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Jijay Shen: “Huawei will continue to invest in Ireland and to co-operate with operators to provide the best technology for broadband and mobile.”  Photograph: Jason Clarke

It’s not often you run into a Chinese person willing to give a view on who will win the All-Ireland final but Jijay Shen, Huawei’s man in Ireland, is (...)

Screen grab taken from video released on August 29th from China’s state-run CCTV shows People’s Liberation Army (PLA) troops for the Hong Kong Garrison arriving on a ship in Hong Kong during a routine rotation of personnel. Source: AFP/Getty Images

China rotated troops in its People’s Liberation Army (PLA) garrison in Hong Kong on Thursday, days before protesters planned to hold a march calling f(...)

Huawei mobile services allow users to access the company’s  smartphone apps and to store personal information, including payment details, in the cloud. Photograph: Reuters

Huawei has in recent months transferred many of its mobile software services to an Irish subsidiary called Aspiegel Limited. Some industry insiders s(...)

A protester holding an umbrella and wearing a gas mask reacts after riot police fired tear gas during an anti-government march in Kwun Tong, Hong Kong on Saturday. Photograph: Roman Piley/EPA

Hong Kong police used tear gas to break up anti-government protests in a gritty industrial suburb on Saturday after some activists threw petrol bombs (...)

 Protesters hold hands and wave the light from their phones as they participate in the ‘Hong Kong Way’, at Tsim Sha Tsui, in Hong Kong, China. Photograph: Roman Pilipey/EPA

Supporters of Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement created human chains on both sides of the city’s harbour, inspired by a protest 30 years ago in the B(...)

The Hong Kong Free Free Press said the diplomat the consulate’s Scottish Development International had attended a business event in south-eastern China but failed to return. Photograph: Getty Images

The UK Foreign Office has said it is concerned over reports that a staff member has been detained in China. Simon Cheng Man-kit, who works at the Br(...)

Protest organisers say  1.7m people marched  through Kong Kong city centre   on Sunday, making it the second  largest march of  recent protests. Photograph: Lam Yik Fei/The New York Times

A sea of Hong Kong protesters marched through the dense city centre in the pouring rain on Sunday, defying a police ban, in a vivid display of the mov(...)

Anti-extradition Bill protesters point laser beams outside the Legislative Council in Hong Kong. Photograph: Lillian Suwanrumpha/AFP/Getty

Hundreds of thousands of Hong Kong people flocked to a downtown park for a fresh rally after two months of increasingly violent clashes that have prom(...)

A protest movement that began 10 weeks ago amid anger over a controversial extradition law has evolved into a wider movement for democratic reform whose demands include universal suffrage, an independent inquiry into the handling of the crisis and the resignation of Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam. Photograph: Lam Yik Fei/The New York Times

The standoff between protesters and the authorities is escalating in Hong Kong, and so too is the risk of an intervention by the Chinese security forc(...)

Police clash with anti-government protesters at the airport in Hong Kong, China. Photograph: Thomas Peter/Reuters

Air traffic in Hong Kong was grounded by protests for the second consecutive day on Tuesday, as the city’s chief executive Carrie Lam choked up at a p(...)

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