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Q: I live in HK, can I teach on-line through eChinacities?

I am looking for students who are interested to take on-line and remote classes

5 weeks 3 days ago in  Teaching & Learning - China

 
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You should list through the new security law in HK ... 

 

Hong Kong's new security law: Why it scares people - BBC News

 

 

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Trials can be held in secret (Article 41) and without a jury (Article 46). Judges can be handpicked (Article 44) by Hong Kong's chief executive, who is answerable directly to Beijing.

The law also reverses a presumption that suspects will be granted bail (Article 42).

That same provision also appears to suggest there is no time limit on how long suspects can be held. It says only that cases should be handled in a "timely manner".

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