Hong Kong to Cut Elected Council Seats in Blow to Democracy
By Kanis Leung
Chief Executive John Lee’s proposal would reduce the proportion of directly elected seats in local district councils to about 20 percent, from some 90 percent currently.
How Hong Kong’s District Council Elections Offer a Way out of the Political Crisis
By Brian Wong
The District Council elections provide both the mandate and opportunity to come to a compromise.
The Pro-Democrats’ Landslide Victory in Hong Kong Is Just the Beginning
By Sanho Chung
The huge triumph of the pro-democracy bloc in the District Council election will not bring democracy to Hong Kong immediately.
Pro-Democracy Camp Wins Landslide in Hong Kong District Elections
By Hugh Bohane
Hong Kongers voted in large numbers in weekend district-level elections. The pro-democracy camp won in a landslide.
Why Pro-Beijing Candidates Could Still Triumph in Hong Kong’s District Elections
By Steven Yet
District-level elections may boost the city’s embattled government rather than undermining it.
Pro-Beijing Lawmaker in Hong Kong Stabbed While Campaigning
By Associated Press
Junius Ho is the latest to fall victim to politically-motivated violence in Hong Kong.