Hong Kong: Law Making and Law Breaking
By Jessie Lau and Jeffrey Wasserstrom
From last year’s protests to the national security law, Hong Kong’s turmoil is largely a question of who gets to make the law – and who gets labeled as breaking it.
Hong Kong Protest Marks Anniversary of Violent Police Clash
By Associated Press
As a new national security law looms, protesters gathered to mark a key moment in 2019's anti-extradition bill protests.
How the Yellow Economic Circle Can Revolutionize Hong Kong
By Simon Shen
Building the grassroots economic movement could be the key to breaking the establishment's economic stranglehold.
Taiwan and Hong Kong Spar Over Fate of Recently Freed Murder Suspect
By Nick Aspinwall
Hong Kong and Taiwan disagree on how to handle the potential return of Chan Tong-kai, wanted for murder in Taiwan.
Inside Hong Kong’s Leaderless Uprising
By Magnus Ag
Young Hong Kongers, with dreams of democracy, continue their grotesquely uneven battle against Beijing.
In Hong Kong: No Celebration, ‘Only a National Tragedy’
By Alexandra Radu
Hong Kong entered its 17th week of protests with violent clashes and an increased riot police presence in the streets.
Hong Kong Withdraws Extradition Bill That Sparked Protests
By Katie Tam
Is it too little, too late?
Hong Kong’s Summer of Unrest
By Jessie Lau
Five years after the Umbrella Movement, Hong Kong is once again in the midst of revolution and reclaiming.
Hong Kong: The Anatomy of a Protest
By Bonnie Girard
Things started peacefully – the chaos came later.
2 Months on, Hong Kong Remains Defiant
By Adryel Talamantes
Hong Kong's protests show no signs of slowing down as the movement enters its 11th week.
The EU Call on Hong Kong's Extradition Bill
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Sandra Marco Colino.
Flights Restart at Hong Kong Airport as Protesters Apologize
By Vincent Thian and Yanan Wang
The occupation of the airport has mostly ended after a day marked by mob violence and altercations with passengers.