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What's Hong Kong's Future? Senior Chinese official shoots down C. Y. Leung's idea of Hong Kong as ‘super connector’ to the world

Ou Xiaoli, head of National Development and Reform Commission’s Department of Western Region Development,’sceptical’ about success of Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying’s idea

By Denise Tsang… 593 more words

Fear and loathing of Leung Chun-ying

Fear and loathing of Leung Chun-ying

Comment in South China Morning Post by Michael Chugani 26 December 2014.


Chugani says the chief executive’s refusal to play dead when attacked may be one reason his opponents just loathe him. 243 more words

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Hong Kong and Macau: China will not tolerate any more challenges to Beijing's authority

Xi and Li indicate sterner approach to city’s political affairs during C.Y. Leung visit while pledging support for economic development

China “Big Shots” Stress Hong Kong Should Follow Orders From Beijing… 1,054 more words


South China Morning Post editorial on the Rafael Hui verdict dated 23 December 2014

How brave of the SCMP, which bends over backwards to support the establishment in Hong Kong, to state the following in its editorial: 218 more words

Hong Kong

Hong Kong protesters hunker down as they celebrate first month of dissent

Full Comment’s Araminta Wordsworth brings you a daily round-up of quality punditry from across the globe. Today: Protesters in Hong Kong are marking the one-month anniversary of their sit-ins as their Umbrella Revolution appears to be entering the middle game. 775 more words

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Will CY Leung give keynote speech at the London Dinner on 30 October?

My response to comment in SCMP by Howard Winn, 24 October 2014.

It is still not known whether Hong Kong Chief Executive C Y Leung will visit London during the current crisis. 624 more words

Hong Kong Politics

Britain failed to ensure democracy in Hong Kong -- But that misstep may be corrected now

By Stuart Leavenworth
McClatchy Foreign Staff

HONG KONG Shortly before midnight on June 30, 1997, a Chinese national flag replaced the Union Jack in Hong Kong, marking the end of British colonial rule. 1,817 more words