Stories about China from March, 2017
"I am one of the Occupy protesters and I was incited by the police’s decision to fire 87 rounds of tear gas [at demonstrators]."
More often than not, information smugglers prioritize things like click rates over hard-hitting public interest journalism.
She promised to "heal the divide" in her victory speech, but her win was met with protests by pro-democracy activists.
When China's Foreign Ministry in Hong Kong opened an official Facebook page, it was quickly flooded with angry comments.
Critics are worried the new 'hero law' could have a chilling effect on academic and historical inquiry in China.
"People prefer to buy property only if housing surges overtake holding costs. It’s too silly and naïve to count on a property tax to contain rising prices!"
'...it takes at least 10-20 second to access a page. Sometimes it takes more than half an hour to access some university websites…'
A combination of political and economic pressures at local universities are laying the ground for an unsettling compromise.
"Which is more destructive, South Korea's THAAD or North Korea's nuclear bomb? North Korea has VX nerve agent and nuclear bombs, aren't these more threatening?"
These threats have led to speculation that Hong Kong’s pro-Beijing camp is fragmented and that Chinese President Xi Jinping is prepared to eradicate a powerful sector within the Communist Party.
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Oi wan Lam is the North East Asia editor. Email her story ideas or volunteer to write.