National Security Law Threatens Professional Ethics
The Standing Committee of the National People's Congress forcibly implemented the National Security Law, which has triggered the worries in Hong Kong society. The senior government officials have repeatedly emphasized that the legislation is only ‘targeting a small group of people’ and has no effect on the lives of the general public, it is hardly convincing. Many people with different professional backgrounds said that the National Security Law affects their performance of work duties and even damages their professional ethics
‘Fighting ‘til the end’ is not just words--Lee Cheuk Yan’s activism under National Security Law
Over the past year, Hong Kong has experienced drastic changes. Many amateurs have taken part in the protest and their lives have become completely different. Lee Cheuk Yan, the general secretary of the Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions (HKCTU) and a senior activist, was also deeply moved by the unbroken line of protestors. After the National Security Law took effect, Yan, who is also the chairman of Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movement in China, became a high-risk figure to be targeted by the regime. The closing of the prison gate is in a foreseeable future. What kind of change has Yan experienced this year, and how does he deal with the new situation after the implementation of national security law?
Mission to Cambodia-a Country Fully Integrated by China
Due to geopolitical reasons, China has a very large influence on Cambodia historically. As China's economic might continue to strengthen, China's economic impact on Cambodia is also increasing. In recent years, the Chinese government has always stressed that Chinese investment is beneficial to local development in her official propaganda; however, the actual situation seen during our visit to Cambodia with the ITUC was quite different.