If Hong Kong’s protests are the symptoms of a city in self-destruct mode, condemnation will not help.
As Hong Kong’s protests show no signs of abating, can the Bar Association do its bit to defuse the crisis?
If Hong Kong’s protests are the symptoms of a city in self-destruct mode, condemnation will not help
Hong Kong protesters are not demanding independence from China but the city’s revival
For Hong Kong’s stability, Beijing needs to begin an open discussion on the road to 2047
Beijing won’t deploy the PLA in Hong Kong but may use the city’s police force instead
Hong Kong must not go the way of South Africa, where the true meaning of freedom has been misunderstood
Hong Kong protesters should not be afraid to use English to tell the world their side of the story
In prosecuting Hong Kong protesters, the Justice Department is simply doing its job
China can benefit from universal suffrage in Hong Kong by allowing the ‘silent majority’ to be counted