Harry Potter actress Katie Leung says publicists told her to deny racist abuse she suffered when role was announced
Katie Leung has featured in other movies and television shows as well following her stint in the Harry Potter movies.
‘Easier to date than girlfriends’: Hong Kong man gets engaged with sex doll, says he has never kissed or had sex with her for...
The Hong Kong man, Xie Tianrong, also has a baby with his sex doll, Facebook page is filled with pictures of him with his fiance Mochi
Hong Kong authorities arrest 53 opposition leaders under the national security law as China escalates crackdown on pro-democracy camp
53 elected pro-democracy officials and activists arrested in Hong Kong their participation in an unofficial primary election last year
Pro-Beijing administration in Hong Kong disqualifies four pro-democracy legislators, other lawmakers threaten to resign
National People’s Congress Standing Committee passed a resolution to disqualify those legislators who support independence of Hong Kong
Chinese President Xi Jinping keeps coughing violently during speech, fuels speculations about coronavirus infection
The Chinese President was speaking at an event marking the 40th anniversary of the establishment of the Shenzhen Economic Zone.
Hong Kong pro-democracy protester carries Indian flag during Chinese National Day protests because India is fighting China
“Because India is fighting China. So India is my friend!” the pro-democracy protester carrying Indian flag in Hong Kong said
Danish Pension Fund blacklists China, to pull out investments worth €54 million over human rights violations
Danish pension fund AkademikerPension pulling out its investments from China due to suppressing dissenting voices &violating human rights
Xinjiang connection, supporting police brutalities: Read why Hong Kong activists are calling for the boycott of Disney’s ‘Mulan’
Disney is facing the heat on social media platforms for filming the movie 'Mulan' in Xinjiang, with support of Chinese Communist authorities who are persecuting millions of Uighurs in the region.
Hong Kong: Pro-democracy media leader Jimmy Lai arrested under China’s new ‘national security law’, may face a long prison sentence
Reportedly, Jimmy Lai may face a prison sentence from 10 years up to life, if found guilty of 'collusion with foreign forces' by the Chinese Communist regime.
Chinese virologist who fled Hong Kong claims China and WHO adviser knew about the virus long before they made it public
Chinese virologist Li-Meng Yan claimed that China was well-aware coronavirus and its virulence long before it said it did