Anger against Hong Kong’s extradition bill brought protesters onto the streets in early June.
Why protests have returned to the streets of Hong Kong.
Joshua Wong (left), Alex Chow (centre) and Nathan Law (right) speak to the press outside the Court of Final Appeal after the first hearing in their bid to appeal their jail sentences in Hong Kong on November 7, 2017.
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In Hong Kong, challenges for the new generation of activists are not how to mobilise mass protests, but how to wrestle with the state’s innovative strategy to manage society.
Four pro-democracy Hong Kong lawmakers of the Legislative Council have been ousted.
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Hong Kong’s autonomy and democratic political system are under threat, and pro-democracy advocates are once again ready to act.
The copyright debate has brought back protesters of Hong Kong’s pro-democracy Occupy Movement.
Will they stand with the protestors worried about an erosion of freedoms or with the companies eager to protect their intellectual property?
The pro-Beijing proposal Hong Kong's democracy activists dreaded has been voted down. What now?
The media spotlight has shifted away from Hong Kong and toward President Obama’s visit to Beijing, but students and activists remain in Admiralty and Mong Kok, and their demands for political change have…
News of Hong Kong’s umbrella uprising is being suppressed in China.
Are political developments in Hong Kong heading for a second Tiananmen massacre? A fortnight ago, partly to provoke discussion, partly to sound an alarm, I suggested in a radio interview that unless the…