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Hong Kong Voices in American Politics
November 25, 2020

Hong Kong Voices in American Politics

By Maggie Shum and Victoria Tin-bor Hui
Preliminary survey results suggest President-elect Biden has some convincing to do to win the confidence of Hong Kong Americans.

The Intensifying Pressures to Further ‘Reform’ Hong Kong’s Courts
November 23, 2020

The Intensifying Pressures to Further ‘Reform’ Hong Kong’s Courts

By Jerome A. Cohen
With LegCo subdued, Beijing is turning its attention to Hong Kong’s independent judiciary.
Five Eyes Countries Issue Joint Statement on Hong Kong
November 19, 2020

Five Eyes Countries Issue Joint Statement on Hong Kong

By Abhijnan Rej
It prompted a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson to retort with a threat seemingly straight out of the Old Testament.

The Impact of Hong Kong’s Opposition-Less Legislature
November 19, 2020

The Impact of Hong Kong’s Opposition-Less Legislature

By Jessie Lau
By forcing out pro-democracy legislators, authorities have snuffed out one of the last official channels for voicing dissent and holding the government accountable.

Former Hong Kong Lawmakers Who Disrupted Session Arrested
November 18, 2020

Former Hong Kong Lawmakers Who Disrupted Session Arrested

By Associated Press
Ted Hui, Eddie Chu and Raymond Chan have been arrested this week over incidents in the legislature's main chamber several months ago.

Support for Trump in Hong Kong and Taiwan Is Unsurprising (But Misguided)
November 17, 2020

Support for Trump in Hong Kong and Taiwan Is Unsurprising (But Misguided)

By Ja Ian Chong
Worry about the reliability of Democratic presidents is based on a selective reading of past and current events.

What Does a Biden Presidency Mean to Hong Kong’s Democratic Movement?
November 14, 2020

What Does a Biden Presidency Mean to Hong Kong’s Democratic Movement?

By Thomas Chan
Many in the Hong Kong protest movement saw Donald Trump as their only hope, but they shouldn’t give up on the Biden administration.
Hong Kong’s Pro-Democrat Legislators Resign After Controversial Disqualifications
November 12, 2020

Hong Kong’s Pro-Democrat Legislators Resign After Controversial Disqualifications

By Shannon Tiezzi
Following a decision by Beijing that ousted 4 lawmakers, the entire pro-democrat caucus quit en masse, leaving LegCo with virtually no opposition presence.

Hong Kong’s Public Broadcaster Under Siege
November 11, 2020

Hong Kong’s Public Broadcaster Under Siege

By Jessie Lau
The arrest of a freelance journalist in connection with her work on an investigation is just the latest challenge to RTHK’s reporting.

Why International Sanctions on Hong Kong May Not Work as Expected
November 10, 2020

Why International Sanctions on Hong Kong May Not Work as Expected

By Jin Kai
The moves announced so far are mostly symbolic – and far from enough to change Beijing’s calculus.

Lam Says Next US President Should Not Interfere in Hong Kong
November 07, 2020

Lam Says Next US President Should Not Interfere in Hong Kong

By Associated Press
During a visit to Beijing, Hong Kong's leader denounced U.S. sanctions targeting the national security law.
Market Debut of Chinese E-finance Giant Ant Group Postponed
November 04, 2020

Market Debut of Chinese E-finance Giant Ant Group Postponed

By Associated Press
It was hoped that Ant's debut would put a spotlight on China’s economic rebound from the pandemic.

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