Randomly selected speakers take the city's leader to task, and call for an independent inquiry into police violence and failure to protect protesters.
The move is part of a bid to complete "minimum data requirements for policing," official documents indicate.
Social media users say government censors are shutting down chat groups, while censorship circumvention tools are losing their effectiveness.
Meanwhile, China hits out at US concern over Hong Kong's rights and freedoms expressed in Trump's UN speech.
Wang Meiyu had repeatedly called for democratic elections and the resignation of China's president and premier.
A senior officer dismisses video footage of an attack on a protester as potentially fake.
Lee Ming-cheh should be allowed out of prison on temporary leave to attend the funeral of his father, his wife says.
Chen Yunfei has a long history of supporting pro-democracy movements and standing up for human rights.
The authorities shut down subway stations and limit transportation to the city's international airport.
Kiribati becomes the second island Pacific nation in a week to break off diplomatic ties with the Republic of China on Taiwan in favor of Beijing.
The rights group cites a number of cases of cruel, inhuman, and degrading treatment as well as 'reckless' use of force against protesters.
Police are 'investigating' after Yu Zhirong is believed to have become caught up in nationwide security measures ahead of National Day.
The Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act looks set to move forward in the House of Representatives next week.
Social media comments suggest that the Chinese internet is undergoing stricter-than-ever control and censorship ahead of a politically sensitive anniversary on Oct. 1.
The Hong Kong Jockey Club cancels a weekly race meet amid concern that the venue could be targeted by anti-extradition protesters.
States from Thailand to Uganda to Venezuela eagerly copy China’s surveillance, censorship model.
Defense chief Delfin Lorenzana apparently unaware of the deal, presidential spokesman Salvador Panelo says.
An Australia-based scholar says Canberra has tiptoed around Beijing for fear of having a negative impact on trade ties and economic growth.
President Tsai Ing-wen says she won't cave in to threats from Beijing, accusing it of trying to influence the elections.
Pro-democracy politicians hit out at the police for failing to arrest pro-China attackers in white T-shirts at the weekend.
Lhamjab A. Borjigin says in a smuggled audio recording that he has been prevented from contacting anyone and required to make daily trips to the police station.
Crackdown comes amid fears that influx of foreign workers could pose a security threat.
Chinese nationals in exile say they all have experience of being contacted by agents of Beijing, as the Green Party calls for tougher
Anti-extradition protesters climb iconic hills, lining them with lights over Mid-Autumn Festival.
Blood and guts, sex, corruption, and satire are all off-limits to content creators inside the Great Firewall.
The facility will be located in southeastern Cox’s Bazar district, according to Faruk Khan.
Kuala Lumpur, Beijing “on the same page” over “code of conduct” in contested sea region, Malaysia’s top envoy says.
Denise Ho is in Taiwan to drum up support for the anti-extradition movement in Hong Kong.
Police in Xinjiang detain around 30 people, with at least one person sentenced to 15 years' imprisonment.
Foreign affairs secretary says Beijing is backing off on excluding other navies from the waterway.