Chinese with different views of Hong Kong's protests can't even agree on the words to use.
Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protest isn’t only about freedom. It’s also about identity.
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The mainland has had a rocky relationship with the special city for years -- and it's showing.
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A Hong Kong professor's open letter to her boycotting students expresses hope -- and fear -- for their future.
A Taiwan youth protest leader reacts to events rocking China's island city.
Uighur leader Rebiya Kadeer describes how Hong Kong is an inspiration to her people.
In the wake of China’s ban on the photo-sharing service, netizens are rushing to download software that lets them scale the Great Firewall.
Residents here are getting wildly divergent accounts of the same historic events.
Beijing's ambassador to the United States on how a strong and rising China is good for the world.
A Christian minister, a law professor, and a 17-year-old high school student are among the figures behind a movement that has captivated the world.
Foreign Policy interviews a key figure behind Hong Kong's recent civil disobedience.
A selection of the most powerful remixed images coming from the island city.
Mainland censors scrubbing news of Hong Kong protests were busier yesterday than they were on the anniversary of Tiananmen.
Mainland Chinese felt no effects from the protests roiling Hong Kong -- until Beijing pulled the plug on another social network.
Beijing remains unlikely to cave to pro-democracy protesters' demands, but it is now losing hearts and minds.
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Anger at a government think tank's attempt to gloss over history erupts on Chinese social media.
Ilham Tohti's unjust fate says much about the Chinese Communist Party's dark vision for the web's future.
China's bad behavior is pushing Washington and Hanoi closer together. Next up: Arms sales?
Low-level officials are learning the hard way to avoid big banquets, lavish floral arrangements, and long-winded speeches.
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