Tag: Hong Kong

Hong Kong protests two weeks on

As another week begins in Hong Kong, people are still blockading the streets in several areas of the city. There are talks about talks, but the protesters say they are not giving up their...

Thousands attend Hong Kong solidarity protest in London

Charlie Hore reports from the protest outside the Chinese embassy on Wednesday 1 October. The organisers hoped for three to four hundred people, I was told, but at its height, there were up to 3,000...

10 things you need to know about the protests in Hong Kong

The pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong continue. Demonstrators have set a deadline of midnight tonight for Hong Kong's Chief Executive to resign. German revolutionary magazine Marx21 interviewed Sophia Chan from Left21, Hong Kong about the background to and prospects for...

Mass protests grow on the streets of Hong Kong

Sue Sparks reports on the  protests growing on the streets of Hong Kong. The mass protests on the streets of Hong Kong over the past few days have been inspiring. The protests started with university...

Hong Kong’s new mass movement

'Beijing and the Hong Kong government have succeeded in producing a genuine mass movement which will not easily be demobilised'. Sue Sparks reports on the mass protests in Hong Kong earlier this week. July 1st...

Candles in the night: Vigil in Hong Kong commemorates Tiananmen Square

Sue Sparks reports on the vigil held in Hong Kong 25 years after Tiananmen Square.