Written by CFHK President, Ellen Bork.
"The contest between free and repressive regimes is the defining issue of our times. It has spread to Hong Kong. Businesses there cannot avoid the implications, however much they wish they could."
Apple Daily imparts one last item of information, making the news instead of reporting it. Its death at the hands of the Chinese Communist Party is a warning of what can happen to any company in Hong Kong.
CFHK Chairman, James B. Cunningham, Testified at Senate Subcommittee Hearing on International Trade, Customs, and Global Competitiveness
The Committee for Freedom in Hong Kong calls on the G7 to take concrete steps against Chinese repression in Hong Kong
Written by CFHK President, Ellen Bork:
The contest between free and repressive regimes is the struggle of our times, and there will be many more battles.
On June 4, 2005, the 16th anniversary of the 1989 massacre of democracy protesters by China’s People’s Liberation Army troops, the filmmaker Liu Wei walked up to people in Beijing and asked what day it was. He captured their uncomfortable responses in a 13-minute documentary. “I know, but I don’t want to talk about it.” “I don’t know much about it.” “Don’t record this.”
Hong Kong Authorities Ban Vigil Honoring Victims of 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre in Escalating Crackdown on Democracy Movement
For three decades, Hong Kong was the only place under Chinese rule where the victims of the June 4, 1989, massacre of democracy protesters by People’s Liberation Army troops in and around Tiananmen Square could be publicly mourned.