July 16, 2020
Trump’s executive order confirms US State Department has trained the Hong Kong police
July 15, 2020
Records show the State Department's collaboration with Hong Kong police dates back more than a decade.
It’s time for Hongkongers to build a new international line
July 14, 2020
With the national security laws now in place, Demosisto—led by figures like Joshua Wong and long seen as the movement’s primary advocate for international ‘solidarity’—has disbanded, revealing the limits of the movement’s “international line” as we know it.
The silencing of mainland Chinese international students
June 30, 2020
With Sinophobia rising in the west, mainland Chinese international students are being denied their political agency and are not given the space or respect to offer their perspectives.
‘Who do you call when the police murders?’ A new international front
Ahkok Chun-Kwok Wong
June 20, 2020
It is time for the Hong Kong movement to affirm its solidarity with oppressed people across the world. We have much to learn from the struggle for Black liberation.
We can’t let China apologists stop us from supporting Black Lives Matter
June 18, 2020
The attack on Sunrise Movement’s collaboration with a Hong Kong activist forwarding the claim that the entire Hong Kong movement is aligned with Trump and Republicans stems from a racist logic that strips Hong Kong protesters of their political agency.
US nationalism’s next casualty: Chinese international students
Tian Yu M. Fang
June 12, 2020
In the latest nationalist flare up, President Trump imposed new visa restrictions on STEM graduate students and scholars from China. The restriction’s ambiguity would allow hawkish Republicans to apply a blanket ban on any student with such affiliations
Against police brutality, everywhere
June 9, 2020
China and the US are carceral states. Yet US politicians have praised resistance to police violence in Hong Kong while condoning police brutality in the name of law and order at home.
An attack on Chinese journalists is an attack on press freedom
May 28, 2020
The US’s restriction of visas for Chinese journalists is a blow to press freedom yet its fallout has been largely overlooked in the mainstream media.
Facing down the Hong Kong protests’ right-wing turn
March 28, 2020
Lack of ideological debate allows existing conservative structures to seep into the deepest core of the movement.
For Hong Kong, Beijing’s so-called ‘anti-imperialism’ is a sham
December 29, 2019
Structures of inequality do not simply wither away with the hoisting of a new flag.
November 20, 2019
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