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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.
2018/11/09 | TIME
INTERVIEW: Pussy Riot Talks Activism, Protests & Putin in Hong Kong
Pussy Riot activists were in Hong Kong to support Chinese cartoonist Badicuiao's exhibition, which was canceled due to alleged threats by the Chinese government.
2018/11/06 | Global Voices
HONG KONG: China Silences Badiucao, a Cartoonist Critical of Google's 'Dragonfly'
Political cartoonist Badiucao has gone silent since Nov. 2, when his first Hong Kong exhibition was abruptly canceled due to threats from the Chinese government.
2018/01/21 | TNL Staff
Week in Focus: Joshua Wong Heads Back to Jail
Freedom around the region defined the week as Joshua Wong again provided a focus for the decline of liberty in Hong Kong.
2018/01/17 | TIME
Joshua Wong Imprisoned Again for 2014 Protests
The Hong Kong democracy activist is returning to prison for 'defying a court order.'
2017/11/07 | TIME
Doing Time with Hong Kong Democracy Activist Joshua Wong
After being freed on bail pending appeal following his conviction in August for inciting unlawful assembly in Hong Kong, democracy activist Joshua Wong speaks about his time behind bars and the state of freedoms outside in Hong Kong.
2017/10/04 | Suzanne Pepper
Macau Elections Suggest Lessons for Hong Kong
Recent election results from Macau, itself a special administrative region of China like Hong Kong, showed an upswell in support for pro-democracy, anti-establishment candidates.
2017/08/17 | Edward White
BREAKING: Hong Kong Jails 'Political Prisoners' Wong, Law and Chow
Joshua Wong, Alex Chow and Nathan Law are being described as Hong Kong’s ‘first political prisoners’ after being sent to prison for actions in the days before the 2014 Umbrella Movement.
2017/07/14 | Edward White
Hong Kong By-Elections Now Loom as Critical Test for Democracy Movement
A court decision today paves the way for a series of by-elections that may prove critical for the future of Hong Kong’s democracy movement.
2017/07/01 | Edward White
Hong Kong Activists Urge Mass Protest amid ‘Whole New Level of Intimidation, Violence’
Democracy activists, alleging police brutality and widespread harassment from pro-Beijing thugs, have called on Hong Kongers to take to the streets this afternoon.
2017/06/29 | Suzanne Pepper
Hong Kong and Macau: A Tale of Two Ex-Colonial Cities
Zhang Dejiang's Macau visit serves as a means of explaining to everyone else exactly what is at stake and why Hong Kong has grown increasingly determined to resist Beijing’s idealized assumptions about what 'one country, two systems' is supposed to mean.
2017/06/04 | Cinema Escapist
Joshua Wong on Documentary "Joshua: Teenager vs. Superpower"
Cinema Escapist caught up with Wong to get his thoughts on the recent documentary and its broader socio-political context.
2017/02/06 | Edward White
INTERVIEW: Hong Kong’s Joshua Wong Goes Global
Blacklisted in much of Asia but welcomed in Washington: as the world gets to know Joshua Wong, the 20-year-old political activist just hopes to make a difference to Hong Kong.
2016/11/17 | Mo Tz-pin
Hong Kong Activist Joshua Wong Courts Rubio, Pelosi in Washington
Anti-Beijing activist Joshua Wong is in Washington trying to build support for self-determination for Hong Kong. Meanwhile, the Hong Kong government has told foreign countries not to interfere.
2016/10/07 | Brian Hioe
OP-ED: Joshua Wong's Detention in Thailand May Not Be The Last of Its Kind
Countries like Thailand which already share with China a record of poor human rights and are ruled by authoritarian governments are probably more likely to cooperate with China on extraterritorial detentions because such regimes have less to lose from international condemnation.