Why China's Supporters in Hong Kong are Divided
By Dominic Chiu
The pro-establishment camp is just as diverse, if not more fractious, than the pro-democracy one.
Did Occupy Central Really Fail?
By Nicholas Gordon
The question is not as straightforward as it might appear.
UK Sees 'Grounds for Concern' About Hong Kong's Freedoms
By Shannon Tiezzi
In its latest report to Parliament, London warns that freedoms in Hong Kong are facing "unprecedented pressure."
Occupy Central: Holding Hong Kong’s ‘Silent Majority’ Hostage
By Jin Kai
The majority of Hongkongers are against the protests, which pose a serious threat to the rule of law and social stability.
Hong Kong's Democrats Should Accept the NPC’s Election Plan
By Dingding Chen
A deal is better than no deal — Rome was not built in a day.