With the 20th Anniversary of Hong Kong’s return to Chinese sovereignty just days away, the question of whether “one country,… Read more Annual Book Fair Challenges Censorship
It is no secret that China’s presence in Hong Kong’s news and media industries has increased significantly in the last… Read more Red Capital in the Media
Shantou University in Guangdong province has been accused by the Chinese Communist Party for failing to toe the Party’s ideological… Read more China’s Ideological Grip Tightens
Now that Carrie Lam has emerged victorious from Hong Kong’s most recent Chief Executive election, with 777 of the 1163… Read more Carrie Lam is Elected. Now What?
With the 2017 Hong Kong Chief Executive election just under a month away, it appears that Beijing-endorsed candidate Carrie Lam,… Read more Free and Fair Election
An opinion piece published in the South China Morning Post by a veteran columnist has voiced vehement opposition to the United States… Read more Considering American Exceptionalism
With the annual International Film Festival Rotterdam (January 25th – February 5th, 2017) comes a plethora of independent Chinese directors whose… Read more Guerrilla Filmmakers
As members of the U.S. Senate prepare to present the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act to Congress, I… Read more Preserve Democracy, or the Economy?
Following weeks of contentious Sino-U.S. relations, the South China Morning Post has reported that a policy recommendation report addressed to President Trump… Read more Trump Commits to “One China”