Tens of thousands of anti-government protesters have taken to the streets of Hong Kong for the first time since the storming of parliament on July 01st. Protesters marched in an area popular with mainland Chinese tourists, in a bid to explain their concerns over a controversial extradition bill. Hong Kong enjoys rights and freedoms not seen on mainland China, including free speech and the right to protest. The territory has seen multiple protests during the past month over the extradition bill.
- The government considers setting up cadet units at higher educational institutions
- All stamp collectors’ associations need to be registered with the Sri Lanka Philatelic Bureau