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The Humble Beginnings of China's Space Program
April 25, 2015

The Humble Beginnings of China's Space Program

By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, the PLAN's birthday, China in the Middle East, and the truth about Hong Kong's election plan. Friday China links.
Hong Kong's Election Reform Plan Sparks Debate, Protests
April 23, 2015

Hong Kong's Election Reform Plan Sparks Debate, Protests

By Shannon Tiezzi
Hong Kong's government unveiled their proposal for electoral reform and democracy activists aren't happy.

UK Foreign Office Accepts Beijing’s Plan for Hong Kong Elections
January 16, 2015

UK Foreign Office Accepts Beijing’s Plan for Hong Kong Elections

By Shannon Tiezzi
“Genuine choice” possible under current electoral reform plan, British officials tell Parliament.

Post ‘Occupy,’ Hong Kong Government Consolidates Control
January 09, 2015

Post ‘Occupy,’ Hong Kong Government Consolidates Control

By Shannon Tiezzi
Hong Kong's government is pushing ahead with Beijing's election plan while pursuing legal action against protestors.

Hong Kong: Taiwan’s Broken Mirror
December 11, 2014

Hong Kong: Taiwan’s Broken Mirror

By Barclay Bram Shoemaker
The outcome of the protests in one give the other a glimpse of what life might be like should it return to the mainland.
Beijing Is Winning the Battle But Losing the War in Hong Kong
December 10, 2014

Beijing Is Winning the Battle But Losing the War in Hong Kong

By Ling A. Shiao
The protesters may be exhausted, but China’s problems with Hong Kong most definitely remain.

Don't Overdo the Pessimism on Hong Kong Reforms
September 22, 2014

Don't Overdo the Pessimism on Hong Kong Reforms

By Nicholas Gordon
Unless Beijing actually does what outside critics fear, it doesn’t help to act like Hong Kong’s reform process is over.
The Economic Impact of Hong Kong’s Political Crossroads
September 07, 2014

The Economic Impact of Hong Kong’s Political Crossroads

By Sara Hsu
Constraints on Hong Kong’s political future could well have economic repercussions.

Hong Kong's Democrats Should Accept the NPC’s Election Plan
September 05, 2014

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.

Hong Kong and China: Mourning the Democracy Dream
September 04, 2014

Hong Kong and China: Mourning the Democracy Dream

By Yang Hengjun
Beijing's approach to Hong Kong is a blow to larger hopes for Chinese democracy.

Hong Kong on Edge
September 01, 2014

Hong Kong on Edge

By Luke Hunt
Frustration and anxiety are growing as Beijing battens down the hatches on democracy.
China Drafts Rules for Hong Kong Elections
August 29, 2014

China Drafts Rules for Hong Kong Elections

By Shannon Tiezzi
Details of the draft suggest Beijing is holding to a hard-line stance in the face of pan-democrat opposition.

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