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Ai Weiwei’s Startling New Documentary ‘Cockroach’ About the Hong Kong Protests

Renowned Chinese artist Ai Weiwei has just released (via Vimeo on demand) the film Cockroach — a visual record of the final moments of...

Beijing again rebuked for undermining Hong Kong’s freedoms

Foreign ministers of the U.S., Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the UK have jointly raised concerns over the diminishing of Hong Kong’s freedoms after...

A Three-Meter High Work of Art in Support of Hong Kong Protesters

Known as the "King of Chinese Animation,” the cartoonist known as Daxiong, whose real name is Guo Jingxiong, recently joined in collaboration with Canadian...

Protest Peacefully and Don’t Follow the Way of the Anarchists

In his first inaugural address, Abraham Lincoln said: “We are not enemies, but friends. We must not be enemies. Though passion may have strained,...

Hong Kong Protests: UN Criticizes China for Mistreatment of Healthcare Workers

The Hong Kong protests erupted last year after residents expressed displeasure at a bill that was clearly designed to allow Beijing to have more...

Surveillance State Makes It Tough for Pro-Hong Kong Supporters in Canada

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) maintains an extensive surveillance network in the West that identifies and monitors people who are considered a risk to...

Artist Ben Li and His Views on Hong Kong

Ben Li is a Chinese artist who graduated from the Central Academy of Fine Art in Beijing. He majored in sculpture and currently works...

Analysis: Will Hong Kong Protests Spread Into Mainland China?

During one of the protests in Hong Kong, a woman raised a poster that read "Heaven Will Destroy the CCP." The statement basically reflects...

American Photographer Banned From Hong Kong for Covering Protests

Matthew Connors is a professor of photography from the U.S. who had visited Hong Kong and taken pictures of the protests. He was arrested...

Supporting Hong Kong: PEN America Condemns Arrest of Chinese Artist

In December, the Chinese regime arrested artist Yang Licai for his online support of the Hong Kong protests. PEN America, a nonprofit that promotes...

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