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Hong Kong Lawyers Protest Beijing's Overreach
November 09, 2016
Hong Kong Lawyers Protest Beijing's Overreach
Over 2,000 lawyers staged a silent protest over Beijing's recent interpretation of Hong Kong's Basic Law.
Hong Kong Lawyers Protest Beijing's Overreach
China Bars Pro-Independence Legislators in Hong Kong
November 07, 2016
China Bars Pro-Independence Legislators in Hong Kong
Hong Kong erupted with more violent protests as the decision came down.
China Bars Pro-Independence Legislators in Hong Kong
Missing Hong Kong Booksellers Case Unravels
June 20, 2016
Missing Hong Kong Booksellers Case Unravels
A startling tell-all press conference by one of the disappeared booksellers sparks protests in Hong Kong.
Missing Hong Kong Booksellers Case Unravels
Lancôme Becomes Collateral Damage in China-Hong Kong Row
June 09, 2016
Lancôme Becomes Collateral Damage in China-Hong Kong Row
The company faces outrage in Hong Kong after seemingly giving in to criticism from Chinese media.
Lancôme Becomes Collateral Damage in China-Hong Kong Row
How Do You Solve a Problem Like Taiwan?
June 07, 2016
How Do You Solve a Problem Like Taiwan?
Beijing must understand the roots of discontent in Taiwan if it wants to truly achieve unification.
How Do You Solve a Problem Like Taiwan?
Why Did Hong Kong's Umbrella Movement Fail?
April 06, 2016
Why Did Hong Kong's Umbrella Movement Fail?
The key to a successful protest in Hong Kong: economic pressure.
Why Did Hong Kong's Umbrella Movement Fail?
Hong Kong: A City on the Edge
February 17, 2016
Hong Kong: A City on the Edge
What has gone wrong in the "Pearl of the Orient"?
Hong Kong: A City on the Edge
Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement, One Year Later
September 24, 2015
Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement, One Year Later
A year on, what can we learn from Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement?
Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement, One Year Later
Asia’s ‘Unruly’ Children
July 31, 2015
Asia’s ‘Unruly’ Children
Understanding cultural hegemony in Asia highlights the difficulties faced by young progressives fighting for change.
Asia’s ‘Unruly’ Children
Is Beijing In Danger of Losing 'Hong Kong'?
July 06, 2015
Is Beijing In Danger of Losing 'Hong Kong'?
It may be the case that Hong Kong will end up more like Taiwan than Taiwan like Hong Kong.
Is Beijing In Danger of Losing 'Hong Kong'?
Hong Kong’s Activist Social Media Culture Under Threat
June 14, 2015
Hong Kong’s Activist Social Media Culture Under Threat
Activists claim that authorities are using an ambiguous ordinance in a selective crackdown on free speech.
Hong Kong’s Activist Social Media Culture Under Threat
How Asia’s Richest Man Is Connected to China’s Leaders
May 02, 2015
How Asia’s Richest Man Is Connected to China’s Leaders
Plus, Hong Kong's splintered protest movement and China's take on the Baltimore riots. Friday China links.
How Asia’s Richest Man Is Connected to China’s Leaders
Anti-Mainland Sentiment on the Rise in Hong Kong
February 24, 2015
Anti-Mainland Sentiment on the Rise in Hong Kong
Recent protests in Hong Kong have openly targeted tourists and students from the Chinese mainland.
Anti-Mainland Sentiment on the Rise in Hong Kong
UK Foreign Office Accepts Beijing’s Plan for Hong Kong Elections
January 16, 2015
UK Foreign Office Accepts Beijing’s Plan for Hong Kong Elections
“Genuine choice” possible under current electoral reform plan, British officials tell Parliament.
UK Foreign Office Accepts Beijing’s Plan for Hong Kong Elections
Post ‘Occupy,’ Hong Kong Government Consolidates Control
January 09, 2015
Post ‘Occupy,’ Hong Kong Government Consolidates Control
Hong Kong's government is pushing ahead with Beijing's election plan while pursuing legal action against protestors.
Post ‘Occupy,’ Hong Kong Government Consolidates Control
Macau: The Poster Child for 'One Country, Two Systems'
December 20, 2014
Macau: The Poster Child for 'One Country, Two Systems'
Today, Macau is a "one country, two systems" success story, but economic problems could threaten its stability.
Macau: The Poster Child for 'One Country, Two Systems'
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