The HRIC Daily Brief is a daily selection of news stories and commentary related to human rights in China, drawn from Chinese- and English-language news and online media sources that we monitor daily. In addition to headlines and source links, HRIC also provides English translation of Chinese headlines.

Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Hong Kong (香港)

鄺俊宇遇襲受傷 施襲者攝錄機記錄過程 (Legislator Roy Kwong attacked in Tin Shui Wai, hospitalized for neck trauma; attackers filmed incident)
Ming Pao, September 24, 2019

Hong Kong trainee solicitor allowed to practice after clarifying ‘hate speech’ against police
Hong Kong Free Press, September 24, 2019

Police violence now primary concern of Hong Kong protesters
China Digital Times, September 23, 2019

How Hong Kong police trained for riots, and why their response to protesters has been so violent
Hong Kong Free Press, September 24, 2019

Hong Kong: Government must investigate police violations and push back against Beijing’s “red line”
Amnesty International, September 24, 2019

Hong Kong protests: police deny beating man during rally and say video of incident only shows officers kicking ‘yellow object’
South China Morning Post, September 23, 2019

Hong Kong protests: city set to tone down Chinese National Day celebrations to avoid potential chaos and embarrassment
South China Morning Post, September 23, 2019

首場社區對話截止申請 逾2萬宗申請 (Over 20,000 people apply to attend Carrie Lam’s first community dialogue, only 150 to be selected by draw)
Radio Television Hong Kong, September 23, 2019

何君堯促特首動用《緊急法》 設辱警罪、防止記者阻礙警方執法等 蔣麗芸倡立《蒙面法》 (Junius Ho urges Carrie Lam to invoke Emergency Law to pass laws to crack down on protests)
Stand News, September 23, 2019

Chinese reporter beaten in Hong Kong gets cash reward
Inkstone, September 23, 2019