SZETO WAH, 1931-2011

  Posted:  Jan. 7, 2011   For all the disagreement about how to realize them, Hong Kong’s democracy movement is united in its ideals and its respect for those who dedicate their lives to the cause at whatever cost.  Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Shaobo is...

read more

POLITICKING HONG KONG STYLE

  Posted:  Nov. 15, 2010   Everyone knew it was too good to last.   A new day seemed to be dawning after the two “radical” sponsors of last May’s protest referendum settled a potential point of conflict with scarcely a murmur of discontent.  At issue was...

read more

RADICALS FOR REFORM

  Posted:  May 17, 2010   Despite all the dire warnings beforehand, Hong Kong’s first ever referendum was held without incident on May 16.  If opponents have their way it will also be the last and only time will tell if the net impact is positive or...

read more

CAMPAIGN COUNTDOWN

  Posted:  May 3, 2010   Midway through the “second consultation period,” Hong Kong is no closer to agreement on the government’s latest political reform proposals than when the exercise began last November.  The first consultation, between November and...

read more

Calendar

February 2018
M T W T F S S
« Jan    
 1234
567891011
12131415161718
19202122232425
262728  

Archives