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Hong Kong Chief Executive Meddled With Investigation of Secret Payments
May 16, 2017
Hong Kong Chief Executive Meddled With Investigation of Secret Payments
CY Leung admits to funneling his concerns through a pro-Beijing lawmaker on the investigation committee.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Meddled With Investigation of Secret Payments
China Celebrates 27th Anniversary of Hong Kong Basic Law With Threats
May 02, 2017
China Celebrates 27th Anniversary of Hong Kong Basic Law With Threats
Chinese scholars and officials emphasize that Hong Kong's autonomy is a gift from Beijing – and can be revoked.
China Celebrates 27th Anniversary of Hong Kong Basic Law With Threats
Hong Kong’s Democrats and the Chief Executive Election: Selecting a Lesser Evil?
March 23, 2017
Hong Kong’s Democrats and the Chief Executive Election: Selecting a Lesser Evil?
With little hope of winning themselves, the pan-democrats plan to side with a pro-Beijing underdog.
Hong Kong’s Democrats and the Chief Executive Election: Selecting a Lesser Evil?
Hong Kong's Chief Executive CY Leung Elevated to Mainland Post
March 14, 2017
Hong Kong's Chief Executive CY Leung Elevated to Mainland Post
Hong Kong's controversial leader is elected vice chairman of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference.
Hong Kong's Chief Executive CY Leung Elevated to Mainland Post
Why China's Supporters in Hong Kong are Divided
January 20, 2017
Why China's Supporters in Hong Kong are Divided
The pro-establishment camp is just as diverse, if not more fractious, than the pro-democracy one.
Why China's Supporters in Hong Kong are Divided
Hong Kong Has Its First Contender for Next Chief Executive
October 27, 2016
Hong Kong Has Its First Contender for Next Chief Executive
Retired High Court judge Woo Kwok-hing becomes the first to officially declare his candidacy for the 2017 race.
Hong Kong Has Its First Contender for Next Chief Executive
Hong Kong's Executive and Legislative Branches Clash
October 19, 2016
Hong Kong's Executive and Legislative Branches Clash
Pro-Beijing legislators staged a walkout, preventing two localist legislators from being sworn in.
Hong Kong's Executive and Legislative Branches Clash
Political Scrambling in Hong Kong Begins
October 05, 2016
Political Scrambling in Hong Kong Begins
Politicians (and Beijing) are already preparing themselves for the 2017 chief executive race.
Political Scrambling in Hong Kong Begins
Hong Kong Chief Threatens to Sue Newspaper
October 01, 2016
Hong Kong Chief Threatens to Sue Newspaper
CY Leung threatens to sue Apple Daily for seeking to undermine a potential reelection campaign.
Hong Kong Chief Threatens to Sue Newspaper
New Legislator Grills Hong Kong Chief Executive on Land Development Deal
September 21, 2016
New Legislator Grills Hong Kong Chief Executive on Land Development Deal
CY Leung faces questions over his role in a public housing deal with possible links to the triad.
New Legislator Grills Hong Kong Chief Executive on Land Development Deal
Hong Kong’s New Political Blood
September 07, 2016
Hong Kong’s New Political Blood
Hong Kong's localists captured a surprising amount of the vote -- which is bad news for Beijing.
Hong Kong’s New Political Blood
Hong Kong Corruption Watchdog’s Independence at Risk
July 14, 2016
Hong Kong Corruption Watchdog’s Independence at Risk
Questions arise after the Independent Commission Against Corruption's head of operations is removed.
Hong Kong Corruption Watchdog’s Independence at Risk
After Violent Clashes, Hong Kong Leader Promises Crackdown on Protests
December 02, 2014
After Violent Clashes, Hong Kong Leader Promises Crackdown on Protests
The Hong Kong government warns protestors that it is out of patience.
After Violent Clashes, Hong Kong Leader Promises Crackdown on Protests
China’s ‘Shadow’ Network of International Organizations
October 31, 2014
China’s ‘Shadow’ Network of International Organizations
Plus, China vs. Ebola, the Hong Kong protests, and your guide to talking about maritime disputes. Friday China links.
China’s ‘Shadow’ Network of International Organizations
Hong Kong's Leader: Universal Suffrage Threatens Business Interests
October 21, 2014
Hong Kong's Leader: Universal Suffrage Threatens Business Interests
Chief Executive CY Leung said that universal suffrage could turn Hong Kong into a welfare state.
Hong Kong's Leader: Universal Suffrage Threatens Business Interests
Anonymous: ‘We Will Shutdown China’ in Support of Hong Kong Protestors
October 11, 2014
Anonymous: ‘We Will Shutdown China’ in Support of Hong Kong Protestors
Plus, Hong Kong cancels talks with protestors and CY Leung's secret $6.5 million windfall. Friday Hong Kong links.
Anonymous: ‘We Will Shutdown China’ in Support of Hong Kong Protestors
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