Hong Kong is pulling democracy books from library shelves. This is taking place as China takes measures to end democracy in the city.
Hong Kong articles on Democracy Chronicles
After joining China, Hong Kong has struggled to maintain its democratic nature against pressures from the mainland but a determined pro-democracy population refuses to give ground. Keep an eye on this key city. Also check out our section on World Democracy.
Xi Jinping has unleashed a flurry of measures to crackdown Hong Kong’s democracy protests which rather expose his fear of the city.
If you believe the Chinese regime, Benny Tai is the mastermind and main suspect who has conspired to undermine Chinese state control.
Joshua Wong, a Hong Kong pro-democracy protester, was sentenced to four months in prison today for “unauthorized assembly”.
Two Hong Kong-born artists in Canada are leading a pro-democracy online art project: “be water: collected memories of our hong kong.”
After granting asylum to Hong Kong activist and former politician Nathan Law, China has accused the UK of harboring a “terrorist suspect.”
From Myanmar to Hong Kong, youth seeking democracy are organizing themselves online around milk tea, a traditional regional beverage.
A judge in Hong Kong on Thursday convicted seven pro-democracy protest leaders including Jimmy Lai.
China has sharply reduced the number of elected seats in Hong Kong’s legislature, a setback for Hong Kong’s besieged democracy movement.
New decisions in Hong Kong have ignited fears Beijing’s crackdown on opposition in the city is expanding to entertainment, arts sectors.