Hong Kong Reporters Injured At Protests – In France

By Alex Lo, Scmp.com -

It’s always good for reporters to have a chance to work overseas, even if it’s just on a temporary assignment. It broadens your professional experience and mental horizon. Sadly, reporting duties [...]

US-China Trade War In Jeopardy Over Uyghur And Hong Kong Support

By Steven Sahiounie, Mideastdiscourse.com -

The Uyghur people are an ethnic group of Muslims in western China and they speak the ancient Turkic language, which is the root of the modern Turkish language. Their province is Xinjiang, and [...]

With People In The Streets Worldwide, Media Focus Uniquely On Hong Kong

By Alan Macleod, FAIR -

US corporate media have been disproportionately interested in only one: the Hong Kong protests. As FAIR argued previously (FAIR.org, 10/26/19), this disparity in coverage can largely be [...]

U.S. Is Using Hong Kong For A Shakedown

By Huang Jiyuan, News.cgtn.com -

The United States government just officially crowned itself as a shakedown artist. The passage and signing of Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act and Placing Restrictions on Teargas Exports [...]

Hong Kong Citizens Take Back Their City

By Kumar David, Colombotelegraph.com -

It started in an unlikely way. About 50 soldiers from the Kowloon Tong garrison of the PLA, unarmed and clad in T-shirts and shorts, walked out of their barracks on Saturday (16) afternoon on [...]

A Deeper Look At Uprisings Around The World

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, Clearing the FOG. -

Revolts are arising all around the world and it can be hard to keep track of them. We speak with Andre Vltchek, a photographer, writer and documentarian who travels all over to cover world [...]

Why Is The Media Covering Protests In Hong Kong, Chile So Differently?

By Morgan Artyukhina, Sputniknews.com -

Media coverage of the protest movements in Hong Kong and Chile contrasts sharply, tracing a line in US foreign policy that aims to buttress movements that benefit US imperialism while ignoring or [...]

The History Of Hong Kong, Britain’s Colonial Legacy. Fast Forward To 2019

By Larry Romanoff, Globalresearch.ca -

The reason Hong Kong was seized by England, on orders of Queen Victoria, was that Sassoon needed a logistics, warehousing, and distribution base for his opium operations. Similarly, the founding [...]

Catalonia ‘Separatists’ Bad, HK ‘Pro-Democracy Protesters’ Good: Orwell’s 1984 Becomes User’s Manual For Western ‘Free Media’

By George Galloway, Rt.com -

When supporters of Catalan leaders jailed for organizing a democratic vote advance on Barcelona airport, media make a fuss over ‘separatists’ causing chaos. When the same tactic’s used in Hong [...]

House Passes Hong Kong Human Rights And Democracy Act, China Promises Response

By Staff, Scmp.com -

China’s top legislature and government agencies on Wednesday slammed the US House of Representatives for passing a bill in support of anti-government protesters in Hong Kong, warning of [...]

Tracking Foreign Interference In Hong Kong

By Pepe Escobar, Asiatimes.com -

Lawrence YK Ma is the executive council chairman of the Hong Kong Legal Exchange Foundation and director of the China Law Society, the Chinese Judicial Studies Association and the Hong Kong Legal [...]

Hong Kong: Hoodlums Are Not Heroes And Hooliganism Is Not A Movement For Democracy

By George Koo, Asia Times -

In reporting the Hong Kong protest movement, the Western media have represented hoodlums as heroes and hooliganism as a movement for democracy. The rioters beat up on innocent bystanders, [...]

At UN Session, US Empire In Decline And Global Solidarity On The Rise

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, Popular Resistance -

As the United States becomes more brazen and ridiculous in its attempts to stay in control, it is driving other countries to turn away from the US and organize around it. There are growing calls [...]

Iran, Hong Kong, And The Desperation Of A Declining U.S. Empire

By Rainer Shea, Dandelionsalad.wordpress.com -

The U.S. empire’s global influence projects, especially the ones in Iran and Hong Kong, have a different nature from the ones that were carried out when American power was still in a stable [...]

Open Letter to Congress: Why the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act of 2019 Must Be Opposed

By K.J.Noh, Kevin Zeese, and Margaret Flowers, Popular Resistance -

This Open Letter urges Members of Congress to oppose HR 3289, the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act of 2019, which was referred to the Committee on Foreign affairs on June 13th, 2019.  The [...]