Innocent Mutanga discusses the important role that Africans can play in today’s Hong Kong and beyond.
Lillian Ngan reviews a new book about the manoeuvres of identity in the quickly evolving political and cultural landscape of Hong Kong.
Ben Margulies reviews a book that examines the complex politics of racism that is at play in some of the major democracies of the developed world.
Sam Mickey reviews a book that interrogates freedom in the age of alternative facts.
As the UK government signals a potential ‘path to citizenship’ to nearly 3 million potential Hong Kong BNOs, and Trump starts the process of revoking Hong Kong’s special treatment, journalist and cultural historian Stuart Walton reflects on public and private histories.
Historian Jeff Wasserstrom shares with Daniel C. Tsang his historically tempered observations about Hong Kong.
Emily Chow-Quesada reflects on the ongoing social unrest in Hong Kong.
Ka-Lee Wong reviews an assessment of Hong Kong and its culture two decades after its reversion to China.