Hong Kong’s pro-democracy camp has won two out of four seats in Sunday’s Legislative Council by-elections, which they deemed a de facto “referendum” against the disqualification of opposition lawmakers. HKFP’s Tom Grundy reports for BBC World News Day.
hinese state leader Zhang Dejiang has arrived in Hong Kong, saying that he is ready to look, listen and speak, and highlighting his work during Hong Kong’s 2003 SARS pandemic. Tom Grundy reports on BBC World Service.
Thousands of people are expected to take to the streets on Wednesday during the annual pro-democracy protest that marks Hong Kong’s return to China. It is the first big rally since widespread pro-democracy demonstrations last year and one journalist who followed those protests from the beginning was Tom Grundy. He is now editor of a new online news service in English. The BBC spoke to him about his quest to provide an independent news source in Hong Kong.
Tom Grundy discusses the status of the ongoing pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong as the movement’s conveners surrender to police.
Tom Grundy discusses the status of the ongoing pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong after scenes of unrest at the main Admiralty occupy camp.
Tom Grundy discusses the status of the ongoing pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong after scenes of unrest at the main Admiralty occupy movement camp.
Tom Grundy on BBC World News TV. Discussing the ongoing pro-democracy ‘Umbrella Movement’ protests in Hong Kong.
Tom Grundy interviewed live on BBC World TV from the Occupy Central Admiralty camp, days after the pro-democracy Umbrella Movement began.
Tom Grundy live on BBC World Service Radio, on the ground at a pro-democracy protest in the run-up to Occupy Central.