Carrie Lam

China’s Dependence on Hong Kong Makes Outright Intervention Unlikely

November 20, 2019

Despite the ongoing police siege of Hong Kong’s Polytechnic University and a growing number of injured protesters, the predicted mainland intervention against the 6-month old protest movement is unlikely to happen, says Prof. Sean Starrs from Hong Kong.

Hong Kong Democracy Protestors Launch General Strike

Hong Kong Democracy Protestors Launch General Strike

August 6, 2019

Thousands took part in protests that shut down roads, public transportation and cancelled hundreds of flights

Hong Kong Protests: A Reaction to Beijing's Growing Effort for Control

Hong Kong Protests: A Reaction to Beijing’s Growing Effort for Control

July 31, 2019

Protesters have expanded their demands, after China’s central government has conceded to their initial demand of cancelling an extradition law. As the protests continue in Hong Kong, Adam Ni says it is unlikely they will expand to the mainland