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La Huegla/The Strike

This week came with an interesting (and unexpected twist) after my 8:30 class on Wednesday morning the teacher made a quick comment to me that she believed the students must really enjoy my class. 527 more words

Living La Vida Española

Silent protest in a university

By Lorie Ann Cascaro

The corridor outside Jockey Club School of Chinese Medicine Building at Hong Kong Baptist University was empty on a Saturday afternoon. White bond papers with pictures and slogans covered portions of its brick wall. 172 more words

Tips for Documenting Hong Kong's Protests

This past week has been quite an intense one. I hope those of you joining the protests are being safe.

In light of our course in documentary production, I wanted to share these interesting tips compiled by Witness on documenting protests. 168 more words

Occupied streets upset local businesses

The peaceful student protest in Hong Kong suffered an attack yesterday by opposition groups in the shopping area of ​​Mong Kok, leaving at least 16 people injured and 30 people arrested. 245 more words

Hong Kong

Who can stay up for the longest?

HONG KONG, October 3rd. After three days of relative calm in Hong Kong, the local government announced that it will begin a dialogue with student leaders who have taken to the streets to call for a more democratic system of elections. 220 more words

Hong Kong

‘Top-down and bottom-up’ pressure in Hong Kong

Citizens from 64 cities around the world participated in rallies outside Chinese consulates during China’s National Day, in support of the thousands of people who are demanding a more democratic system of elections in Hong Kong. 485 more words

Hong Kong