Category: Cardinal Joseph Zen

Former Vatican-Hong Kong Bishop: No More Freedom of Religions in HK

In March, the Vatican-Hong Kong chaplain Monsignor Javier Herrera Corona delivered a stark message to warn local catholic churches, “You will experience the same restrictions as the churches in mainland China in the future. The freedom of religions we have enjoyed will be a page of the past.” Mexico-born Monsignor Javier Herrera Corona ended his…


Former Vatican-Hong Kong Bishop: No More Freedom of Religions in Hong Kong

In March, the Vatican-Hong Kong chaplain Monsignor Javier Herrera Corona delivered a stark message to warn local catholic churches, “You will experience the same restrictions as the churches in mainland China in the future. The freedom of religions we have enjoyed will be a page of the past.” Mexico-born Monsignor Javier Herrera Corona ended his…


From Tiananmen in1989 to Hong Kong’s Ongoing Political Crackdown

Commentary By the time this article is published, we have just a few days left before June 4, the 33rd anniversary of the 1989 Tiananmen Massacre. With the imposition of the National Security Law (NSL) for almost 2 years, the political atmosphere in Hong Kong is tense, almost like at Tiananmen Square in Beijing. This…


From Tiananmen in 1989 to Hong Kong’s Ongoing Political Crackdown

Commentary By the time this article is published, we have just a few days left before June 4, the 33rd anniversary of the 1989 Tiananmen Massacre. With the imposition of the National Security Law (NSL) for almost 2 years, the political atmosphere in Hong Kong is tense, almost like at Tiananmen Square in Beijing. This…


UK Urged to Shun Trade Talks With China After 90-Year-Old Hong Kong Cardinal Arrested

The British government has been urged to sanction Hong Kong and Beijing officials and shun trade talks with the Chinese regime, after Hong Kong authorities arrested five pro-democracy figures including 90-year-old Cardinal Joseph Zen. Hong Kong police arrested Zen, who was the former head of the Catholic Church in Hong Kong, as well as singer…


CCP Threatens Hong Kong’s Cardinal Zen and Christian Churches

Commentary During the final week of January, an ominous series of articles in Ta Kung Pao, a Hong Kong newspaper owned by China’s liaison office, accuse Cardinal Joseph Zen, bishop emeritus of Hong Kong, and Christian churches there of inciting student riots against repressive measures in 2019. Four vitriolic articles, all underscoring the need for…