Pro-democracy Publisher Jimmy Lai Found Guilty on Fraud Charges
By Kanis Leung
Lai, former publisher of Hong Kong’s Apple Daily, has been targeted in a series of prosecutions apparently aimed at punishing him for his past activism.
Children’s Books Branded Seditious in Hong Kong
By Michael C. Davis
A recent court case drives home concerns about the overly broad use of Hong Kong’s resurrected sedition law.
Hong Kong Is Unrecognizable After 2 Years Under the National Security Law
By Angeli Datt
Five ways the law has deepened authoritarianism in the territory as conditions are set to worsen.
China’s Insistence on ‘Zero COVID’ in Hong Kong Has a Deeper Meaning
By William Nee
Beijing’s attack on Hong Kong’s elite may have consequences that outlast the pandemic.
The G-20 Can’t Ignore the World’s China Problem
By Nathan Law and Rahima Mahmut
A regime that is allowed to commit genocide and violate international agreements with impunity is a regime that will be emboldened to continue to commit atrocity crimes and threaten others beyond its borders.
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.
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 Editors Arrested Under Hong Kong Security Law
By Zen Soon
The five editors and executives are accused of conspiring with foreign countries to impose sanctions against China and Hong Kong.
The G-7 Must Talk About 3 Urgent Asia Issues
By Benedict Rogers
The crises in Xinjiang, Hong Kong, and Myanmar must be discussed – and all three involve a serious consideration of the China problem.
Hong Kong’s New Police State
By Victoria Tin-bor Hui
Beijing is establishing a police state in Hong Kong – even if it risks destroying the international city.
The EU’s Cynical Hong Kong Proposal
By Martin Sebena
The bloc’s offer to Hong Kongers sends the message that Europe only supports the rich.
Hong Kong’s Present Echoes Tibet’s Past
By Simon Shen
In both 1959 Tibet and 2019 Hong Kong, popular dissent became a flashpoint for the end of meaningful autonomy - just as Beijing had planned.