Hong Kong Pollster Plans to Limit Questions on Sensitive Topics
By Kanis Leung
Hong Kong Public Opinion Research Institute will cancel about one-fourth of its regular survey questions, which have been a valuable gauge of public sentiment in the city.
How Identity Politics Overshadowed Hong Kong
By Jin Kai
An interview with Wong Tsz Yuen, senior reporter at Phoenix TV, on the past, present, and future of Hong Kong through the lens of “identity politics.”
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 Identity and the Rise of Mandarin
By Kevin T. Bielicki
Mandarin has seen massive popularity growth in Hong Kong, but Cantonese, the city’s mother tongue, won’t be erased so easily.
Hong Kong and China: The Language Barrier
By Cal Wong
Hong Kong's Cantonese differentiates it from mainland China, where Mandarin is the lingua franca.
Hong Kong in US-China Relations: Autonomy and Identity
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Bernard Charnwut Chan.
A Fishball Revolution and Umbrella Soldiers: The Battle for Hong Kong's Soul
By Linda van der Horst
In Hong Kong, fears over a lost identity are manifesting in very different ways.
Hong Kong and Taiwan: Evolving Identities
By Euhwa Tran
The national "Chinese" identity is losing ground in both Hong Kong and Taiwan.
Think 228, Not Tiananmen: How Identity Drives the Hong Kong Protests
By Thomas Vien
Like the 228 incident in Taiwan, the Hong Kong protests could be a watershed moment in identity formation.
Trouble in Hong Kong: Beyond the Election Draft Rules
By Jin Kai
Arguments over Hong Kong's 2017 elections mask deeper problems in Hong Kong-mainland relations.