week as being part of a truly great team. Exposing alleged election fraud appears to have been sacked The Trump campaign said Sidney Powell was not a member of its legal team. 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Democracy Activists in Hong Kong Charged With Illegal Assembly.

BBC World Service

02:21 min | Last month

Democracy Activists in Hong Kong Charged With Illegal Assembly.

"Start in Hong Kong, then where some of the territory's most well known democracy activists, including Joshua, One, have been remanded in custody after pleading guilty to being involved in last year's anti government protests. They now face the possibility of years in prison. Hong Kong was convulsed by months of huge and often violent. Democracy rallies last year in which millions took to the streets. Beijing and local authorities have refused demands for free elections and have responded with a growing crackdown against democracy supporters that speak to our correspondent. In Hong Kong, Donnie Vincent Danny, this case was heard this morning and we now know that the just real long and others have been remanded and tell us what what happened in court. That's right. This morning, The three young activists arrived at court, and they were surrounded by lots of journalists. Because the night before on Joshua Wong, the perhaps the most prominent activist in in Hong Kong, perhaps the most visible face of this movement he posted last night on Facebook that he was planning to plead guilty. And he wouldn't be surprised if he was indeed found himself in custody after the hearing, and that's of course what happened. The three activists are accused of inciting unlawful assembly, organizing unlawful assembly and tending illegal assembly on unlawful assembly. That means they could possibly face five years in prison. We now know they're in custody, Which is what the three expected today on do now. So sentencing will be next week s O. The significance of this is it's seen as yet again. Another example of the ongoing crackdown against activists and people. They're out spoken here in the city. Over the last few weeks, we've seen a destroy NT three arrests. We've seen journalists, activists and lawmakers or arrested under various charges, and now it feels like the pro democracy movement certainly feel that they are under attack somewhere under attack, they would say, because of the new national security law. Some say the new national security law is simply enough to silence people to stop people going out onto the streets. But we do know is since that law was introduced The city has changed significantly

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"joshua wong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:54 min | Last month

"joshua wong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Maybe more important than ever these days has lines of people picking up meals grow longer across the country. You're the voices of people picking up food at a local food charity site. I'm never there think that whatever happened I didn't ever think it would be this whole it we don't have enough to eat. We don't have money to pay our rent. We will make sure that they have had their portion and maybe another portion before we would eat. And me and Dad have kind of gotten to the point of now that we only eat maybe once a day. Hong Kong activists Joshua Wong and former demo System Party members Agnes Chow and Ivan Lamb plan to plead guilty to all charges related to a siege of police headquarters in June last year. Immediate detainment could follow. According to Wong, the pro democracy campaigner has faced a slew of charges related to the many months of protests before China enacted controversial national security legislation at the end of June. Global News 24 hours a day on Erin on quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries. Mark Mills. This is Bloomberg. Brian. All right. Very good. Thank you. Mark. Let's get this sports down. Schwartzman is here. Liverpool making club history. Dan Yeah, Brian. They extend their club record streak to 64 straight matches that a lawsuit and feel is a Redd's knockoff. Leicester City three No on an own goal, as well as scores from Georgia and for me no elsewhere Arsenal. Leeds United played a scoreless draw while everything gets past Fulham 3 to 2. Looking in Italy's lots on the Ibrahimovic scores a bracelet A C. Milan to 3 to 1 win over Napoli into Milan gets a brace from Rama Lulu Cochran afforded to win over Torino, while Roma shuts out Parma three nil Daniel Medvedev making history, becoming the first to knock off the top three seeds to win the 80 P Masters as a force, he beats third seeded Dominic team and three sets in London. Medvedev had already defeated top seeded Novak Djokovic and to see drafting a doubt in the season ending round robin tournament. Big week. 11 Sunday of the NFL season currently in Los Angeles eight minutes.

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Hong Kong activist Wong arrested over unauthorized assembly

Morning Edition

00:54 sec | 4 months ago

Hong Kong activist Wong arrested over unauthorized assembly

"Hong Kong activist Joshua Wang has been arrested and charged with participating in an unauthorized protest last October. NPR's Emily Fang reports. This is one of several waves of arrests that are linked to last year's anti government protests as China exerts more control over the region. Fellow political activists said Joshua Wong had been arrested after reporting himself to a Hong Kong police station in the company of his lawyer's He's being charged with attending a protest not authorized by the police. Ring, which protesters including long warrant masks to disguise their faces. A few days earlier, Hong Kong chief executive carry Liam had invoked emergency powers to ban these types of face coverings, which were common during widespread demonstrations last year. One was arrested last August, along with six fellow activists and pro democracy leaders, head of another unauthorized protest. Emily Fang. NPR NEWS

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Pro-democracy activists are again calling on people to boycott 'Mulan'

PRI's The World

02:03 min | 4 months ago

Pro-democracy activists are again calling on people to boycott 'Mulan'

"Kids or parents you'll remember Disney's Mulan the animated film from Nineteen Ninety Eight is based on Chinese legend. It's about a young woman who disguises herself as a male soldier to fight invaders from the north. So her father doesn't have to hear she is absolutely dominating in the film's final fight scene. Well there's a new Milan in town today Disney release it's it's live action Moulana on the Disney plus streaming service. Royal. True. She's my. Family. But this time there are calls for a boycott I urge everyone who believes in human rights to Hashtag Boycott Milan those words from prominent Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong on twitter Wong was heavily involved in protests last year against a law that would allow extradition from Hong Kong to mainland. China the protests grew into a movement demanding democratic reforms, autonomy and investigations into police brutality against protestors last August when clashes between. Pro Democracy demonstrators and police were at their most intense the actress who plays Mulan, the FA shared these words on our social media. I support the Hong, Kong Police. You can all attack me now what a shame for Hong Kong her words drew swift condemnation from around the world and they haven't stopped today one twitter user shared a photo of the original cartoon Mulan with the caption. My Milan doesn't support police brutality. Other boycotters have called Agnes Chow a young pro-democracy activists in Hong Kong. The Real Milan and the old animated version of the film lawns family begs her to restore their honest. But if this new Mulan one twitter user says, you say you won't bring honor to us all.

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Hong Kong postpones elections for a year 'over virus concerns'

PBS NewsHour

00:49 sec | 6 months ago

Hong Kong postpones elections for a year 'over virus concerns'

"Legislative elections by a year, citing the pandemics ongoing resurgence. It was a setback for pro democracy forces who hoped for an overwhelming win at the polls. Activist Joshua Wong said it's all part of a campaign, including barring him and others from running for the city legislature has multiple To prevent the opposition block from taking the majority in Hong Kong legislator Our voice is clear aloud to the world by our boat was dead to defend our freedom and write that stipulated in the joint declaration and the Basic Law. The election. Eli comes as mainland China is moving to curb descent and Hong Kong under a new national security law Back in this country. A

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Hong Kong marks handover anniversary under shadow of security law

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:58 min | 7 months ago

Hong Kong marks handover anniversary under shadow of security law

"Could Beijing finally getting it away and silencing Hong Kong's democracy protests once and for all the Chinese President Xi Jinping has signed off strict security laws, which critics say will place the likes of the right of free speech and an independent judiciary at risk. The law has already had an effect one of the leading voices in the pro democracy. Movement Joshua Wong said he's left. One protest group what I'm joined by Monocle Asia editor and Hong Kong Bureau Chief James Chambers by Isabel Hilton. The editor of China Dialogue Welcome both backed Monaco for twenty four at James, let's begin with you. You are in Hong. Kong whether has been A marking of the twenty three years since British rule ended. What's the atmosphere like today? Yes, what was meant to be called establishment day a day of celebration for Hong Kong returned back to mainland, but for a lot of people here it's a solemn day to protest against. Beijing and usually there's a big march that takes place around three PM Hong Kong time in about an hour and leave from Victoria in Causeway Bay and on March to the government headquarters that hasn't been given permission to go ahead to see the police because of the COVID, nineteen restrictions but there are people starting to gather in Causeway Bay. and the police have already made their first arrest under this new national security bill. On the question, we're all asking waiting to see how this bill would be enforced. And I guess the the worrying onset is. Enforced very harshly. The first arrest was a guy who's who had a flag that just said Hong Kong independence on it. So there's no doubt that the police are going to use their full powers under under this bill to dampen down any goals. For Hong Kong independence, and it's going to have a massive impact on the ability of of activists and pro democracy protests in Hong Kong. To to to operate as they have done. For the last twenty three years. Where unlikely to see a big march this year like we did in years before because the police on hand, the right police are on the ground and are very quick to to arrest people. Isabel. It's not long since we were all given the details of what's in this bill. Could you just summarize it for us? Please well indeed. I think almost nobody outside the National People's. Congress was given the details until after the bill was rushed through a rigorous fifteen minute session. it criminalizes any act of secessions, version, terrorism, or collusion with foreign are external forces. The problem with all of those is who decides Schwarzenegger as secessions, version, terrorism, glues, and and exchange, said the question of how the law will be enacted. Is ABS will be? We'll be applied is absolutely critical including which judges. How will the? How will the legal authorities in Hong Kong React Carrie, Lam has the opportunity to appoint judges that she chooses. And the bill, also the acts now also contains a rather sinister provision. Which says that in got his described as complicated cases at Beijing can simply takeover the prosecution of the law now again. All of this is is. Subject to subjective judgment from Beijing, Beijing designs what collusion with Foreign or external forces Beijing decides. What subversion is and Beijing, can prosecute cases? There is no guarantee that they will be held in. Public is provision for them not to be and. Given the state of of the rule of law in China. I think this is really really serious concern. It's also we should remember the. Legal State in Hong. Kong has been robust and widely respected and indeed lawyers have frequently taken to the streets to defend their. That profession and the application of the law in Hong Kong in very large demonstrations when they felt that Beijing. was encroaching on it, and so the capacity to appoint different judges to these cases is signed that I didn't think Beijing trusts Hong Kong's lawyers who are after school didn't principles of rule of law and equality before the law and all those good things. To do it's will.

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"joshua wong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:43 min | 7 months ago

"joshua wong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Where does it leave the pro democracy movement in Hong Kong. Given that the likes of Joshua Wong Agnes Chow has pretty much, uh, cut ties with the political groups. Yeah, well, Joshua Wong and others of the de Macedo party resigned their top positions and then disbanded the party late yesterday after the imposition of this national security law. The indication is that they did not want to as the figureheads of the party possibly implicate others in the movement. So perhaps it will go more underground. The last Twitter post that I saw from Joshua Wong. Last night he recited a passage from the Bible from Psalms about walking through the valley, etcetera, etcetera, which is often times Used in eulogies. So obviously the pro democracy camp here is figuring out what they can do. Is it game over? I've asked pro democracy lawmakers and pro democracy activists like Emily Lau is this game over and they said No, it's not game over. That was before the law was implemented, but we didn't know that it was coming down the pike. Still, I think there's a lot of reassessment of strategy going forward right now. But this law is very firm. If you're going to violate any those laws on national security, the law of the land will come down hard on you. Right, Chief North Asia correspondent. Seven angle in Hong Kong and we have a line here out of Indonesia. Bang Indonesia, intervening directly in the F Export interbank market is set of sports USD idea reference rate at 14 3 41 Remember that bang and he just said that the currency Is under.

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China passes controversial Hong Kong national security law

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:35 sec | 7 months ago

China passes controversial Hong Kong national security law

"Security law, which will tighten Beijing's grip over Hong Kong. Details have been kept secret, but what we do know is already causing alarm. One point of contention is that Chief executive Carrie Lam can handpicked judges who oversee the national security cases they Jane could also override the local law in certain rare cases, and those convicted for the most serious offense may face life imprisonment. Some activists have reportedly fled the city over fears they'll be targeted. Others, including prominent activist Joshua Wong, have vowed to stay and fight Brit Planet ABC News Hong KONG Come on, whose time 1

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Hong Kong elections: Carrie Lam vows to ‘seriously reflect’ after crushing defeat in polls

Pacifica Evening News

06:57 min | 1 year ago

Hong Kong elections: Carrie Lam vows to ‘seriously reflect’ after crushing defeat in polls

"Hong Kong leader Carrie lam said today she would seriously reflect on the stunning landslide victory by pro democracy candidates in the city's local election the rebel soldiers were a clear rebuke of hell lamb has handled sometimes violent protests in the semi autonomous Chinese territory pro democracy candidates sweat nearly ninety percent of the four hundred fifty two district council seats it will help them take unprecedented control of seventeen out of eighteen district councils authorities barred pro democracy activists Joshua Wong from running in the elections but he said the results send a clear message remarkable achievement in the district council election is the asphalt all home calmness especially will terrace protest her all hot lying frontline there's a trade a price spend the time or even sacrifice in the protest movement winners included many youth activists and the candidate who replaced Huang protest rally organizer Jimmy Shand who was beaten by a hammer wielding assailants last month also triumphed as did a pro democracy lawmaker who had part of his ear bitten off by an assailant really lamb a political expert at the Chinese University of Hong Kong called the results nothing short of a revolution he said the election is a sound repudiation of the Carrie lam administration and shows the so called silent majority in Hong Kong are behind the demands of the protesters for its part China showed no signs it might soften its stance toward Hong Kong the Chinese foreign minister told reporters during a visit to Tokyo that Hong Kong will always be part of China no matter the election outcome a foreign ministry spokesman avoided the question when asked for a reaction to the election results his remarks appeared on al Jizerou football to ending violence and restoring order is the priority for home home home home is a passive China and Hong Kong to fees acutely China's internal Ephesians a record seventy one percent of Hong Kong's registered voters cast ballots well exceeding the forty seven percent turnout in the same poll four years ago celebrations broke out outside polling stations overnight when the results were announced at lunchtime today dozens of supporters held a victory rally in a business district one woman pop the champagne bottle and pour drinks for everyone around a group of supporters of Hong Kong's pro democracy activists protest in front of the Chinese consulate in San Francisco the demonstrators have been protesting in Hong Kong since last June against an extradition bill as a Sega violates human rights and for the resignation of Hong Kong's chief executive Carrie lam among other demands the US Congress passed a bipartisan stand with Hong Kong resolution condemning police brutality against demonstrators and supporting calls for democracy but it's unclear whether president trump will sign the measure he said that it may compromise a trade deal with China pacificus Saadia Malik files this report call home call a glory to Hong Kong is the official protest song demonstrators and semi autonomous city but is also widely regarded as the unofficial national anthem replacing the official Chinese one at a gathering in front of the same Cisco Chinese consulate in solidarity with protesters overseas math using an international student said that although he is from mainland China his most proud of Hong Kong date rape her that the bass all of us the river that the best version of us they fight for their what they deserve what the lord gave us a call give out which I sorry I'm I'm I'm a Christian yeah so the five all their rights growing up in Hong Kong Seles tongue a daily cities have the quality of life there has declined since chief executive Carrie lam came into power tung said she's concerned for the safety of her family and friends Hong Kong has been like a really really great I was twenty years old and has been like that and then they come a really really and civilized cities I'm worried about my family and friends and then going out and then every day I'm just adding tags to them and say Hey I you guys save like when have greetings become desolate like it should be talking to your friends like Hey how you doing like is the right way to the top the offense right but it is not for Hong Kong people it's just like Hey are you say a bipartisan congressional resolution supports the pro democracy movement in Hong Kong the trump has suggested he may veto a due to a pending trade deal with China the vast influence of the Chinese market also caused controversy within the NBA when the Houston Rockets general manager first tweeted support for Hong Kong protestors then apologized after China censored the broadcast of NBA games East Bay resident Travis fan says business interests should stay out of the issue but the US government should intervene you know you you try your trust all weather all you like testamentary in China is in all of your business your of your business is to make money for your state stakeholders money is the only perverse soul it's a matter of the law sold the government should do something that Congress and the administration does something to make it into law in a victory for pro democracy backers the recent election of district representatives in Hong Kong had an unprecedented turn out shifting power away from pro Beijing representatives the representatives make policy on local issues such as collecting garbage and transportation but Hong Kong pro democracy advocates say it is a step toward making greater gains for its people chief executive lamb says she respects the election results Saudia Malick pacifica radio AP at the San

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Pro-democracy side wins Hong Kong local elections in landslide

BBC World Service

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Pro-democracy side wins Hong Kong local elections in landslide

"Hong Kong's chief executive Carrie lam says Hey government will respect the results of the local elections and listen to the views of the public with an open mind pro democracy candidates made unprecedented gains in Sunday's district council elections the pro democracy activist Joshua Wong said they would now be able to transform the district council into a platform of democracy and

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Joshua Wong banned from running in Hong Kong election

KYW 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Joshua Wong banned from running in Hong Kong election

"Way the man who's helped lead demonstrations in Hong Kong will not be able to represent the people in the legislature Joshua Wong has been at the forefront of the pro democracy movement in Hong Kong for years protest leaders had hoped to translate the public sentiment at the political gains in next month's election but the government barred one from running for his district council seat and me from running off is is clearly political interests authorities say Huang's views violate the basic law in Hong Kong because he says independence is an

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Hong Kong Bars Activist Joshua Wong From Running in Election

BBC World Service

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Hong Kong Bars Activist Joshua Wong From Running in Election

"A prominent pro democracy activist in Hong Kong Joshua Wong has been disqualified from running an upcoming district council elections in the Chinese territory the Hong Kong government press release without naming Mr bone said a candid it'd been excluded because promoting self determination for Hong Kong was contrary to the low speaking at a press conference Mr Wong said the government was denying him his political rights Beijing have deprived me all the rights to institutional participation permanently no matter they lock me up in prison my commitment to democracy movement at home call who never eroded by Beijing and president

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After 3 Months of Protests, Is Hong Kong Any Closer to Formal Talks?

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:52 min | 1 year ago

After 3 Months of Protests, Is Hong Kong Any Closer to Formal Talks?

"Now hong kong's pro democracy protests have been going on now for three months the territories ruled is already given into one key demand but if they wanted to instigate formal talks with the demonstrators who would they talk to for hong kong's is in a way leaderless protest movement for very good reasons but doesn't that make it harder to achieve the change the protest as a sea king let's cross not to james chambers molecules bureau era chief in hong kong james you can't understand why the protest movements leadership is is largely anonymous given what happened to the leaders of the protests in hong in five years ago that's right you know we we all know some of the familiar names from the umbrella movement doesn't fourteen first and foremost joshua wong who ended up serving several prison terms because of his activities during that time and a lot of the lot of the experiences of those orchestrations have informed what this new generation of protesters have been doing so in a way they have learned a lot from what happened in two thousand fourteen and the failures that brought that to an end i guess what the the the what the protesters would say in hong kong is that it's not a it's not a leaderless movement but its leader full movement they say that there's not there are loads of leaders involved it's just as you said back keeping themselves anonymous the problem with that of course is that if there there is overt or covert attempts being made by i the administration in hong kong to reach out to those protesters who do they reach out to i mean that's true but this narrative that it there are no leaders kind of defies what we see on the streets is a very organized movement organize protests and you know what the what this movement wants has been you know clearly written down there are there are five very synch very clear demands that they want the government commit to meet you know they've spelt it out and it's for the government to to to meet meet meet them to demands or these make more of an effort so far the the government is one of those five months but there's still a four which they refused to budge on so you know if they there are certainly people who can you know acted as middlemen and communicate between both sides you know it's if you know if the US can can reach the negotiations with the taliban i'm sure the hong kong government can do it with the protesters here a once again they've been they've been allegations of outside interference the united states being criticized also china now very angry germany after their foreign minister i met that that one show on that you mentioning earlier yes the the the the battle between the protesters and the hong kong government and the hong kong police has a very much reached the international arena the protest started off by buying uploads of media space in a lot of international newspapers papers and then i kind of the hong kong government has been fighting back with with similar moves and you know both sides trying to win over international all the when we need national argument and win support for their side just left hong kong to to to germany and the US drum up support for the protesters and put a deliver the pro democracy angle on the ground and obviously he's going to be met with very ah the very sympathetic ear in places like germany and US which are of asli very vibrant democracies and the narrative that's coming from the hong kong government's and beijing is that you know they're a foreign forces behind all of these protests i've been speaking speaking to a few insiders and EM conspiracy theories floating around a beyond ridiculous you know people are mentioning taiwan government behind this because they want to stop this all up ahead of that election in january of the US and the UK mention engine of local media tycoon jimmy lai and i've heard one rumor about it being a actually a clash being played out by seizing paying the president of china and the former president of china jiang jim in so you know there's there's a whole lot of theories swirling around but i mean i i would advise people to do to treat them short shrift james thank you very much more colson bureau chief in hong kong james

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Hong Kong to withdraw divisive extradition bill after months of protests

Morning Edition

04:33 min | 1 year ago

Hong Kong to withdraw divisive extradition bill after months of protests

"After months of protests in Hong Kong the territory's chief executive Carrie lam announced today that she is withdrawing the controversial extradition bill that set off the protests in the first place she made this announcement in a video address the government will formally withdraw the bill in order to fully allay public concerns. Emily Fang is following the story from Beijing Hey Emily hi so this is a big turnaround how much of a surprise is it is it is a big surprise especially given recent reporting that Carrie lam was actually not in control over who made the final decision on whether to withdraw the bill all of a sudden today her press office released this video saying that they wanted to stop the violence and restore rule of law and social order in Hong Kong in the video that you just played lamb said the Hong Kong to become an unfamiliar place for her as part as it got more violent and she was finding a way for it to establish common dialog well this makes me very curious what you just said makes me curious about Carrie lambs motive and whether or not this was an order given to her by China China has a tremendous amount of pull in Hong Kong they've been very upset about these protests do we get the sense that someone told her to do this. we have no independent confirmation that that was the case Reuters came out with a report earlier this week though with an audio recording from lamb herself and what she seems to insinuate that she wanted to resign but Beijing told her not to and that Beijing is the one calling the shots behind extradition built not hurt now that's interesting you just got back from Hong Kong you were reporting on some of the most violent street protests do you get the impression based on the people that you've talked to who were out in the streets that this is going to end the protest movement once and for all which is what China really once. no it won't protest will almost certainly go for it they may not be as violent as they were last weekend but the issue is that protests protesters have been calling for five demands not one last and one of those demands certainly was withdrawal of the expedition bill that was also the easiest demand to meet they're also asking for independent police inquiry into brutality from protests from from police against protesters pressing for direct elections they're asking that all criminal charges be dropped against protesters have been arrested and among those four other remaining charges began extradition they'll carry lance said in the video today that she would appoints two new members to an existing police inquiry body but that she would not honor the request for an independent body and she definitely could not withdraw criminal charges against protesters who were arrested because that would be breaking the rule of law so the protesters have gotten some of what they want and they have not gotten everything that they want that they want do you think the protestors are dug in at this point enough to continue on in a in a vain that's become violent over the past couple of weeks. protesters have been communicating over things like telegram the encrypted social media messaging app and over other various internet forums and one of the most commonly circulated responses to carrion's video today has been this is too little too late in fact one of the messages that has gone viral has been if Carrie lam withdraws immediately organized a peaceful protest Joshua Wong who is a very famous Hong Kong pro democracy activist tweeted today that Kerry lands actions to withdraw the bill are close too little too late her response comes after seven lives sacrificed in twelve hundred protesters arrested so there's still a lot of momentum from protesters to bring their grievances out into the street and to their four remaining demands interesting though still calling for peaceful protests I wonder if only do you have a sense of what China's next move is if the protests do continue I mean a concession has been given. will come out in the streets anyway does does China have a move here. over the weekend when protests got more violent Chinese state media which is controlled by the Communist Party in China the separately push to lamb to push a ticket to approve what's called the emergency ordinance regulation the British colonial law that lets lamb as chief executive pass any role she thinks is in the public interest and so that would give her more a stronger legal tool to shut down the messaging apps that protesters have been using to organize and dot more draconian methods to stop protesters so that something Beijing has been pushing carry them to do and it's something that she has on the table and she said last week that that's something that she is

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"joshua wong" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"joshua wong" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

"S. or in different countries if you're hoping society get changed don't just as passive citizen boats and do nothing if you're hop- society get changed action. Social movement is the way out to let people <hes> consolidate the civil society and create a miracle in the future job <unk>. A Jesuit described seen the film for the first time in November. What was it like for you to share the film with him? <hes> did you have concerns about that experience. I did W- anytime you make a film about somebody you just do your terrified Rafael. They're gonNA turn to you and say that wasn't it or that. Just didn't work for me. I wasn't in the room with Joshua when he watched it. One of our producers was with them in screen at Forum and Joshua. Actually they called me on the phone and Joshua said that was amazing thing and it's that moment of relief. You're like okay. We can go together when when you watch Joshua. was there anything that stood out to you anything that surprised you anything that you hadn't noticed as you would experience at the first time <hes> of course of footage I experienced that I love this documentary because it record this journey especially those happy memory with student in Scott Tourism Komo Sisto the new political party Howie start from zero and continue to consolidate and to build up our organization and push for the movement and create one and one for me so oh I would say that I really thank you for Horford documentary production team to put a lot of effort to record too happy memory of this six year journey thank Josh Won- and Joe Has Catella for speaking with me for conversation was recorded in January twenty seventeen the Sundance Film Festival. You can watch the documentary Joshua UH teenager versus superpower on Netflix. Thanks to our team.

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"joshua wong" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"joshua wong" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

"Hope for the best prepare for the worst and stupid optimistic I lift one day. We can't get back democracy in Hong Kong and even China Joe is someone who's an outsider to this movement but obviously spent a lot of time thinking about it and in watching it. I'm sure you feel a closeness to the people who are on screen in this film. I wonder what Oh you think of the the dynamics of this movement strikes me that the last film you made Chicago Girl It captures kind of hopeful time in the Arab spring in Syria and in years since then you know that's become more darker and darker so I wonder as you watch this movement progress. What your hopes fears for were my hopes obviously are that you know? Joshua and all of his friends get to achieve what they set out to achieve that everybody in Hong Kong gets that freedom and democracy that they have fought so hard for my fears are that it's getting worse I mean even since we've stopped rolling cameras <hes> Nathan who you meet in the film who is elected the Legislative Council at the end as now under enormous pressure. I mean the the government is suing him. They're trying to bankrupt him. They're trying to force him out of office. <hes> Joshua a couple of weeks ago I along with Nathan were in the Taipei airport and they were attacked. They were attacked a second time coming into the Hong Kong airport. I mean these are areas that are supposed to have high security and they're not and just looking at the tactics that are being used. They're more brazen than they were a year ago or or eighteen months ago. That's my fear is that you know China's not GonNa stop on this and you've got these kids who I've grown very attached to and you just want what's best for them because I have such admiration and such respect for the way that they have stood up and and raised their hand and said what's going on isn't okay Joshua we want in the film the umbrella movement and the occupy movement where you and your fellow protesters for several months were were occupying a portion of of Hong Kong and ultimately it comes to an end and people are cleared out and I wonder with perspective what you think were the positive things that came out of that movement and in what were the disappointments to disappointment is clearly to let people know that are worth commit in a movement for seventy nine Aqaba on the street but <hes> we still can reach political reform until this Mormon <hes> ship executive election is only allowing. One thousand two hundred pro-beijing elites tycoons to vote and usually it will even be the one bank one moat and those paying at a Pro China Bank <hes> so in umbrella of member can reach the goal of political reform and universal versus suffrage but with a new generation leader awareness and international community support.

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"joshua wong" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"joshua wong" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

"I'm Tom Powers the artistic director of New York's Documentary Festival Doc N._Y._C.. I see this episode. I talked to activists Joshua Wong. He's the subject of the netflix documentary Joshua Joshua teenager versus superpower at the age of fourteen Joshua started protesting moves by the Chinese government to exert more control over his city of Hong Kong before I involved in politics. I'm just student a normal kid. I went to school at Fordham and study but those days are now as of just focusing on Eh G._p._A.. Why don't try to count on this? In the history goes back to nineteen ninety-seven when Joshua was only one years old that year Hong Kong changed its status from a British colony to join the People's Republic of China as part of the transition Hong Kong kept its own laws including freedoms of Press and assembly the slogan in China was One Country Two Systems but but that philosophy has repeatedly tested is leaders in Beijing tried to inject more of their system in two thousand eleven China move to impose its national education curriculum into Hong Kong schools that was the move that sparked Joshua and his friends to form a protest group called scholar ISM founded scoring some while I'm fourteen years so we'll have to do is just the bond for freedom of mind and freedom of speech to show disagreement brainwashing education in Joshua teenager versus superpower we watch is their small grassroots effort grows into a massive act of civil disobedience in two thousand fourteen thousands of protesters conducted a ST occupation known as the umbrella movement that resulted in a violent backlash from the police. The movement called for greater democracy in choosing Hong Kong's leaders offers instead of having them picked in Beijing Hong Kong should be decided by Hong Kong's instead of China stuffer Joshua's prominence has caused him to be physically attacked and persecuted this year. He spent two two months in prison for charges dating back to the twenty fourteen protests he was released last month. Just as a new wave of Hong Kong protests were taking place with over a million people in the streets. My meeting with him took place two years ago. At the Sundance Film Festival when Joshua teenager versus superpower had its premiere he was joined by the film's American director Joe Piscopo Tele. They are surprised pairing in a way piss Catala has a background writing animated cartoons including the Disney movie underdog but he since focused on real life underdogs his first documentary was called Hashtag Chicago girl about an American teenager using the Internet to support Syria's revolution following that he was brought into Joshua's story by producers Andrew Duncan and Matthew Tourne their team had been filming with.

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"joshua wong" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"joshua wong" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Hour, hundreds of thousands of protesters again filled the streets yesterday in Hong Kong demonstrators are demanding the full withdrawal of an extradition Bill under which dissidents go on trial in mainland China, and they want chief executive carry lamb to resign correspondent on a Coren has more. This is still moving ahead momentum isn't dying. Okay. It's not the hundreds of thousands of people that we saw yesterday. Organizes believe almost two million people turned out and eat was a river of people walking the streets of Hong Kong protesting against that very controversial extradition, Bill that has now been sale, but that is not good enough of these protesters. They wanted we drawing. Well, we spoke to Joshua Wong his the twenty two year old ROY democracy leader, who has been aimed out suspension, evil Bill. It not it's not in we asking for withdrawing the proposal in the next few weeks. Massive mobilization, March and demonstration will happen. I gain yesterday to his opponent, citizens come to St. I believe there'd be more and more citizen. Join our fight in the future. It showed that Hong Kong, people distrust democracy, and we will not afraid to uprising China model being. Fascinating, and that these protests of the last couple of weeks, they have not had a leader. They have been led by the people with the return of Joshua Wong. There's a real sense that this is going to further invigorate people to turn out to the streets fo the demonstrations that will be cooled in the counting wakes.

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"joshua wong" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"joshua wong" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Few days. Organizers set a couple of million win streets on Sunday, though, police dispeat- that figure so because of an extradition Bill proposed by Hong Kong's leader, Carrie Lam, which would link Hong Kong and China's Justice systems, one of the leaders of the last mass demonstrations in the territory. Joshua Wong has just been released from a frie- week, prison sentence and on his release. He told reporters he fully supported the she has protests, which are now by the BBC's Mantegna in cone. I'm any sign of protest today. Martin. Definitely, so I'm now standing at the protest, I rea- of the legislative council complex, my remember back on last Wednesday. This is the area being sealed off completely occupied by police, and we ended up with people clashing with the police at the ferry entrance to this time. I would ask me feel thousand people sitting here to my understanding. These are students joining across boy for today. He's the lead. Many of that most of them are impacting just likely Roddy yesterday. More relaxed would here. He's just happened. They just they just Joshua Wong himself telling them fighting on bond for. Carrie left a south to step down. They read now resting and a power. Alexei has four four new March with begin anytime from now about to just feel steps away to the chief executive all this Monte for dialogue.

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"joshua wong" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"joshua wong" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"The chinese government in more news on china prodemocracy activist joshua wong has been sentenced to three months in prison for his role in organizing the two thousand fourteen umbrella movement protests in hong kong this is joshua wong speaking before sentencing wednesday i will go away but they law align we hope into his front we need a phase ah frisco sentencing raw still calling the fight for democracy in the future in the philippines journalists and press freedom advocates are condemning do territories government for trying to shut down the highly popular independent news outlet wrap ler on monday the securities and exchange commission revoked grapplers licensed to operate on charges that the websites foreignowned even though the website is owned by filipinos this morning the philippines justice department authorized the opening of a criminal investigation into the website wrapped lawyer and press freedom advocates say the websites being targeted for its critical reporting on rodrigo de terre taste administration and its devastating socalled drug war back in the united states the maju reddy of the national park system advisory board has resigned in protest of the fact that interior secretary ryan zinke has not met with them even once since trump took office a year ago the board chairman tony knowles a former governor of alaska said quote the department showed no interest in learning about our continuing to use the forwardthinking agenda of science when it comes to the effect of climate change protection of ecosystems and education unquote he was one of nine members of the twelve person panel who quit on monday in protest in california los angeles county sheriff's deputy has been arrested by fbi agents in charged with running a drug trafficking scheme which included allegedly hiring other police officers to provide physical security for drug dealers deputy kenneth collins and three other men were arrested in the tuesday morning staying in wisconsin democrats of one major victory in the state senate race flipping a.

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"joshua wong" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"joshua wong" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"The senate voted sixty to thirty eight to overcome a procedural delay despite calls by a group of lawmakers who i wanted to vote on a series of amendments that would have imposed more privacy protections the law known as section 702 allows the us government to collect communications including emails phone calls text messages from foreigners including their communications with us citizens it can't collect all this information without a warrant the trump administration's withholding 65 million dollars of funding from the un humanitarian agency for palestinians known as unrwa that's the un relief and works agency un officials say the slashed funding will devastate its humanitarian programmes this comes as the israeli military attacked a funeral procession in the west bank opening fire on the mourners during clashes after the funeral the funeral was for 24yearold ahmed salim who was killed by israeli troops monday the united nations says at least five thousand children and yemen have been killed or maimed since march two thousand fifteen when the us backed saudi led coalition intervened in the ongoing conflict launching a massive bombing campaign and imposing a blockade that's created widespread shortage of food water and medicine and yemen the yunus f report says another four hundred thousand children in yemen or severely malnourished the united states has supported saudi arabia and the ongoing war in yemen by selling the saudis billions of dollars worth of weapons and providing logistical military support including critical mid air refueling to saudi coalition warplanes the justice department says it's arrested a former cia agent who is suspected of working with china to systematically dismantle the us spying operations there the former officer is named jerry chungsheng lay in recent years more than a dozen cia informants have been killed or imprisoned by the chinese government in more news on china prodemocracy activist joshua wong has been sentenced to three months in prison for his role in organizing the two thousand fourteen umbrella movement protests in hong kong this is joshua wong speaking before sentencing wednesday will law online for we hope it is we need a phase of her sentencing for are still call he ju don't fight for democracy and a fissure in the philippines journalists and press freedom advocates are condemning do tear taste government for trying to shut down the highly popular independent news outlet wrap ler.

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"joshua wong" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"joshua wong" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Policy of israeli ethnic cleansing a meeting of foreign ministers in the canadians that you're vancouver has vowed tougher measures to curtail move career here's ability to evade existing sanctions over its nuclear program they also agreed to consider imposing new punitive measures on pyongyang sophie long is in the south korean capital soda we've had this missing a twenty nations in vancouver here have been looking at ways tear gas at pyongyang to get north korea to the negotiating table and talk about denuclearization at the same time today in the demilitarized zone that separates north and south korea they're working level talks talking about getting the pyongyang delegation to the winter olympics and i think what we saw today in vancouver is this a sense of solidarity both united states and south korean representatives using the same language that the denuclearization of north korea must be completes it must be verifiable and it must be irreversible meemaw of open for on buddhist demonstrators in the troubled state of our kind killing seven people 4000 people from the ethnic group known as recai nor ourika knees at gathered for an annual ceremony marking the end of the arc and industry officials of the crowd had surrounded a district government office world news from the bbc a court in hong kong has sentence the prodemocracy student activist joshua wong to three months in prison is lawyers have asked for the sentence to be suspended wong was convicted on charges of contempt for refusing to leave the protest site during prodemocracy demonstrations in 2014 his fellow activist rafael wong received a four and a half month jail sentence and other protest at leicester show was given a suspended one month term ethiopia is due to release the first of more than five hundred prisoners today as part of efforts to improve national dialogue the authorities say the prison is due for release include those who have not used force to try to bring down the government the attorney general said they would have to undergo rehabilitation training first thousands of people have been detained in ethiopia more than two years of a more than two years of antigovernment protests the football club leicester city has become the first english side to benefit from the.

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"joshua wong" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"joshua wong" Discussed on AP News

"The houston astros and the first game is going to be in los angeles and i was the first time at the dodgers are back in the world series and twenty nine years allow so as you can imagine the interest is very high of two prodemocracy activists have been released on bail by hong kong's highest court joshua wong and nathan live and freed pending an appeal of their prison sentences after they were convicted and sparking massive protests in 2014 they were imprisoned after the justice secretary succeeded in giving an earlier more lenient sentence overturned raising concerns about political interference in the courts and healy a setback to the movement for full democracy and the chinesecontrolled city the decision to release wong hong kong's most famous activist and law and disqualified lawmaker coincidentally came the same day china's communist party was ending a twice a decade congress in beijing and expanded president xi jinping's power events were unrelated but they highlighted the widening rift between mainland china and semiautonomous hong kong ap radio news i'm too maguire another set of republicans sends a message to president trump arizona's jeff flake says he will not be running for reelection next year denouncing the president's reckless ways the notion that one should stay silent as the norms and values that keep america stronger underlined and as the alliances and agree eamon set ensure the stability of the entire world are routinely threatened by the.

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"joshua wong" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"joshua wong" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Month in each year that left four us soldiers dead npr's tom bowman says about a dozen us forces were patrolling with nigerian forces when they were attacked the takeaway was first of all that the american troops didn't call for support and call for help up until an hour into this attack that's new that's something we didn't know before and pretty much immediately in american drone came overhead an armed drone was taking a surveillance pictures of the attack and then within an hour we had dome french warplanes and helicopters after his come over and neither the american drone nor the french aircraft fired any shots by that time it appears that the attack had come to an end npr's tom bowman general dunford says the pentagon is investigating but that he still doesn't know many details about how the attack occurred he says that families have the soldiers killed and all americans deserve answers a pair of prodemocracy activists in hong kong are free on bail pending appeals of their sentences npr's rob schmitz reports the activists were convicted of charges stemming from the roles and protests held three years ago dissident joshua wong in formerly slater nathan law were released after serving two months of sixmonth sentences the two were sent to prison for storming hong kong government headquarters three years ago in 2016 nathan law became the city's youngest ever lawmaker but was removed from his post after a court ruled that he used unacceptable words and dubious tones during his oath of office which required him to declare loyalty to china hong kong has been a semiautonomous region of china since 1997 but wong inlaws case has been at the heart of the debate about whether china's government is wroting the territory's autonomy their release conditions include surrendering their passports and checking in with police every week rob schmitz npr news shanghai you're listening to npr news from washington this is wnyc in new york four minutes after six o'clock good morning i'm david first sixty nine degrees in central park showers and thunderstorms so wind advisory in effect today going up to a high around seventy two the morning commute looks good right now a.

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"joshua wong" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"joshua wong" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"With prospect magazine president trump as we know the pressure the saying both sides were to blame for the deadly violence last weekend between farright demonstrators and counterprotests his in charlottesville virginia the south korean president moon jae in has said he can guarantee they will be no war on the korean peninsula mr moon said recent comments my president trump regarding minitry options surely the strong determination of the united states to press north korea notes continue with his threats the cost of the pale in hong kong is due to deliver a ruining shortly that could increase the sentences already handed down to three leaders of prodemocracy protests joshua wong in alex china will all the to do community service nathan little was given a suspended sentence the dutch public broadcaster says a man with a knife is holding a woman hostage in a building in the city of hilversum the houses the studios if the three fm radio station the man reportedly threatened the woman outside the building before going insulate there relationship between the two is not clear at this stage the outspoken australian politician pauline hanson has wounded burqa in the senate in canberra we senses parliamentary opponents have criticized the stunt which came head of the debate on the cool by her one nation party for the governments to be banned bbc news wearing us of anything you know they're telling the story that's true to them but you don't know whether it corresponds anything real in the world or in the brain the new institute in northern iraq helping you see de woman to deal with the trauma they experienced and is it a good idea to fry placenta and eat it off to get in there and family doctor and robinson is my guest today fast the risks associated with serious insomnia chairing pregnancy it's famously difficult to get a good night's sleep when you're pregnant what with getting out to catch the little night and.

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"joshua wong" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"joshua wong" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Tomorrow chinese president xi jinping is expected to arrive in hong kong as that city prepares to mark twenty years of chinese rule on saturday and some prodemocracy activists activists want to ensure that his visit will not be peaceful which is why twenty six of them including joshua wong and nathan law from the political party desisto have now been taken in by police the arrests happened earlier today when prodemocracy activists stormed the golden bohemia square in hong kong for the second time in three days the area will be the site of an official flagraising ceremony on saturday which will be attended by the president and incoming hong kong chief executive carrie lam derek lamb is a spokesperson for the hong kong political party desisto we reached him in hong kong mr lang can you described to me what was happening around the golden bauhinia square earlier today is sure this evening on democrat cooper party and our fee people power and they give me for the active it has facial approach heavy in perak for hillary out career and we want to do that to show our anger to china government because this year if the twenty anniversary or the hangover and the china goffman have promised hong kong people to give us hire of four t and promise up the can have a democracy at the final but what we saw lost twenty years is a china's government sin fulfilled their promise that make it as choke so we wants to do this protest indirect him here to show that hong kong people.

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