Veteran journalist Vaudine England reflects on whether the city can survive the current clampdown on basic freedoms.
Dennis Kwok writes that Hong Kong’s status as an international financial hub is teetering on the edge of a precipice due to Xi Jinping’s national security agenda.
Eric Yan-ho Lai comments that the upcoming trial of publisher Jimmy Lai is seen as a symbol of the erosion of freedom of speech in Hong Kong.
John Gittings reviews Hong Kong’s Palace Museum and M+, the “Museum of Visual Culture”.
The past two years have seen significant changes in Hong Kong’s freedoms, writes Eric Yan-Ho Lai.
Duncan Bartlett writes that while John Lee has the backing of China’s Communist Party to be the new CEO of Hong Kong, the city’s international reputation is at stake following a turbulent period.
Dr Jane Du comments on models for public housing and the major shortages of Hong Kong’s housing sector.
Hong Kong’s pro-democracy paper Apple Daily has published its final edition. The news led to much criticism of China in the international press, writes Duncan Bartlett.