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Hong Kong

Why did Hong Kong arrest media mogul Jimmy Lai?

Hong Kong police arrested media mogul Jimmy Lai Chee-Ying (黎智英 Lí Zhìyīng) this morning (Friday February 28). Lai made his…

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Jimmy Lai and two democracy advocates arrested on flimsy charges

Apple Daily founder Jimmy Lai Hong Kong has crossed another line. The South China Morning Post reports on three high-profile…

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‘The uncertainty is oppressive’: A coronavirus dispatch from Hong Kong

Boredom, anxiety, and frustration: With classes cancelled indefinitely, a university student in Hong Kong explains how she and her classmates…

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Cómo los Diplomáticos Chinos Utilizan RRSS para difundir la Narrativa de Beijing

Desde principios de la década del año 2000, el gobierno chino ha invertido miles de millones de dólares en medio…

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Out of the Gobi: Weijian Shan on the Cultural Revolution, economic reform, and U.S.-China ties

How does a bookish Beijing teenager, who found himself stuck for six years planting potatoes in the Gobi Desert, grow…

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Reimagining Hong Kong’s political communities

Jessie Lau is a writer, editor, and researcher from Hong Kong who explores identity, human rights, and politics. Her writing…

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The Hong Kong protests: The view from campus

On this week’s show, Kaiser chats with Alejandro Reyes, an associate professor at the University of Hong Kong and a…

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Nationalism ruined my Chinese friendships

Xinjiang. Hong Kong. Democracy. Racism. How does an American-educated Chinese talk to her mainland Chinese friends about these subjects? Connie…

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‘Tree Hole’: Where mainland Chinese confess their support for the Hong Kong protests

One person’s attempt to bridge the chasm between Hong Kong protesters and would-be mainland Chinese allies. For the past six…

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Is Xinhua shifting focus of Hong Kong message to domestic audience?

Pictured: Carrie Lam, December 3 (Xinhua) As far as I know, yesterday was the first time in the last six…

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Trump signs bill supporting Hong Kong protesters

Despite his best efforts, U.S. President Donald Trump has not been able to ignore the Hong Kong protests as he…

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After the champagne, a long road ahead: How Hong Kong’s pan-democrats can capitalize on their election wins

Sunday’s District Council elections saw sweeping victories for Hong Kong’s pro-democracy camp, but the fact remains that a large portion…

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Is Hong Kong in its ‘death throes’?

Photo: Lam Yik Fei, New York Times Two months into the Hong Kong protests this year, the respected lawyer Dan…

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Talking to my mother about Hong Kong

I wonder how much my mother has been projecting our tortured relationship onto the events in Hong Kong over the…

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Hong Kong landslide for pro-democracy candidates

Hongkongers showed up to the polls in unprecedented numbers on November 24 to deliver a strong rebuke to the government…

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