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Young Boy Leading Chant From Overpass at Hong Kong Rally Goes Viral

The boy on the overpass On August 18, torrential rain didn’t stop 1.7 million Hong Kong people from joining one of Hong Kong’s largest pro-democracy...

Chinese Military Closing In: Is It the End of Hong Kong’s Basic Law?

With the protests in Hong Kong entering the eleventh week, China is reportedly conducting military drills near the city’s border, prepping the army to...

‘Be Water’: Hong Kong Demonstrators Adopt Wise Strategy

"Shouldn’t we worry about the mainland sending troops to Hong Kong, as Hongkongers? If the army is needed to resolve the situation in Hong...

The Most Memorable Moments Amid the Hong Kong Protests

Two months have passed since the first anti-extradition protest on June 9. For 10  consecutive weeks, waves of protests have swept across Hong Kong, creating...

Pompeo Says China’s Blaming US for Hong Kong Protests Is Ludicrous

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has dismissed Beijing’s accusations that the United States is behind the ongoing protests in Hong Kong. Already into...

Thugs in Uniform: Hong Kong Police Will Never Be the Same

Hong Kong police are facing intense criticism after they charged into peaceful demonstrators and beat them up. Protestors claim that the police were no...

Thugs for Hire Attack Anti-Extradition Protesters on Hong Kong’s Darkest Day

On July 21, 430,000 Hong Kong people joined an anti-extradition protest in Hong Kong. At about 9 p.m., a mob of approximately 800 men...

Mooncakes Act as Hong Kong Peoples’ Voice Against Extradition Bill

Eating mooncakes during the Mid-Autumn Festival is a traditional custom in China. This custom began in the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368). At that time, Chinese...

Cartoonist’s Poster ‘Hong Kong Withstand’ Is a Tribute to the People of Hong Kong

Protesters in Hong Kong held continuing rallies on July 1 and July 7 against the country’s extradition policies. Two posters created by a cartoonist...

Money Flowing Out of Hong Kong as Chinese Interference Grows

Beijing’s increasing interference in Hong Kong is something that has been making businesses and the wealthy sections of the city concerned. With the ongoing...

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