Hongkongers mourn the dead in Tiananmen Square Massacre despite the police’s ban on vigils for first time in decades

Hongkongers mourn the dead in Tiananmen Square Massacre despite the police’s ban on vigils for first time in decades

The June 4th Museum allows people to honour the victims of the Tiananmen Square Massacre without attending the annual vigil, which was banned for the…

Mass arrests in Hong Kong as police crack down on protests against Beijing’s legalisation

Mass arrests in Hong Kong as police crack down on protests against Beijing’s legalisation

Hundreds were arrested during the anti-government protests on Wednesday as LegCo continued the debate on the controversial National Anthem Bill. Photo: Trams for miles in…

Hongkongers marched to oppose national security law, met with tear gas and water cannon

Hongkongers marched to oppose national security law, met with tear gas and water cannon

The announcement of the National Security Law has ignited a new sense of urgency amongst pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong, evident on Sunday as thousands…

Massive cabinet shakeup brings more concern than surprise

Massive cabinet shakeup brings more concern than surprise

Despite claims that the cabinet’s changes were made in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the move has unsettled opposition members. Photo: Central Government Offices by…

Hong Kong protests, an organised anarchy

Hong Kong protests, an organised anarchy

A student studying abroad in Hong Kong was present during the November occupation of CUHK. She shares her observations of the protests on campus and…

In Frame: Hong Kong protests, an organised anarchy

In Frame: Hong Kong protests, an organised anarchy

A collection of photos from the months of September and November, taken by a student who was studying abroad at the Chinese University of Hong…

Listen: Talking Taiwan’s presidential election on podcast launch

Listen: Talking Taiwan’s presidential election on podcast launch

Taiwan’s election outcome and its subsequent effects on its relationship with Hong Kong and China are the subject of the first episode of Spyglass, a…

Hong Kong, China, and the Taiwan elections: An electoral civil war

Hong Kong, China, and the Taiwan elections: An electoral civil war

An analysis of the presidential election in Taiwan, and how Hong Kong is and will be affected by the race and its outcome. Photo: Lotus…

Art as resistance at Hong Kong’s anti-government protests: photo essay, part 2

Art as resistance at Hong Kong’s anti-government protests: photo essay, part 2

Part 2 of this photo series. Non-violent but not always legal, creative resistance in its diverse forms have become a staple of Hong Kong’s anti-government…

Art as resistance at Hong Kong’s anti-government protests: photo essay

Art as resistance at Hong Kong’s anti-government protests: photo essay

Non-violent but not always legal, creative resistance in its diverse forms have become a staple of Hong Kong’s anti-government protests in 2019.