Lai, founder of media company Next Digital and the Apple Daily tabloid newspaper it publishes, was swarmed by dozens supporters as he left a police station. Some held up copies of the newspaper and shouted "support Apple Daily until the end." … [Read more...] about Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai released on bail
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Joshua Wong, a pro-democracy activist and former secretary general of the political party Demosisto, told DW he wasn't sure when he will be arrested and extradited to mainland China, but that he "will continue the plan to fight for freedom and that's my decision." … [Read more...] about Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai arrested under national security law
Along with all the expectations among freshers, you sense plenty of that implied pride and ambition. Liverpool’s main university campuses are just off Hope Street and, despite everything, that feels about right. Despite a challenging summer, Beer still confesses to excitement at going around her halls of residence, “trying to settle people in”. The next round of that welcome began at her university yesterday with an open day for 13,000 prospective students and their families. “For all the noise, people are still putting their faith in higher education,” she says. “And people still have positive and high motives for the commitment. We need to be kinder and more supportive as a nation of that, rather than constantly expressing the politics of envy and begrudging.” … [Read more...] about What next for England’s troubled universities?
This dehumidifying spray is easy to apply; simply spray all over your hair after styling and before facing the elements. The light and gentle solution is similar to a regular hair spray. It isn't sticky and doesn't leave your hair feeling crunchy or greasy, provided that you spray from a decent distance (about half an arm's length). … [Read more...] about Tame your summer frizz! Five anti-humidity hairsprays to help calm your hair during a heatwave
HK's model neighbour that stays loyal to China Genting Casinos closures put 1,600 jobs at risk 'King of gambling' dies in Hong Kong aged 98 Macau's neighbour Zhuhai is the first mainland city to be issued tourist visas. The opportunity will gradually be rolled out to the rest of the country during August and September, according to a statement from China's National Immigration Administration. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: World’s biggest gambling hub reopens for business