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Hong Kong Connection

The 7th of May is a date Hong Kong should never forget. On this day in 1967, an industrial dispute took an ugly turn and developed into a period of turmoil that lasted seven long months.

Hong Kong Connection

In July, the Hong Kong SAR Government published a Green Paper on Constitutional Development and began public consultations on the matter of universal suffrage at the same time.

Hong Kong Connection

Above the court, there is a body that controls it. The Party is above the law. The legal system was never designed with independence of the Judiciary in mind.

Hong Kong Connection

The typical lawyer in China has been the subject of much ridicule in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong Connection

For a century and a half, the people of Hong Kong lived with an identity crisis that was cleverly and subtly maintained by the mainstream educational machinery under colonial rule.

Hong Kong Connection

Since 2002, Hong Kong Connection has commissioned the Chinese University to conduct a public opinion poll to find out how people thought Hong Kong was faring.

Hong Kong Connection

<p>Hong Kong journalists on the China desk are doing more than reporting, it is generally thought.

Hong Kong Connection

To many people in Hong Kong, true democracy cannot be realised without full universal suffrage.

Hong Kong Connection

Before the sovereignty of Hong Kong returned to China in 1997, there was one common concern among public servants expecting to hold their posts through the transition: how they should deal with pro

Hong Kong Connection

Just before 1997, Hong Kong Connection interviewed some very interesting people who were determined to stay in Hong Kong despite their trepidation as the return of sovereignty to China approached.

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