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  • Hong Kong opens new chapter in pro-democracy fight

    Hong Kong's government on Wednesday officially put forth its proposed rules for the territory’s scheduled 2017 election of a chief executive, opening the next chapter in a long-running fight over democratic reforms. A group of legislators...
  • China releases five feminist activists who had planned anti-harassment campaign

    China releases five feminist activists who had planned anti-harassment campaign
    Chinese authorities have released five feminist activists detained last month as they were planning a public outreach campaign against sexual harassment on public transportation. The women's detention had attracted worldwide attention, including...
  • Four fired, 7 punished in Shanghai for deadly New Year's Eve stampede

    Four fired, 7 punished in Shanghai for deadly New Year's Eve stampede
    Local officials failed to adequately assess risks and deploy sufficient police ahead of the stampede in Shanghai on New Year’s Eve that left 36 people dead and 49 injured, the city government said in its official investigation report released...
  • Why China might be ready to clear the air

    It's easy to throw cold water on the U.S. climate change agreement with China and, for spite, chill your glass in an energy-guzzling refrigerator: These are nonbinding goals for the far-off future, tossed out at a summit to make two leaders look good....
  • Hong Kong students boycott classes to press for democracy

    Hong Kong students boycott classes to press for democracy
    Thousands of Hong Kong college students are boycotting classes this week to press for democratic reforms in the southern Chinese territory. The protesting students, joined by teachers and members of the public, have turned the Chinese University of Hong...
  • Six arrested as Hong Kong protesters storm government plaza

    Six arrested as Hong Kong protesters storm government plaza
    Nearly 100 pro-democracy protesters, some scaling fences, tried to occupy part of a plaza at the main government compound in Hong Kong late Friday, before police using pepper spray moved swiftly in an attempt to disperse the crowd. The protesters,...
  • Taiwan rebuffs Chinese leader's new pitch for unification

    Taiwan rebuffs Chinese leader's new pitch for unification
    Taiwan has sharply rejected Chinese President Xi Jinping’s suggestion that the two sides end more than six decades of hostile separation by adopting a “one country, two systems” model like the one employed to achieve the return of the...
  • China and its challenges

    China may be said to confront four current categories of challenge. The first is easiest and comes from the island entities and states in southern Chinese waters who challenge China's claim to complete sovereignty in the region, comparing its rivals there...
  • Hong Kong leader offers talks with protesters, but won't quit

    Hong Kong leader offers talks with protesters, but won't quit
    In a significant turn that could fracture Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement, the territory’s chief executive said late Thursday that members of his administration would hold talks with a student group. But he refused to bow to activists&...
  • In turbulent Hong Kong, conspiracy theories point West

    In turbulent Hong Kong, conspiracy theories point West
    One of the many colorful images from the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong was of a demonstrator wearing a Gulf War-era U.S. military helmet and carrying a red-white-and-blue Captain America shield. Was it finally irrefutable proof that Washington was...
  • Hong Kong protesters vow to carry on fight as officials scrap talks

    Hong Kong protesters vow to carry on fight as officials scrap talks
    Formal talks between the Hong Kong government and student leaders set for Friday have been called off, raising the specter of more demonstrations in a city already weary from 12 days of protests. Carrie Lam, chief secretary of Hong Kong, said the...