4 edition of Hong Kong junta found in the catalog.
Hong Kong junta
S. V. Epistola
|Statement||Silvino V. Epistola.|
|LC Classifications||DS796.H79 F54 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||170 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||170|
|LC Control Number||97946686|
Schools in Hong Kong have been told that they must remove books and teaching materials that could violate the sweeping national security . Now unavailable in Hong Kong libraries: books by leading democracy activists. At least nine titles by authors like Joshua Wong and Tanya Chan are .
Hong Kong is postponing legislative elections by a year, citing a growing coronavirus outbreak, but critics say political dissent is being stifled. Liu is now looking for a safe channel to funnel sensitive books back into Hong Kong. "I think publishers in Taiwan have some responsibility to help save some of the free voices in Hong Kong," he said.
Hong Kong's government barred 12 pro-democracy activists including Joshua Wong from running in September's Legislative Council election and said more could be disqualified, confirming fears that. Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong. Credit: AP A search for books by young activist Joshua Wong or pro-democracy politician Tanya Chan on the public libraries website showed the books.
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Books by pro-democracy figures have been removed from public libraries in Hong Kong in the wake of a controversial new security law. The works will be reviewed to see if they violate the new law, the authority which runs the libraries said.
The law mandates the introduction of national security education in Hong Kong’s schools, as well as moves to strengthen the supervision and regulation of foreign media and the internet in Hong Kong.Books by prominent Hong Kong pro-democracy figures have become unavailable in the Chinese-ruled city's public libraries as they are being reviewed to see whether they violate a new national.