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Arrests in Hong Kong

After China voted to pass its National Security Law on Tuesday, the first arrests have been made in Hong Kong for “unauthorized assemblies” and actions that “undermine national unification.” On Wednesday, thousands gathered for the annual pro-democracy rally marking the end of British rule — the 23rd anniversary of Hong Kong’s independence from Britain. Demonstrators […]

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Travel after changing Hong Kong laws

On May 28, the Chinese government in Beijing signaled that it would press for and enforce new security laws in Hong Kong. Once enacted, which could happen as soon as June, Beijing will better be able to control the judicial system in Hong Kong, as well as curb anti-government protests and other civil liberties. Beijing […]

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Ctrip Changing Name to Trip.com Group to Emphasize International Business

Harbor views from Marco Polo Hotel in Hong Kong. Will calm return to the city? The volatile situation in Hong Kong, political tensions with Taiwan, and the U.S.-China trade war have negatively impact Ctrip’s business. Wharf Hotels Management Skift Take: Ctrip, or the company soon-to-be known as Trip.com Group Ltd., is banking on international growth […]