Disney cuts the episode from its streaming platform amid concerns over the Chinese territory’s laws.
Clashes break out after unidentified men attack placards at a Hong Kong pro-democracy protest.
The US accuses the city of granting ‘safe haven’ to the yacht owned by a Russian oligarch under Western sanctions.
The national security law was introduced by Beijing in 2020 to clamp down on protesters.
The cartoon books were perceived by some to be about the city’s democracy movement.
Two dancers are injured in the incident at a concert by the hugely popular boy band Mirror.
An An was euthanized aged 35 – the equivalent of 105 years in human age.
The ex-security chief was essentially handpicked by Beijing and is set to prioritise law enforcement.
The president says Hong Kong has “risen from the ashes” – critics accuse China of crushing freedoms.
Chinese President Xi Jinping arrives in Hong Kong to mark 25 years since the former British colony was returned to Beijing’s rule.
Two Hongkongers born in 1997, the year the city returned to China, tell us how they view identity.
China has effectively banned the city’s annual vigil commemorating the Tiananmen Square massacre.
The thieves were unaware of its value and sold it to an amateur collector for less than $25 (£20).
Senior Catholic Cardinal Joseph Zen is a long-time critic of the Chinese government.
The Omicron variant overwhelmed the city’s healthcare system resulting in many deaths.
Pre-trial detention under China’s security law aims to break the will of those accused, critics say.
Carrie Lam’s five years in office saw massive pro-democracy protests and increased Chinese control.
All 7.5 million residents must undergo testing as the city battles surging infection rates.
Carrie Lam says the priority is to control the rise in cases partly caused by an outbreak in pet hamsters.
A Delta outbreak in “zero Covid” Hong Kong will result in the euthanasia of 2,000 small mammals.
It comes a day after a famous statue marking the 1989 massacre was removed from a university.
The Pillar of Shame showed piled-up corpses to commemorate protesters killed by Chinese authorities in 1989.
The city’s Legislative Council polls look different this year, thanks to new electoral and national security laws.
Authorities will have the power to ban films deemed to violate China’s national security interests.
The human rights organisation says its staff are under threat from the city’s national security law.
The top legislature was also expected to approve a controversial anti-sanctions law for Hong Kong.
Kiwi Chow’s documentary was a surprise at the film festival – and it has a controversial title.
Thousands can stay in US for 18 months because China is eroding territory’s freedoms, the US president says.
The sanctions are in response to recent US sanctions on Chinese officials in Hong Kong.
The 2019 attack in Yuen Long was captured by victims and bystanders on phones and shocked the city.