Hong Kong pro-democracy movements mark 100th day

Hong Kong pro-democracy protests mark their one-hundredth day on this Tuesday. The widely-detested extradition bill that sparked the chaos in the first place has now been formally withdrawn,… but the longest protest in Hong Kong’s history still has plenty of wind in its sails. For more on this and other Continue Reading

Pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong: Analysis by Victor Teo University of Hong Kong

now monday marked the end of the third straight month in Hong Kong summer of protests a controversial China extradition bill first let the match of anger that has now exploded into a million person marches and the five demands made by the pro-democracy movement to help us put things Continue Reading

Macron denounces nationalism in speech to U.S. Congress

French President Emmanuel Macron has taken aim at several of President Donald Trump’s policies in a hard-hitting speech to both houses of the U.S. Congress. During Wednesday’s speech, Macron denounced nationalism and isolationism and urged America to engage more in global affairs. “We can build the 21st Century world order Continue Reading

France’s Macron urges world leaders to reject nationalism

world leaders gathered in France on Sunday to mark 100 years to the day since the end of World War 1 the leaders of France and Germany used the occasion to warn against nationalism for more on this and other news from around the world let’s turn to Arno at Continue Reading

Former UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon “angry” and “concerned” as nationalism …

we are living in a time of division which is being undermined in the name of nationalism and aggressive trade barriers former Secretary General of the United Nations Ban ki-moon recently spoke with a dude on TV stressing the need for global unity as the world faces a slew of Continue Reading

China reportedly blacklists celebrities for supporting Hong Kong democracy

and the Chinese government test reportedly blacklist at 55 Asian celebrities for voicing support for democracy in Hong Kong meaning they won’t be able to take part in any local media projects now that’s according to the Hong kong-based a South China Morning Post which reported on Tuesday that those Continue Reading

Main opposition leader says ‘left-wing nationalism’ ruining S. Korea

The chair of the nation’s second biggest party blamed President Moon for the confusion in society. Meanwhile, an internal feud continues at the center-left People’s Party ahead of a merger. Kim Min-ji gets us up to speed with the developments. The main opposition Liberty Korea Party claims the Moon administration’s Continue Reading

Hong Kong student protesters boycott first day of classes

again in Hong Kong thousands of Hong Kong students went on a unified class boycott and rallied peacefully for democracy after a violent weekend in Hong Kong full of burning barricades patrol bombs and tear gas let’s go over to our Kim Domini the new center for more on that Continue Reading

Hong Kong protests canceled as Joshua Wong arrested

Now to the latest on Hong Kong protests… a huge pro-democracy protest was scheduled this weekend to coincide with the anniversary of the Umbrella Movement a few years ago. But it’s been canceled at the last minute over security concerns. Lee Kyungeun has more. Calling off the demonstration planned for Continue Reading

HK leader Carrie Lam denies intent to resign following leaked audio

as pro-democracy protests continue in Hong Kong an audio recording of a private meeting was leaked and at Hong Kong’s chief executive Carrie Lam was heard saying that she wished she wished to quit but on Tuesday she disputed the tape saying she’s not going to resign our champion has Continue Reading