Several U.S. social media companies have ceased reviewing requests by Hong Kong authorities to search residents’ data, following China’s implementation
Tong Ying-kit, carried a “Liberate Hong Kong” sign and drove his motorcycle into police, knocking over and injuring several officers.
Reading Time: 5 minutes — OPINION — As America celebrates its independence, Hong Kong residents are surrendering their own. On
History goes where we push it. And if we don’t push, someone else will.
Security forces in Hong Kong made over 180 arrests on the first day after China passed a sweeping new national
Beijing’s National People’s Congress bypassed Hong Kong’s legislature and passed the law unanimously.
The bill places sanctions on individuals, entities, and banks that help facilitate greater Chinese control over Hong Kong.
Police denied an application by the group that organizes the vigil, stating that the decision was due to concerns regarding
Its geopolitical hardball could reshape Asia.
Western institutions assumed that cross-cultural exposure would loosen the Chinese regime’s grip. But the risks of such exposure are just
When you can touch Jimmy Lai, you can touch anyone.
Reading Time: 4 minutes HONG KONG — Long lines form outside any store rumored to have stocks of surgical masks,
As China’s authoritarian model begins to show cracks, the West must remain vigilant.
Pro-democracy forces’ stunning dominance of yesterday’s District Council elections could further weaken Chinese president Xi Jinping’s shaky grip on power.
A surge in voter turnout marked a historic local election in Hong Kong on Sunday, as over half of the
Ted Cruz threatened on Friday to override a potential Trump veto of sanctions against Chinese and Hong Kong officials accused
Reading Time: 4 minutes HONG KONG — Kneeling on the ground with his hands handcuffed behind his back and his
If you now don’t want the NBA to ‘stick to sports,’ are you the villain in this story?
However the current crisis ends, the city will never be the same, and that’s a tragedy of historic proportions.
After nine weeks, protesters still aren’t backing down — and China is still wary of both military intervention and concessions