Denise Y. Ho | June 2014 | Origins: Current Events in Historical Perspective
In between state and society, there is the individual. In between China and the world, there is Hong Kong.
Between the voice and the mouthpiece, between the pen and the sword, there is courage.
Tony Cheung | 26 June 2014 | South China Morning Post
A motion condemning the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown was defeated in the Legislative Council last night.
Pro-establishment lawmakers largely remained silent during the debate – the 15th time the motion has been tabled and defeated since 1999.
Yuen Chan | 23 June 2014 | Huffington Post
The commemoration of June 4th once united Hong Kong people, now it divides. Perhaps this shouldn’t be surprising when the number of people who identify as “Chinese” falls to new lows