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Hong Kong’s Civil Servants Under Siege
December 07, 2020

Hong Kong’s Civil Servants Under Siege

By Jessie Lau
A civil servant explains the growing pressures facing Hong Kong's bureaucrats.

Hong Kong’s Pro-Democrat Legislators Resign After Controversial Disqualifications
November 12, 2020

Hong Kong’s Pro-Democrat Legislators Resign After Controversial Disqualifications

By Shannon Tiezzi
Following a decision by Beijing that ousted 4 lawmakers, the entire pro-democrat caucus quit en masse, leaving LegCo with virtually no opposition presence.
Pro-Democracy Legislators in Hong Kong Need International Support
May 11, 2020

Pro-Democracy Legislators in Hong Kong Need International Support

By Joy Park
The CCP is taking advantage of the the coronavirus crisis to execute its vision of completely stripping Hong Kong of its remaining freedoms.

Hong Kong’s Protests Amid COVID-19: A Dying Movement or a Halted War?
April 10, 2020

Hong Kong’s Protests Amid COVID-19: A Dying Movement or a Halted War?

By Brian Wong
The seeming peace in Hong Kong reflects a gathering storm on the horizon – a storm Hong Kong and Beijing alike must address.

How Hong Kong’s District Council Elections Offer a Way out of the Political Crisis
November 27, 2019

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.

Why Pro-Beijing Candidates Could Still Triumph in Hong Kong’s District Elections
November 23, 2019

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.

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.
The Path to Reconciliation in Hong Kong
August 31, 2019

The Path to Reconciliation in Hong Kong

By Brian Wong
Hong Kong could take a leaf from Macron’s “Great National Debate.”

The Root Cause of Hong Kong’s Woes (Hint: It's Not China)
August 28, 2019

The Root Cause of Hong Kong’s Woes (Hint: It's Not China)

By Chandran Nair
Hong Kongers do not trust their government to defend their interests, whether against Beijing, big business, or anyone else.

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.

Hong Kong Activists’ Deadline Passes Without Government Response
June 21, 2019

Hong Kong Activists’ Deadline Passes Without Government Response

By Associated Press
Activists are gearing up for another round of protests after the government declines to withdraw the extradition bill.
Hong Kong's Chief Executive-Elect Already Struggling
May 22, 2017

Hong Kong's Chief Executive-Elect Already Struggling

By Cal Wong
Carrie Lam is finding it difficult to fill her cabinet, thanks to restrictions from Beijing.

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