Hong Kong’s Simmering Revolt Against Fake Democracy

Hong Kong’s Simmering Revolt Against Fake Democracy

Hong Kong is now the most politically polarized it’s been since its return to China in 1997. That discord was on full display last month when hundreds of thousands took to the streets in a mostly peaceful protest at the annual July 1 handover anniversary march. The...

Hong Kong Arrests Five "July 1 Parade" Participants

While the Hong Kong July 1 Parade has just ended, the Communist regime abiding Hong Kong government began taking numerous actions. On the evening of July 4, four members and a truck driver from the Civil Human Rights Front were arrested. Only under protest did the...

Hong Kong Votes for Democracy

HONG KONG—Mostly the elderly turned out to exercise the muscles of democracy in Hong Kong Sunday morning, the third day of an informal referendum aimed at helping determine the territory’s political future. By the end of the day, nearly 700,000 people, of all ages,...