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In Hong Kong: No Celebration, ‘Only a National Tragedy’
October 02, 2019

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
September 04, 2019

Hong Kong Withdraws Extradition Bill That Sparked Protests

By Katie Tam
Is it too little, too late?
Hong Kong’s Summer of Unrest
September 01, 2019

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
August 26, 2019

Hong Kong: The Anatomy of a Protest

By Bonnie Girard
Things started peacefully – the chaos came later.

2 Months on, Hong Kong Remains Defiant
August 21, 2019

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
August 20, 2019

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
August 15, 2019

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.
Hong Kong Airport Shuts Down Amid Pro-Democracy Protest
August 12, 2019

Hong Kong Airport Shuts Down Amid Pro-Democracy Protest

By Yanan Wang and Christopher Bodeen
A sit-in at the main terminal caused the cancellation of all flights, even while protests continued elsewhere in Hong Kong.

Protests, General Strike Bring Hong Kong to a Standstill
August 06, 2019

Protests, General Strike Bring Hong Kong to a Standstill

By Yanan Wang and Christopher Bodeen
Even as disruptions reached the work week, Chief Executive Carrie Lam vows to remain in office.

Lost in Translation: The Hong Kong Government’s Dual Messaging Amid Protests
August 01, 2019

Lost in Translation: The Hong Kong Government’s Dual Messaging Amid Protests

By Kai Yui Samuel Chan and Elizabeth Lui
Why Carrie Lam’s ostensible concession means nothing to Hong Kong activists.

Hong Kong’s Summer of Discontent
July 27, 2019

Hong Kong’s Summer of Discontent

By Eleanor Albert
The anti-extradition bill protests are heating up, not cooling down, as summer wears on.
Hong Kong’s Protests Aren’t Just About the Extradition Bill Anymore
July 25, 2019

Hong Kong’s Protests Aren’t Just About the Extradition Bill Anymore

By Yuen Yung Sherry Chan
The protests are no longer driven by anxiety over a “revival” of the bill, but by other deep-seated issues.

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