A small Varsity team went to Taiwan for the Presidential and Legislative Yuan elections earlier this month. They came back with these stories looking at different aspects...
Anti-LGBT activist Joyce Chiu Pui-yuk says she's guided by God and the Bible in her bid for the New Territories East seat in Sunday’s Legislative Council By-election.
“Lesser evil” refers to supporting a less undesirable pro-establishment candidate in the small-circle Chief Executive election.
Former Democratic Party Executive Committee member Au Nok-hin has described the upcoming Legislative Council by-election as a referendum and the says he is the Plan B for the whole pro-democracy camp, not just disqualified candidate Agnes Chow Ting and her party Demosistō.
Taiwan's cafes and bookstores host to a vibrant salon culture that played an important part in the island's democracy and as Varsity discovers, continues to provide a platform for debate today.
Who are the candidates of the Legislative Council Kowloon West By-election? What are their political affiliations? What happened during the nomination period? Take a look at Varsity's graphics and you will find all the information you need.
Wilson Lau Chi-shing describes himself as a neutral who wants to balance the views of the pro-democratic and pro-establishment camps. He is also the only candidate in the New Territories East by-election who has openly declared his support for Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying.
He used to be know for his fiery criticism of the pro-establishment camp but now Edward Yum is calling himself a pragmatist and focusing on economic development in his run for the Hong Kong Island in the upcoming Legislative Council By-election.
Many terms and buzzwords can be seen and heard in news and discussions surrounding the upcoming Legislative Council elections. Some of these terms -such...
The second first-time voter in the Legislative Council elections in our #My1stVote series is 20 year-old Wong Kai-hin. Wong says he intends to vote...