Jiang Zemin Hailed by China’s Top Leaders in Memorial Service
By Associated Press
Current Communist Party leader Xi Jinping praised Jiang in an hour-long address at Beijing's Great Hall of the People.
Xi Defends Vision of Hong Kong on 25th Anniversary of Return
By Zen Soo
Xi Jinping praised the city for overcoming “violent social unrest” and emphasized Beijing’s “comprehensive jurisdiction” over Hong Kong.
Xi Visits a Changed Hong Kong for Handover Anniversary
By Zen Soo
China's top leader is paying his first visit to Hong Kong since the massive protests of 2019 – and the resulting National Security Law that has reshaped life in the city.
Quo Vadis Hong Kong?
By Patrick Hess
Demanding system change -- on either side -- is not a realistic way out of the crisis. Understanding the underlying traumas is.
Tensions Boil Over on Hong Kong Handover Anniversary
By Ken Moritsugu
A group of protesters in Hong Kong broke into the legislature, while tens of thousands marched through the city.
What’s Wrong in Hong Kong?
By Tim Summers
Hong Kong’s story is not just about its relationship with its post-1997 sovereign power.
Hong Kong’s Protesters Live up to Their City’s Heritage
By Bonnie Girard
An intrepid new generation is following in the footsteps of previous Hong Kongers.
The 20th Anniversary of Hong Kong’s Handover
By Kristian McGuire
A Discussion with Richard Bush
Why 1997 Was Asia’s Perfect Storm
By Luke Hunt
1997 was a defining year for Southeast Asia, Hong Kong, and beyond.
Hong Kong’s Make-or-Break Moment
By Brian C. H. Fong
20 years after Hong Kong officially joined the PRC, the “one country, two systems” model hangs in the balance.
China's Vision for Hong Kong
By Zheng Zhu
One Basic Law, two interpretations: the political framework behind Hong Kong's recent controversies.
Why China's Supporters in Hong Kong are Divided
By Dominic Chiu
The pro-establishment camp is just as diverse, if not more fractious, than the pro-democracy one.