Umbrella Movement


Hong Kong 20 Years After the Handover: Locked in Stasis

Kerry Brown

A decade after the handover of Hong Kong in 1997, most analyses were positive. A further 10 years has elapsed. How is Hong Kong doing now?


Joshua Wong on Documentary "Joshua: Teenager vs. Superpower"

Cinema Escapist

Cinema Escapist caught up with Wong to get his thoughts on the recent documentary and its broader socio-political context.


Sunflower Movement Activists Found Not Guilty. What Next?

Brian Hioe

Leaders of the 2014 Sunflower Movement were today found not guilty for occupying Taiwan's Parliment. Other cases involving incidents during the movement have not yet been heard, and demands still haven't been met.


[PHOTO STORY] Hong Kong’s Oath Taking Drama Turns Nasty

TNL Staff

Tense scenes inside and outside Hong Kong's parliament as the new 'localists' continue to defy the old guard.


OP-ED: The Fall of Joshua Wong?

Kelly Ip

Just as it seemed like Wong and his fellow student activists had reached a milestone, it is also where he fell.


The Umbrella Movement and Hong Kong’s LegCo Election

Ho Ming-sho

Among many other things, the Umbrella Movement represented a generational revolt in which young Hong Kongers’ economic frustrations were a noticeable driving force for protest participation.


BREAKING: Umbrella Movement Leaders Avoid Prison

Edward White

Hong Kong activist leader and young politician Nathan Law should be free to stand in an upcoming election after being sentenced to community service this morning.


OPINION: Is Hong Kong Heading Toward Umbrella 2.0?

Edward White

Will the barring of candidates from Hong Kong’s upcoming elections or the sentencing of Umbrella Movement leaders spark a fresh round of major protests?

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