Citizens' Radio

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Citizens' Radio is a radio station in Hong Kong established by pro-democracy camp figure Tsang Kin Shing.wikipedia
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Szeto Wah

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On 25 May 2007 Szeto Wah was speaking in a Mong Kok pedestrianised street hosted by Citizen's Radio.
On 25 May 2007 Szeto Wah was one of eight people arrested and charged with speaking at a radio show broadcast hosted by the unlicensed Citizen's Radio on the subject of the 1989 Tiananmen Square protest.

Tsang Kin-shing

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Citizens' Radio is a radio station in Hong Kong established by pro-democracy camp figure Tsang Kin Shing.
He is mostly known as the founder of the controversial Citizens' Radio.

Pro-democracy camp (Hong Kong)

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Citizens' Radio is a radio station in Hong Kong established by pro-democracy camp figure Tsang Kin Shing.

Hong Kong Island

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The programmes can be heard in parts of Hong Kong Island, most of Kowloon, and on the Internet.

Kowloon

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The programmes can be heard in parts of Hong Kong Island, most of Kowloon, and on the Internet.

Hong Kong 1 July marches

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The station has also made live broadcasts of the Hong Kong 1 July marches and Vindicate 4 June and Relay Torch in the past.

Hong Kong Broadcasting Authority

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Tsang has submitted an application for a sound broadcasting licence to the Broadcasting Authority, but the application is still pending.

Office of the Communications Authority

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On 29 August 2006 with the court search warrant, the Office of the Telecommunications Authority forced the station to close down.

Civil disobedience

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The station has been repeatedly raided by the Telecommunications Authority since but it kept on broadcasting as a form of civil disobedience.

Mong Kok

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On 25 May 2007 Szeto Wah was speaking in a Mong Kok pedestrianised street hosted by Citizen's Radio.

1989 Tiananmen Square protests

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The topic of the programme involved the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989.

Chief Executive of Hong Kong

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Only the chief executive or the director general of the Telecommunications Authority have the power to approve licences for such equipment.

Anthony Cheung

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Other members who have spoken on the radio station included Anthony Cheung Bing Leung and legislator Choy So-yuk of the pro-Beijing Democratic Alliance for the Betterment of Hong Kong.

Choy So-yuk

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Other members who have spoken on the radio station included Anthony Cheung Bing Leung and legislator Choy So-yuk of the pro-Beijing Democratic Alliance for the Betterment of Hong Kong.

Democratic Alliance for the Betterment and Progress of Hong Kong

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Other members who have spoken on the radio station included Anthony Cheung Bing Leung and legislator Choy So-yuk of the pro-Beijing Democratic Alliance for the Betterment of Hong Kong.

Leung Kwok-hung

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Leung Kwok-hung (Longhair) added that this is "selective prosecution".

Hong Kong Journalists Association

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Mak Yin-ting, general secretary of the Hong Kong Journalists Association have said "Everything is subject to government discretion. The government can grant or deny you a license as long as it wishes. It is not in accordance with the rule of law."

Wong Yan-lung

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After the prosecution, Hong Kong's Secretary for Justice Wong Yan Lung slumped to a six-month low in public confidence.