SCAD moved all HK classes to eLearning for the rest of the quarter due to coronavirus fears. We can’t talk about it.
It is 11 pm. Splashes of blood decorate the floor and shrill yells fill the halls of the Western Rail Line in Yuen Long—the police are not there.
Hong Kong fights back against Chinese influence, despite the inevitable decline of the territory.
Hong Kong's cultural identity, democracy, and freedom of speech is under threat from the looming superpower touching its northern border.
Photo of Hong Kong cityscapeImage by Vincent Aliquo“To be honest, I really hate China,” a frustrated, Hong Kong local said to me. He is referring to the merger between China and Hong Kong within the next couple of decades. Like many, he is concerned that a way of life and cultural identity is under threat … Continue reading Anxiety in Hong Kong: The Threat of Merging With China