Hong Kong Libraries Pull Books for Review Under China’s Security Law

HONG KONG—Public libraries have eradicated various books by pro-democracy figures from circulation, amplifying issues that China’s sweeping national-protection law for Hong Kong will be utilized to limit political dialogue in the town.

Two books by the activist Joshua Wong and 1 title by lawmaker Tanya Chan have been between those shown as “under review” on the city’s on the net library catalog on Sunday. In a statement, a government spokeswoman verified that some books experienced been eradicated from circulation pending a overview for compliance…

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Senate Passes Sanctions Bill on China Over Hong Kong Law

The U.S. Senate handed by unanimous consent a bipartisan invoice that would place sanctions on Chinese officers who erode Hong Kong’s minimal autonomy from Beijing, as well as the banks and corporations that do enterprise with them.

Since it sets required sanctions, the legislation has drawn objections from Trump administration officers anxious it could hobble their ability to carry out diplomacy with China and give Congress too considerably electric power over overseas relations, in accordance to congressional, administration and marketplace officers.

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