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As COVID-19 Loses Steam, Hong Kong Protests Heat Up
May 02, 2020

As COVID-19 Loses Steam, Hong Kong Protests Heat Up

By Associated Press
Dwindling case counts, coupled with Beijing’s latest moves to consolidate control over the city, have protesters braving in-person demonstrations yet again.
Targeted in Hong Kong, Causeway Bay Books Has a New Home: Taiwan
April 29, 2020

Targeted in Hong Kong, Causeway Bay Books Has a New Home: Taiwan

By Kuang-shun Yang
Lam Wing-kee found refuge in Taiwan. Can the island offer safe harbor to more Hong Kong democracy activists?

Hong Kong Arrests Spark Fears of Crackdown
April 20, 2020

Hong Kong Arrests Spark Fears of Crackdown

By Associated Press
The U.S. and U.K. condemned the arrests of democracy activists over the weekend.

Animal Crossing  Pulled From Chinese E-commerce Platforms
April 13, 2020

Animal Crossing Pulled From Chinese E-commerce Platforms

By Layne Vandenberg
China has unofficially banned the popular video game to continue to suppress online forms of protest amid COVID-19 isolation.

COVID-19 and Protests Need Not Cripple Tourism-Heavy Hong Kong
March 25, 2020

COVID-19 and Protests Need Not Cripple Tourism-Heavy Hong Kong

By Jason Hung
The city is well-positioned to weather both challenges, but it will take innovative policy thinking.
Helping Hong Kong’s Economy Weather Protests and Coronavirus
March 07, 2020

Helping Hong Kong’s Economy Weather Protests and Coronavirus

By Jason Hung
The Hong Kong government has a chance to correct the city’s economic over-reliance on tourism.

The World Must Respond to Hong Kong’s Latest Politicized Arrests
March 06, 2020

The World Must Respond to Hong Kong’s Latest Politicized Arrests

By Benedict Rogers
Arresting mainstream politicians and a media mogul for peaceful protest marks a sharp escalation in the assault on Hong Kong’s freedoms.
One Coronavirus, Two Systems: New Epidemic Hits at Hong Kong’s Political Divide
January 29, 2020

One Coronavirus, Two Systems: New Epidemic Hits at Hong Kong’s Political Divide

By Shannon Tiezzi
The outbreak taps into deep-seated anti-mainland sentiments in Hong Kong.

Beijing’s New Man in Hong Kong
January 09, 2020

Beijing’s New Man in Hong Kong

By Eleanor Albert
Luo Huining is the new Liaison Office chief. Does that signal a new approach from Beijing toward the Hong Kong unrest?

Taiwan Heads to the Polls: What Are the Geopolitical Stakes?
January 07, 2020

Taiwan Heads to the Polls: What Are the Geopolitical Stakes?

By Ankit Panda
What are the stakes in Taiwan’s seventh direct presidential elections?

Hong Kong’s Looming 2047 Question
January 01, 2020

Hong Kong’s Looming 2047 Question

By Brian Wong
The protests that began in 2019 are actually centered on a date nearly 30 years into the future.
How Crime Gangs Prey on the Hong Kong Protests
December 25, 2019

How Crime Gangs Prey on the Hong Kong Protests

By Associated Press
Hong Kong has seen a robbery and burglary crime wave since mass anti-government demonstrations erupted in June.

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