Hong Kong-born Canadians lauded for activism against racism and human rights abuses

Hong Kong-born Canadians lauded for activism against racism and human rights abuses

In their adopted city of Vancouver, two Hong Kong-born Canadians have been lauded for their role in the fight against racism and human rights abuses….

Taking to the streets: The rise and fall of radical politics in Hong Kong

Taking to the streets: The rise and fall of radical politics in Hong Kong

Over the past couple years, Hong Kong saw a rise of radical politics after the Umbrella Protests; but for now the trend seems to be…

Opposition at risk of losing majority in geographical constituencies

Opposition at risk of losing majority in geographical constituencies

Amid possible infighting, the pro-democracy camp may face even worse odds pending government’s decision on by-election arrangements.

Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo opposed Hong Kong’s independence movement

Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo opposed Hong Kong’s independence movement

Liu Xiaobo’s vision of a democratic China is becoming more and more irrelevant to Hong Kong’s youth amid an ongoing identity crisis. (Original photo credit:…

Hong Kong’s uneasy economic readjustment

Hong Kong’s uneasy economic readjustment

From the world’s city to China’s world city, Hong Kong’s inevitable economic integration into China will need a political answer to it. Photo credit: Chris…

Path of Democracy launches star-studded political leadership course

Path of Democracy launches star-studded political leadership course

Jasper Tsang and Lam Woon-kwong are among the guest speakers of the eight-month programme jointly rolled out with HKU SPACE. (Photo Credit: Path of Democracy)

Timothy Peirson-Smith: An early look into Carrie Lam’s administration

Timothy Peirson-Smith: An early look into Carrie Lam’s administration

The CE-elect now has a chance to prove that she is better than her predecessor by first picking her council members wisely.

Beijing’s mass politics game in Hong Kong can backfire

Beijing’s mass politics game in Hong Kong can backfire

Robert Chow’s high-level reception in Beijing can be a dangerous move making Hong Kong’s political scene even more chaotic.

2016 in a glance: A year of disputes and turmoils

2016 in a glance: A year of disputes and turmoils

From Fishball Revolution to ‘Oathgate’ saga and to CY Leung announcing not to seek re-election, 2016 has proven to be an eventful year right from…

Timothy Peirson-Smith: Reflects on Election Committee elections

Timothy Peirson-Smith: Reflects on Election Committee elections

The non-establishment camp must now remain consolidated if it is to become a genuine critical minority in the upcoming Chief Executive election.