How Organ Donation Become Politicized in Hong Kong
By T-Fai Yeung
As a deeply personal choice takes on political overtones, the truth behind Hong Kong’s low organ donor registration rate becomes harder to find.
Hong Kong’s Dismantled Society
By Michael Mo
The remaking of Hong Kong includes weakening or disbanding political representation down to the neighborhood level.
National Security Laws in General Are Not a Problem. Hong Kong’s Is.
By Larry C. B. Lai and Debby S. W. Chan
Many countries have national security laws. The central question lies in whether the laws primarily protect national security or suffocate civil and political liberties.
Hong Kong’s Protests Amid COVID-19: A Dying Movement or a Halted War?
By Brian Wong
The seeming peace in Hong Kong reflects a gathering storm on the horizon – a storm Hong Kong and Beijing alike must address.
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.
How Will Hong Kong’s 2019 Pro-Democracy Protests End?
By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
The protest movement in Hong Kong continues amid concerns of a Chinese crackdown.