Kong Qingdao

Why Is Hong Kong So Jumpy?

Trefor Moss writes for The Diplomat about the nasty debate flaring over Hong Kong’s relationship with mainland China, and the root of Hong Kong’s recent uneasiness: Hong Kong’s existential worries flow from a nagging...

Running Dogs and Locusts

A deep rift in cultural identity has come into the spotlight through public expressions of the tension that exists between residents of Hong Kong and those of the mainland. The Economist outlines the beginnings of the most...

Chinese Academic Puts the Bite on Hong Kong

Chinese professor and descendant of Confucius, Kong Qingdong, recently said in an interview that people from Hong Kong are “dogs” and “bastards” in response to a video of a mainland tourist and Hong...



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