9 Pictures That Show How Respectful and Disciplined People in Hong Kong Are During Protests

Usually, massive protests are designed to promote change over a great injustice, but they can easily get messy…unless you’re in Hong Kong, of course. Recently, the city was plagued by protests over a controversial extradition bill, but these photos prove how respectful and disciplined you can be, even when you’re fighting injustice. They Multi-Tasked While … Read more

Hong Kong democracy activists charged day after new city leader elected

Nine activists to be prosecuted for street protests two years ago despite new chief executive Carrie Lam pledging her election would reunite population Hong Kong police have started a crackdown on pro-democracy lawmakers and activists, informing at least nine people they will be charged for their involvement in a series of street protests more than … Read more

We must resist until China gives Hong Kong a say in our future

If Beijing allows human rights to deteriorate in Hong Kong, its freest city, then the whole country will lose all hope of reform Hong Kongs leader Leung CY Chun-ying is preparing to leave office following a five-year term marred by allegations of corruption, controversial remarks, and unfulfilled promises. He will be the first chief executive … Read more

Ban upheld against Hong Kong MPs who mocked oath of allegiance

Yau Wai-ching and Sixtus Baggio Leung remain disqualified for protest at swearing-in ceremony, while third legislator faces similar sanction A Hong Kong court has upheld a ban on two pro-independence lawmakers, a day after the government signalled it would seek to disqualify a third legislator in an unprecedented series of legal challenges. A panel of … Read more

Screened out? Film charting Hong Kong’s umbrella movement struggles to be seen

Director claims major cinemas are refusing to show his documentary, Yellowing, because they dont want to anger Beijing As police tear gas rained down on student protesters, Chan Tsz-woon grabbed his Canon 50D camera and raced to the frontline. It was the night of 28 September 2014 and, as the umbrella movement protests Yellowing, a … Read more

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