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Beijing Is Winning the Battle But Losing the War in Hong Kong
December 10, 2014

Beijing Is Winning the Battle But Losing the War in Hong Kong

By Ling A. Shiao
The protesters may be exhausted, but China’s problems with Hong Kong most definitely remain.
What Hong Kong Occupy Could Achieve
December 05, 2014

What Hong Kong Occupy Could Achieve

By Stratos Pourzitakis
The protestors may not win genuine universal suffrage for 2017, but they may do something even more important.

Good Art in Bad Times
November 28, 2014

Good Art in Bad Times

By Vera Lim
The Hong Kong Occupy protests have inspired some fascinating art.

Is 2014 the Start of an Asian Spring?
November 20, 2014

Is 2014 the Start of an Asian Spring?

By Nithin Coca
2014 has been an historic year for protests in Asia, where until now political freedom has lagged economic growth.

Is China Incompatible With Democracy?
November 05, 2014

Is China Incompatible With Democracy?

By Barclay Bram Shoemaker
While Hong Kong protests, is it really the case that democracy could never take root on the mainland?
Hong Kong’s Identity Crisis
November 01, 2014

Hong Kong’s Identity Crisis

By Ying Pei
With the recent protests, Hong Kong seeks to chart its own course under the "one country, two systems" policy.

Beijing Should Let Hong Kong ‘Go Democratic First’
October 24, 2014

Beijing Should Let Hong Kong ‘Go Democratic First’

By Hong-cheng Gui and Charles I-hsin Chen
China could do well to follow Deng Xiaoping’s advice.
Putting Hong Kong in Historical Context
October 11, 2014

Putting Hong Kong in Historical Context

By Peter Harris
‘The Occupy Central movement is about a lot of things that concern China’s present and its future.’

After Hong Kong, Macau?
October 11, 2014

After Hong Kong, Macau?

By David Gitter
While Hong Kong protests, Macau is experiencing a political awakening of its own.

‘Today’s Hong Kong, Tomorrow’s Taiwan?’ Nope, the Other Way Around.
October 10, 2014

‘Today’s Hong Kong, Tomorrow’s Taiwan?’ Nope, the Other Way Around.

By Charles I-hsin Chen
They have completely different backgrounds, but there are lessons for Hong Kong in Taiwan.

Hong Kong’s Protesters: A House Divided
October 10, 2014

Hong Kong’s Protesters: A House Divided

By David Volodzko
Student groups may have derailed Occupy Central, but Friday’s government talks could be a reset.
Hong Kong's Big Week
October 09, 2014

Hong Kong's Big Week

By Miguel Candela
A photographic look back on the Occupy Central protests.

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