Fuck-the-establishment rap anthems are flourishing in Hong Kong

As mainland Chinese rappers embrace nationalistic propaganda against Hong Kong's protests, the city's indie scene is taking up the mantle of fighting the power.

Fuck-the-establishment rap anthems are flourishing in Hong Kong

As mainland Chinese rappers embrace nationalistic propaganda against Hong Kong's protests, the city's indie scene is taking up the mantle of fighting the power.

Fuck-the-establishment rap anthems are flourishing in Hong Kong

As mainland Chinese rappers embrace nationalistic propaganda against Hong Kong's protests, the city's indie scene is taking up the mantle of fighting the power.

Hong Kong university siege: staff say almost all protesters have gone

Only one student found during hours-long search of Polytechnic University campusStaff at Polytechnic University in Hong Kong, the site of a days-long police siege, say they have thoroughly swept the campus and found only one remaining protester, sugges...

Hong Kong’s shock election result shows how Beijing falls victim to its own propaganda

It's hard to imagine how a Communist Party that has grown totally intolerant of dissent can avoid receiving bad intelligence on Hong Kong—or any other issue.

Hong Kong just had a peaceful Sunday, thanks to an election

Even the Polytechnic University, where this time last week radicals were throwing molotov cocktails at police, had a calm day.

The Hong Kong government and police are trying to restore peace | Letters

Letters from Winky So, director general of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in London, and from Hong Kong resident Koh-Ann ChuYour editorials (19 November and 13 November) allege that actions by the Hong Kong special administrative region govern...

Hong Kong has declared war against its young people | Avery Ng

I witnessed the determined solidarity of the protesters, even while police stormed their university campusOver the weekend, defiant young activists in Hong Kong demonstrated their capacity to look after themselves in the campus of Polytechnic Universit...

Hong Kong’s use of emergency powers to ban face masks was illegal

In a movement that has been playing out as much on the streets as it has in courts, the ruling represents something of a first taste of a legal victory for protesters.

The Guardian view on Hong Kong: policing the crisis | Editorial

Brutal treatment of protesters and a government that will not listen have inflamed a dangerous situationHong Kong is unrecognisable. In less than six months a global financial centre known for its efficiency and pragmatism has become consumed by rage a...
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