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What Hong Kong’s Urban Poor Can Tell Us About Climate Change’s Toll on Public Health
November 19, 2021

What Hong Kong’s Urban Poor Can Tell Us About Climate Change’s Toll on Public Health

By Crystal Chow and Crystal Ying Chan
As Asia’s cities grapple with the growing risk of mosquito-borne diseases amid rising temperatures, collaborative action is key to filling data gaps

Hong Kong’s Media Under Siege
October 22, 2021

Hong Kong’s Media Under Siege

By Angeli Datt
As the world celebrates journalists, this year's Nobel Peace Prize recipients, Hong Kong silences the media.
Artist Wants Hong Kong Sculpture Back as Deadline for Removal Passes
October 13, 2021

Artist Wants Hong Kong Sculpture Back as Deadline for Removal Passes

By Associated Press
The removal order is “an attack against the memory about the Tiananmen crackdown,” artist Jens Galschioet said.

The Downfall of Hong Kong’s Privacy Law
September 15, 2021

The Downfall of Hong Kong’s Privacy Law

By Charles Mok
Instead of protecting citizens’ privacy, Hong Kong’s latest privacy law amendment is all about anti-doxxing. How did we get here?

Ahead of Hong Kong Elections, Companies Must Act to Protect Digital Rights
September 07, 2021

Ahead of Hong Kong Elections, Companies Must Act to Protect Digital Rights

By Angeli Datt and Isabel Linzer
The private sector may be forced to choose between enabling and resisting state repression.

Hong Kong’s Sedition Law Is Back
September 03, 2021

Hong Kong’s Sedition Law Is Back

By Eric Lai
Instead of using the more provocative national security law, Hong Kong is turning to colonial-era ordinances to crack down on free speech.

Hong Kong Crackdown Continues With Canceled Concerts, Sentenced Activists
September 02, 2021

Hong Kong Crackdown Continues With Canceled Concerts, Sentenced Activists

By Associated Press
Denise Ho’s sold-out concerts were canceled, feeding concerns that Hong Kong’s cultural scene is the latest target of China’s tightening control.
How China’s Worldview Took Over Hong Kong
September 01, 2021

How China’s Worldview Took Over Hong Kong

By Simon Shen
Hong Kong’s changing stance on sensitive issues like Tiananmen is a cautionary tale for the rest of the world.

People Fleeing Hong Kong Crackdown Get Temporary US Haven
August 06, 2021

People Fleeing Hong Kong Crackdown Get Temporary US Haven

By Ben Fox
The measure allows Hong Kongers currently residing in the U.S. to live and work in the country for 18 months.

Apple Daily Stays Alive in Taiwan After Closure in Hong Kong
June 26, 2021

Apple Daily Stays Alive in Taiwan After Closure in Hong Kong

By Nick Aspinwall
Taiwan also recalled its diplomats from Hong Kong last weekend after city officials forced them to support Beijing’s “one China” claim.

Security Chief Named Hong Kong’s No. 2 Official Amid Clampdown
June 25, 2021

Security Chief Named Hong Kong’s No. 2 Official Amid Clampdown

By Associated Press
The move came the day after the pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily was forced to close its doors.
Hong Kong’s Embattled Apple Daily to Close by Saturday
June 23, 2021

Hong Kong’s Embattled Apple Daily to Close by Saturday

By Zen Soo and Matthew Cheng
The newspaper's parent company said that it would close due to "the current circumstances prevailing in Hong Kong."

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