Hong Kong

Bill in Congress Would Punish China for Intrusions in Hong Kong Autonomy
Geopolitics
Bill in Congress Would Punish China for Intrusions in Hong Kong Autonomy
2020-06-08 13:24:02
by Tom Ramstack

WASHINGTON - Congress moved closer Thursday to approving economic sanctions against China for its interference with Hong Kong’s independence. Most Democrats and Republicans on a Senate committee joined in saying the United States must take action to condemn China’s plan... Read More

China’s New ‘Rule of Law’ in Hong Kong Sets Stage for New Protests
China
China’s New ‘Rule of Law’ in Hong Kong Sets Stage for New Protests

BEIJING — The novel coronavirus ground the world to a halt, and restive Hong Kong was no exception. Protests dwindled, social distancing took hold, and the city’s tear-gassed streets and incendiary politics seemed to fade from the world’s attention. In... Read More

From Pimples to Politics: A Hong Kong Boy Band Takes on China
Geopolitics
From Pimples to Politics: A Hong Kong Boy Band Takes on China

HONG KONG — It was Eddie Ho’s worst nightmare: calling one of the boys’ parents to say that they’d been arrested. Ho, 31, had managed Boyz Reborn, a teenage boy band in Hong Kong, since the boys were elementary school... Read More

As Beijing Seethes, Protesters Celebrate Trump’s Signing of Hong Kong Act
In The News
As Beijing Seethes, Protesters Celebrate Trump’s Signing of Hong Kong Act

HONG KONG — Dozens of American flags fluttered in the wind on Thanksgiving night in Hong Kong as thousands gathered at a rally in appreciation of the U.S. passage of two bills supporting human rights in Hong Kong that were... Read More

Unprecedented Hong Kong Chaos Raises Fears About What’s Next
Geopolitics
Unprecedented Hong Kong Chaos Raises Fears About What’s Next

HONG KONG — Hong Kong has seen many violent days since the unrest began in June, but the disruption this week has taken things to a new level — and fears are growing as to what may come next. Protesters... Read More

‘It’s Not About the Money’: What Beijing Doesn’t Get About Hong Kong Protesters
Foreign Affairs
‘It’s Not About the Money’: What Beijing Doesn’t Get About Hong Kong Protesters

BEIJING — Chinese state media released a video this month that was directed at Hong Kong youth and titled: “Shenzhen’s success could be yours too.” It features old and new shots of the mainland city located just across the border... Read More

Hong Kong’s Leader Apologizes as Crowds Demand Her Resignation
Hong Kong
Hong Kong’s Leader Apologizes as Crowds Demand Her Resignation

SINGAPORE — Hong Kong was once again the scene of enormous peaceful demonstrations Sunday, a day after the territory’s chief executive bowed to public pressure by suspending a contentious extradition bill viewed as a challenge to the city’s autonomy. Organizers... Read More

Straight From The Well
scroll top