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Grumbling Grows as Hong Kong Sticks with Zero-COVID Policy
February 24, 2022

Grumbling Grows as Hong Kong Sticks with Zero-COVID Policy

By Alice Fung and David Rising
“The whole world knows we have to live with the virus, only the Hong Kong government does not know,” said taxi driver Chan Tai-man. 

China’s Insistence on ‘Zero COVID’ in Hong Kong Has a Deeper Meaning
February 18, 2022

China’s Insistence on ‘Zero COVID’ in Hong Kong Has a Deeper Meaning

By William Nee
Beijing’s attack on Hong Kong’s elite may have consequences that outlast the pandemic.
Xi Urges Hong Kong to Get Control as COVID-19 Cases Surge
February 16, 2022

Xi Urges Hong Kong to Get Control as COVID-19 Cases Surge

By Alice Fung and David Rising
Hong Kong is facing its worst outbreak of the pandemic but doggedly persists in matching the mainland’s “zero-COVID” strategy.

Foreign Judges Are Enabling Hong Kong’s Legal Crackdown
February 11, 2022

Foreign Judges Are Enabling Hong Kong’s Legal Crackdown

By Eric Lai
A Hong Kong pro-democracy lawmaker is in jail because of a court ruling endorsed by a U.K. judge.

Hong Kong’s Zero-COVID Approach Meets Growing Frustration
February 10, 2022

Hong Kong’s Zero-COVID Approach Meets Growing Frustration

By Alice Fung and David Rising
“This is insane… There is no way to reach zero cases.”

Hong Kong’s Contested Academic Freedom
January 27, 2022

Hong Kong’s Contested Academic Freedom

By Carsten A. Holz
While outright censorship is still rare, subtler forms of control and coercion have severely restricted academic freedom in Hong Kong.

The Dilemma of Hong Kong’s Fixation on Zero COVID
January 25, 2022

The Dilemma of Hong Kong’s Fixation on Zero COVID

By Charles Mok
Hong Kong's obsession with zero COVID is leading it down unproductive rabbit holes -- like hamster culling -- rather than finding long-term solutions.
Former Xinjiang Security Official Takes Charge of Hong Kong Garrison
January 12, 2022

Former Xinjiang Security Official Takes Charge of Hong Kong Garrison

By Associated Press
Maj. Gen. Peng Jingtang’s move to Hong Kong underlines the government’s focus on anti-terrorism in the city – something critics say is a smokescreen for cracking down on dissent.

Another News Site Shuts in Hong Kong
January 03, 2022

Another News Site Shuts in Hong Kong

By Huizhong Wu and Zen Soo
Beijing’s crackdown on dissent in the former British colony has led to the closure of independent news outlets and the removal of monuments to dissent.

Bio-tracked, Mistreated, Hog-tied: Immigration Detention in East Asia in 2021
December 30, 2021

Bio-tracked, Mistreated, Hog-tied: Immigration Detention in East Asia in 2021

By Surabhi Chopra and Chloe Fung
Governments in Hong Kong, Japan, and South Korea routinely detain migrants in closed custodial institutions.

Hong Kong Police Raid Pro-Democracy News Outlet, Arrest 6
December 29, 2021

Hong Kong Police Raid Pro-Democracy News Outlet, Arrest 6

By Associated Press
Stand News was one of the most vocal pro-democracy news outlets in Hong Kong after the closure of the newspaper Apple Daily in June.
With Opposition Sidelined, Pro-Beijing Candidates Sweep Hong Kong Elections
December 21, 2021

With Opposition Sidelined, Pro-Beijing Candidates Sweep Hong Kong Elections

By Zen Soo
The first election since Hong Kong’s electoral overhaul was marked by a dismal turnout rate of just 30 percent.

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