How Organ Donation Become Politicized in Hong Kong
By T-Fai Yeung
As a deeply personal choice takes on political overtones, the truth behind Hong Kong’s low organ donor registration rate becomes harder to find.
Hong Kong Leader Condemns Unusual Uptick in Registration Withdrawals From Organ Donation System
By Kanis Leung
Since raising the possibility of establishing an organ transplant mutual assistance program with mainland China in December, Hong Kong has received nearly 5,800 withdrawal applications.
After 17 Years of Persecution, Falun Gong Survives
By Levi Browde
There are even signs that Chinese officials may be on the defensive.