China's National People's Congress Broadcasts Hong Kong's Ominous Future
China's recent National People's Congress provided hints of the party's views on Hong Kong, Taiwan, and 'one country, two systems.'
A View From Hong Kong on 'One Country, Two Systems' for Taiwan
Xi Jinping's proposal came across as farcical in a city where democratic traditions have evaporated.
HONG KONG: Looking Back on a Rough 2018 for 'One Country, Two Systems'
2018 was a great year in Hong Kong for Xi Jinping and Beijing loyalists. For everyone else, not so much.
HONG KONG: The Harrowing Implications of Eddie Chu's Election Disqualification
That Chu was barred from such a minor election only amplifies Beijing's profound influence in Hong Kong.
HONG KONG: Independence Activist Andy Chan Defies Beijing with Press Club Talk
Beijing has blasted the Hong Kong Foreign Correspondents' Club for allowing activist Andy Chan to speak but its advocates' reasoning casts a more worrying chill.
HONG KONG: China Frets over Protest Marches and District Council Polls
Democrats need to walk a fine line in order to keep Hong Kong's big issue in play.
HONG KONG: Beijing's Long Shadow Falls over Press Freedom
'Constructive criticism of Chinese Communist Party leadership will always be allowed,' claimed one pro-Beijing politician, but recent developments have debunked that statement.
HONG KONG: Benny Tai's Topsy-turvy Taiwan Journey
Benny Tai's comments on the future possibility of self-determination for people and places in Greater China was nothing new but Beijing's reaction frames new limits on freedom of speech in Hong Kong.
OPINION: Hong Kong's Occupy Fervor Finally Evaporates at Polls
Hong Kong's democracy movement is pondering its next move as voters lose hope at the ballot box.
Candidate Certification Is the Latest Blow to Hong Kong Democracy
The latest twist in Hong Kong's electoral woes opens a debate on the difference between self-determination and independence.