RCHK International Evening celebrates cultural diversity

Written by Hubert Leong

On September 23rd, 2019, RCHK hosted its third International Evening in the Performing Arts Center (PAC). Performers had backgrounds from the likes of countries such as Trinidad, India, Hong Kong, and Bangladesh to name a few. The aims of the evening were to celebrate and promote RCHK’s cultural diversity and to raise money for local charity Hong Kong Unison.

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Hong Kong students form human chain along Shing Mun River in support of Extradition Bill protests

Written by Kristen Wen

With protests in Hong Kong crossing 100 days, “one country, two systems” has undergone a trial by fire. On September 19th at 6pm, the accumulation of anger toward the inaction of the Hong Kong government and police brutality propelled students in and near the Shatin district to congregate around the Shing Mun River.

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‘Seas are rising, and so are we.’ - Hong Kong youth march for climate action

Written By Jobert Leung

The consensus of scientists around the world is that climate change exists, and there is no denying it. However, it seems that only those in positions of authority and influence can stop the march of global warming, and by the look of things they are doing nothing about it, choosing instead to focus on other matters. So what are the young people of this generation, who will bear the brunt of its impact, doing about it?  Enter the School Strike for Climate Action.

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School Strike 4 Climate Action: what does RCHK think?

Written by Hemant Bharwaney

On March 15, 2019, three Hong Kong student activists - Elisa Hirn, Zara Campion and Emily Tarr - will lead several hundred secondary students from Chater Garden to the Central Government Offices in Admiralty in a class boycott inspired by Swedish 16-year old Greta Thunberg’s worldwide grassroots movement #FridaysForFuture.

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