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Hong Kong's Pro-Democracy Movement

At the end of the 2014 Umbrella Movement, Hongkongers promised they will be back. In June 2019, Hong Kong mobilized one-third of the population to protest against the government's extradition bill. The News Lens is covering the on-going movement and rallies in collaboration with our Hong Kong-based team.

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Total 34 Articles


2019/07/29 | Daphne K. Lee
Beijing Condemns Protester Violence While Praising Hong Kong Police and Government
Beijing strongly condemns protester violence in Hong Kong and stresses the priority to restore peace in the city.
2019/07/22 | 破土 New Bloom
Hong Kong Triads Have Replaced the Police as Law Enforcement
The Hong Kong police have outsourced its law enforcement duties to pro-Beijing triads, leaving public safety at risk.
2019/07/17 | The Conversation
How Did China Manipulate the Media Narrative in the Hong Kong Protests?
China creates its worldview with intricate layers of propaganda at different levels, with different tactics.
2019/06/26 | William Yang
"My Hope Has Been Reignited" – Hong Kong's Youth Reflect on Protests
Following weeks of record-breaking turnouts at anti-extradition bill protests in Hong Kong, one protest ended with thousands of protesters throwing eggs at the police headquarters while drawing graffiti on the walls as the government continued to ignore their demands. William Yang was on the ground in Hong Kong speaking to protesters as 2 million took to the streets.
2019/06/15 | Michael Garber
In Taiwan When Hong Kong Students Petition, Taiwan's President Listens
Although 500 Hong Kong students were roundly ignored by their own representative office in Taipei on Wednesday, on Thursday they were invited into the presidential palace to present their case.
2019/05/11 | Daphne K. Lee
How Will Hong Kong's Controversial Extradition Bill Impact Taiwan?
While Taiwan looks to Hong Kong as a cautionary tale of 'one country, two systems,' its own lack of a refugee law is coming under scrutiny.