The four opposition MPs were expelled from Hong Kong's parliament after being accused of endangering national security.
Alvin Yeung, one of those expelled from the Legislative Council Wednesday, told Newsweek the move was "entirely unhealthy."
"Four years ago, Trump won in the 'Rust Belt states' of Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania...But he lost all of them this year," the state-run Global Times outlet wrote Monday.
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam, who is due in Beijing on Tuesday, also praised China's national security law at a media address the day before.
19-year-old Tony Chung, who had previously been arrested for an alleged breach of the national security law, was reportedly detained from a coffee shop near the U.S. Consulate General in Hong Kong and Macau.
The report comes as the U.S. sees its first case of a person catching coronavirus twice.
Chinese broadcaster CCTV said on social platform Weibo that it will broadcast Game 5 of the NBA Finals between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Miami Heat.
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"In order to protect students' interest and safeguard teachers' professionalism and public trust in the teaching profession, the education bureau decided to cancel the teacher's registration."
The advisory is perhaps the most blunt warning yet to Americans who are considering traveling to Hong Kong or mainland China.
Cases have been confirmed in the Netherlands and Belgium after Hong Kong reported a man in his 30s had been infected with SARS-CoV-2 for a second time.
The foreign ministers of the U.S., U.K., Canada, Australia and New Zealand on Sunday condemned the postponement of local elections in Hong Kong.
The multi-millionaire, 71, could face up to a life sentence over 'foreign collusion' as ITV journalist Wilson Li becomes ninth media specialist arrested.
United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo criticized China for arresting four students in Hong Kong last week on charges of "inciting secession," which marks Beijing's implementation of new security laws aimed at curbing pro-democracy protests.
"We condemn the Hong Kong government's decision to postpone for one year its legislative council elections and to disqualify opposition candidates," White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany said.
Hong Kong's Chief Executive Carrie Lam announced the September elections would be postponed a year citing the coronavirus outbreak.
Four students were arrested on Wednesday in Hong Kong under the city's new national security law, which went into effect on July 1.
On Tuesday, the Air Line Pilots Association, which represents FedEx Express pilots, issued a press release, saying that the city posed "unacceptable risks for pilots," related to the coronavirus pandemic.
As of July 28, Asia has recorded more than 3.9 million confirmed COVID-19 cases.
Hong Kong's chief secretary urged city residents to remain in their homes, avoid social contact, and refrain from dining out as much as possible.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam addressed the city's uptick in virus cases and clarified rumors that suggested a lockdown was imminent.
The pro-democracy leader told Newsweek that Chinese encroachment on his home gave him no choice but to take his fight abroad.
The British foreign secretary said it was "necessary and proportionate" to stop this agreement ahead of the U.S., which is expected to take similar steps.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam extended business closures and announced new restrictions for those already permitted to open on Sunday, as the city reported a record daily increase in COVID-19 cases.
The top Chinese and Russian diplomats spoke over the phone Friday about concerns that President Donald Trump's "America first" policy has tarnished the country's international credibility.
"The Hong Kong question is a mirror of the U.S.' extreme arrogance," The Global Times wrote in an editorial.
The Chinese reaction follows the president's signing of an executive order and new legislation after China's passage of a new national security law.
Sports in America used to be unifying, but now they seem to be yet another front of the culture war.