Hundreds of thousands marched again in Hong Kong on Monday to mark the 22nd anniversary of the...
by Sophie Beach | Nov 7, 2016
In a widely anticipated move, the National People’s Congress Standing Committee issued an...
by Sophie Beach | Nov 4, 2016
Update (November 6, 9:00 pm PST): The National People’s Congress has issued an...
by Sophie Beach | Oct 14, 2016
In September, a record turnout in Hong Kong elected a number of young pro-democracy and localist...
by Cindy | Sep 9, 2016
On September 4th, Hong Kong elected a new generation of pro-democratic lawmakers to the...
by Cindy | Sep 6, 2016
On Sunday, voters in Hong Kong turned out in record numbers to elect a new generation of young...
by Sophie Beach | Nov 18, 2014
Following a largely peaceful clearance by bailiffs of a part of the protest site at Admiralty, Hong Kong, a small group of protesters attacked the Legislative Council office building, breaking glass windows. James Pomfret at...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 13, 2011
Human Rights Watch has called for an investigation into alleged police mistreatment of participants and journalists at July 1st protests in Hong Kong. Journalists have alleged that police at the scene unnecessarily used pepper...
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