Young activists, with some facing criminal charges, fled to Taiwan to receive temporary residency and mental care from local non-government organizations.
The anti-ELAB movement reminds Koreans of the 1980 Gwangju Uprising. Korean students and witnesses of the Gwangju Uprising share their story of freedom fight and their sympathy for the movement in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong volunteers offer helping hands on the basic needs of frontline protesters and secondary school students who actively participated in the social movement.
Hong Kong people are fearful of losing their freedoms and being fully integrated with the Chinese mainland, which...
Hong Kong employees sense an atmosphere of fear which forces them to keep silent about their political stances as some of them are fired after expressing support for the city’s pro-democracy movement.
Weekend getaways to mainland China have gained popularity among Hong Kong people in recent years. However, some travellers now have grown fear travelling to the Mainland over concerns of privacy and safety.
Students’ fear of phone checks and interrogation by mainland officers amid the city’s month-long anti-government movement has sparked debate about the need of having attachment programmes in China.
Local protesters reach out to the international community through digital platforms while those overseas help by informing people around them.
Throughout the Anti-ELAB Movement in the past few months, protesters are showing a strong awareness of personal data and surveillance concerns. Varsity talks to protesters and experts about privacy issues.
Telegram and LIHKG, two social media platforms, play a significant role in mobilisation of Hong Kong protesters during the city’s months-long anti-government movement.