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Vocals are Muted?

Local music creators are worried about the increasing risks of political music creation due to National Security Law.

Vocals are Muted?

Local music creators are worried about the increasing risks of political music creation due to National Security Law.

Reporting on Thin Ice

The implementation of the national security law has put the journalism industry at risk. Journalists and media outlets are now seeking ways to survive in the tight corners.

Invisible Red Lines Threaten Publications

The vagueness of national security law has sparked ‘white terror’ over book production and publications.

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Screen Crisis

Parents struggle to control children’s use of electronic devices during lockdowns.

U.S. Cancels China Student Visa

Chinese students graduated from universities which are listed on the U.S. sanction list are banned from getting student visa.

Unbearable Pressure of Parcels

The rise of online shopping during the pandemic has made couriers inSouth Korea overwork. The unbearable pressure of parcels is pushing them into a corner.

Press Freedom under Threat in Indonesia

Journalists working in Indonesia confront issues with press freedom and share their stories about the struggles of writing Indonesia-related news.

Plastic Pandemic

Increased demand of food deliveries and takeaways amid Covid has worsened the plastic waste problem. How are Individuals, restaurants and organisations fighting single-use plastics?

Overworked and Underprotected

Vulnerable migrant workers being discriminated and exploited during COVID-19.

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Lifestyle

Strength Training with Babies in Wombs

Mothers find strength training beneficial for their pregnancy.

Eating Green

Modern vegetarian eateries are emerging, in response to the rising demand for plant-based dishes - 34 per cent of the Hongkongers adopt a plant-based diet at least one day a week.

Surviving Cinemas in China

Cinemas in China are facing hardship caused by COVID-19.

Sunlight through the Cracks

Running online stores is becoming a popular career choice for graduates hit by the pandemic.

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Life Afloat

Fishermen in Bohai Bay are struggling with sharp decline in harvests and impact of COVID-19. By Laurissa Liu in Tianjin Fishermen hope a four-month moratorium from May to September can help Bohai Bay revitalize its vitality and bring them rich fish harvests. But desertification of ocean...

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