Two museums in China about the Cultural Revolution show very different versions of history

May 16, Published on Quartz Judging by China’s state-controlled media, you might not even be aware that today marks the 50th anniversary of the start of the Cultural Revolution. On May 16, 1966, Communist Party leader Mao Zedong launched a 10-year campaign in the name of combating capitalism. It is estimated that millions of people... Continue Reading →


Hong Kong play seeks to enlighten audience about the Umbrella Movement

January 7, Published on Coconuts Hong Kong What's the legacy of Umbrella Movement? It’s a question many have asked since the protesters ceased to occupy Hong Kong’s streets over a year ago. Thousands of demonstrators went back to their daily lives, while others continued to fight on. For his part, celebrated local playwright Chan Ping-chiu... Continue Reading →

Internet, E-Fraudulence and Financial Loss

With the development and proliferation of computers and easy access to the internet, it becomes increasingly easy to put fraudulent information online. According to a report by the Internet Society, Hong Kong's internet user penetration rate is 74.2%, which ranks 32nd around the world. A cybercrime study conducted by a group of students in Journalism... Continue Reading →

Chow Yong-kang Admitted the Disconnection Between Student Leaders and the Public During Umbrella Movement

“The connection between student leaders and the public was broken, and the public didn’t think the student leaders could represent their standpoints by the end of the revolution.” Said Chow Yong-kang, the former secretary general of Hong Kong Federation of Students, on Umbrella Revolution: in Prospect and Retrospect forum on September 24, 2015. It has... Continue Reading →

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