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Hong Kong Separatist Leader Wayne Chan & his Family Receive Death Threat! By Chapman Chen, HKBNews

Wayne Chan Ka-kui, leader of pro-independence group, Hong Kong Independence Union, today (Aug. 11) received an online death threat. Meanwhile, the iron gate to his flat was splashed with red paint. His family reported to the police, who asked Chan where he had been today and told him to go to the police station to give a statement. The contents of the death threat are as follows (trans. from Chinese by Chapman Chen): You God-damned Chan Ka-kui, listen, because you have recen

Will the Hong Kong Police Round up the Usual Suspects after the Mass Rally contra Extradition Law?

Gist: On the early morning of today (2019-6-10), a few hundred Hong Kong protesters sat in outside the Legislative Council, got beaten up and pepper-sprayed by the police, and clashed with them, after the HK Government refused to listen to the voice of one million Hongkongers, who took part in the 2016-6-9 mass rally against the HK extradition law. A number of protesters were arrested on the spot. Looks like a 2019 replica of the 2016 Mongkok police-civilian clash, which resu

Hong Kong Separatist Wayne Chan on Tiananmen Square Massacre. Interviewed by Chapman Chen, HKBNews

"I was born in April 1990," Hong Kong Independence Union Convener Wayne Chan Ka Kui told HKBNews before speaking at a 2019-6-2 Forum on the 30th Anniversary of Tiananmen Square Massacre, "My mom first met my dad in a Hong Kong mass rally supporting the 1989 Tiananmen Square students, and that's how I came about." When Wayne Chan was a kid, his mother often told him stories about the massacre from a pan-Greater China perspective, as she was a fan of HK Alliance in Support of P

HK Extradition Law & "Ethnic-Endangering" Separatists (Chapman Chen, HK Bilingual News, reports)

Today (Apr 28), around 100 thousand Hongkongers took to the streets in bright sunshine and protested against the proposed extradition law amendment which could extradite anyone who set foot on Hong Kong soil to Communist China for trial. Wayne Chan, convener of the Students Independence Union, opines, "This ordinance is the last straw that will end HK's freedom and one country two systems. For the sake of Hongkongers, we have to try our best to defend Hong Kong so that the ne

 

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