In an interview with experts Victor Shih and Kwai Ng, we gained valuable insights on the Hong Kong National Security Law's predicted impacts on the economy, law, and the people.
The introduction of the 2019 Extradition Bill and the new National Security Law to Hong Kong not only sparked greater political turmoil, but also added to pre-existing mutual cultural animosity.
Identity politics among Hong Kongers and mainland Chinese have changed significantly and shaped the methods and goals of the protests.
Dr. Paul Pickowicz, Distinguished Professor of History and Chinese Studies and UC San Diego Endowed Chair in Modern Chinese History, celebrated his retirement at the Atkinson Pavilion, Ida and [...]
Six years ago, my family achieved the holy grail of the middle class of Hong Kong: purchasing an apartment. My father, an engineer who had spent the last decade helming projects in mainland [...]
Photo of a protester at Hong Kong’s July 1 protests in 2011. July 1 is the anniversary of the 1997 handover of Hong Kong and the date of annual protests. (Ding Yuin Shan/Flickr) Two sides. [...]