More than 100 arrested during pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong
More than 100 people were arrested in Hong Kong on Sunday, during the 17th consecutive week of pro-democracy protests.
The NBA sold out to China way before the Houston Rockets GM started tweeting
U.S. basketball teams long ago agreed that submitting to authoritarianism was a reasonable price to pay for audience growth.
Hong Kong and Russia protesters fight for democracy. The West should listen and learn.
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Hong Kong Protests: What You Need to Know About the Umbrella Revolution
Tens of thousands of protesters have blockaded the streets of Hong Kong to fight for democracy, shielding themselves from pepper spray with umbrellas.
Determined Hong Kong protesters head home before tense anniversaries
Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong, posing for a photo after an interview with AFP, has been arrested and jailed but says that’s a “really small” price (Alastair Pike) Washington (AFP) – Prominent Hong Kong protesters were flying home from Washington Saturday night buoyed by international support and determined to press on with their struggle...Read More
What to Watch for as the Hong Kong Protests Unfold
The success of the protests against the extradition bill will largely depend on how the movement evolves in the days ahead, as well as the reactions of China and the U.S.
Why Hong Kong Protesters Are Channeling Bruce Lee
Few stories are generating as much as heat and interest as the ongoing protests in Hong Kong, where mostly young
Explainer: What are the Hong Kong protests about?
Fierce oppositon to government plan that would allow extradition to mainland China
The Vital Role Christians Play in the Hong Kong Protests
From the onset of the Hong Kong protests, a Christian hymn has been the rallying cry protestors have used to unify. Now, after 12 weeks of demonstrations, churches in Hong Kong are taking a more public stand in the protests.
Why Business Has a Stake in Hong Kong's Protests
Beijing's tightening grip is bad for Hong Kong's bottom line
See Striking Examples of Hong Kong Protest Art
Dozens of designers work in shifts to create Hong Kong's agitprop
Why Hong Kong protesters are singing Hallelujah
It's a Christian hymn but there are political reasons why protesters have picked up the simple tune
How AI Helped Improve Crowd Counting in Hong Kong Protests
K.K. Rebecca Lai, Jin Wu and Lingdong Huang, writing for the Times: Crowd estimates for Hong Kong's large pro-democracy protests have been a point of contention for years. The organizers and the police often release vastly divergent estimates. This year's annual pro-democracy protest on Monday, July...
Hilarious meme sums up Hong Kong protests
The meme imagines what pictures on other smartphones would look like, showing protesters packing the city. Finally it shows a picture of empty streets next to an image of a Huawei phone.
Why there's no end in sight for Hong Kong protests
Protests in Hong Kong are spinning into their fifth month, with more violent clashes between police and activists – and they're not likely to end any time soon.
Aftermath of the Hong Kong protests
Roads are open and life is slowly returning to normal in Hong Kong, after protestors agreed to disperse, but just what that normal looks like after the weekend's huge protests is still playing out.
How Hong Kong protesters avoid police surveillance
Protesters in Hong Kong use low and high-tech ways to avoid being monitored by the authorities.
Why Many in China Oppose Hong Kong’s Protests
How Hong Kong Protesters Combat the Surveillance State
Encryption, other privacy measures, and decentralization have made the protest movement possible. ------------------ A major priority of the protest movement...
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