The "Sleeping Bus Tour" lulls riders to sleep who often can only sleep on their commute to work.
The independent news website continues its extensive reporting on Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement as well as the arrests of activists by police.
"We will continue to fully and faithfully the principles of 'one country, two systems' ... and maintain long-term prosperity and stability," Li Keqiang said.
The Hong Kong government said in a Monday statement that the new Elections Committee is "broadly representative" and made up of "a number of subsectors."
The secretary of state was criticizing China for disqualifying seven pro-democracy district councilors.
In a wide-ranging speech, the House speaker also attacked China's human rights record, but said Beijing and Washington must come together on climate change.
The organizers were charged with inciting subversion of a state power under Hong Kong's national security law.
Four pro-democracy activists with Tiananmen vigil organizer the Hong Kong Alliance were detained by police on Wednesday.
The country is currently averaging around 150,000 new COVID cases a day, and around 100,000 hospitalizations.
The Hong Kong police announced a city-wide manhunt after video surfaced of a masked thief robbing a tenth story apartment with a DIY pole and hook
"Expats" is based on the novel "The Expatriates" by Janice Y. K. Lee that follows the lives of a group of expatriates living in Hong Kong.
The tutor denied exaggerating any of her information and said she did not tell the school about her exam results.
A Facebook page made in the name of Hong Kong Falun Gong claimed on Wednesday the religious group was "pulling out" of the city and shutting down its website.
The U.K. thinks spies from China are trying to hide among those fleeing Hong Kong through a special program intended to offer critics of Beijing a way out.
"It is a vain attempt to stigmatize Hong Kong, stigmatize China, and stop at nothing to undermine Hong Kong through petty actions," the Foreign Ministry said.
"Given the politically motivated arrests and trials...we will continue to take steps in support of people in Hong Kong," a White House statement reads.
The crowd at APM mall in Kwun Tong chanted "We are Hong Kong" as a medal was handed out on screen.
Authorities said the children's books looked to "beautify illegal behavior" and simplify political issues "not comprehensible by children."
The former executive Editor-In-Chief was arrested and two former journalists from Apple Daily, were detained following their bail being revoked.
A Cabinet advisory said U.S. businesses should "be aware of potential reputational, regulatory, financial, and, in certain instances, legal risks associated with their Hong Kong operations."
The last meeting between senior Chinese and U.S. officials was in Alaska in March and ended in a row.
The Hong Kong Journalists Association said it is concerned with "the erosion of freedom and the damage done to the diversified media scene."
"Their actions are rooted in the American anxiety that China's development will one day threaten U.S. hegemony," a column published by Xinhua News Agency said.
The group was trying to target public areas in the city "to maximize damage caused to the society," Hong Kong police said.
"We must not let their methods become the new normal," RSF secretary-general Christophe Deloire said in the report.
Police in Hong Kong are preventing pro-democracy rallies in Victoria Park on the anniversary of Hong Kong's handover to China by the U.K.
Nobody should forget the long history of the CCP's atrocities and the persistent dark side of its heavy-handed rule.
After Apple Daily's closure last week, another pro-democracy Hong Kong newspaper said it would stop accepting new subscriptions due to national security laws.
Hong Kong will ban all passenger flights coming in from the U.K. to help prevent to spread of new variants of the coronavirus.
"This will likely get little international media attention but it is a very, very dark moment for press freedom in HK," an Apple Daily columnist tweeted.