Hong Kongers in Exile Fight for Their Truth – and Ukrainians
By Allia Bukhari
Hong Kongers say both communities share a common struggle to defend democracy and freedom in Asia and Europe respectively.
Hong Kong’s Vaccination Drive Leaves Out Refugees
By Jessie Lau
Hong Kong is one of the easiest places in the world to get a vaccine and access to public health services. Unless you’re a refugee, that is.
Hong Kong’s Activists in Exile
By The Diplomat staff
From Nathan Law to Ted Hui, a growing number of pro-democracy figures are choosing life overseas amid a widening crackdown at home.
Taiwan Opens Office to Help People Fleeing Hong Kong in Wake of National Security Law
By Nick Aspinwall
Taiwan on Wednesday launched a new office to process applications by Hong Kong nationals seeking to work, study, or seek asylum in the country.
How Can the World Help Hong Kong?
By Benedict Rogers and Johnny Patterson
It is time for coordinated international action to give Hong Kongers a lifeline.
Hong Kong’s Refugees in the Time of Coronavirus
By Jason Hung
Hong Kong’s most marginalized – including refugees – are at particular risk. Time for the government and society to take action.