Category : Hong Kong

Keeping watch on China

alt informationAs British MPs are warned over a Chinese national seeking influence in the UK parliament, Index continues to shine a light on the CCP's activities globally

Hope in the darkness

alt informationNathan Law, one of the leaders of Hong Kong’s protest movement, is convinced that the repression will not last forever. Here we publish an extract from his new book

Hong Kong’s freedoms under further attack as ‘Captain America’ is jailed

alt informationFive year and nine month sentence for protestor raises fears over retrospective action of national security law

Sharing the stories that need to be told

alt informationIndex's CEO looks ahead to this weekend's Freedom of Expression Awards

Why journalists need emergency safe havens

alt informationJournalists tell Index how a new type of visa is vital to protect lives and stop media censorship. Rachael Jolley reports

Why we must not change the channel

alt informationThe news from countries around the globe is appalling but we need to bear witness

As Apple Daily looks set to close down, speech crime comes to Hong Kong

alt informationThe national security law has been used against journalists for the first time

“Tiananmen Square cemented my commitment to equality and justice”

alt informationOur CEO Ruth Smeeth was just nine when the image of Tank Man echoed around the world but it changed her views forever

Tiananmen candlelights a sight too beautiful to last

alt informationHong Kong will be dark on the anniversary of the massacre this 4 June as the National Security Law bites