Posts Tagged ‘protest’

Under the Gaze

Under the Gaze

The taunt “If you come out to protest, you should expect to be groped!” is but one example of how female protesters were targeted during the Occupy Central movement last year. What’s the difference between the experiences of women in politics, and that of their male counterparts here?

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The Pastor of Civic Square

The Pastor of Civic Square

He pitched a tent to protest alongside staff of HKTV, he is suing the government over the closure of Civic Square, he can be seen on the frontline at many of Hong Kong’s social movements. American veteran and pastor Bob Kraft tells Varsity he is always protesting because fighting injustice is the right thing to do.

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The Art of Protest – Politics Finds Artistic Expression in Hong Kong

The Art of Protest – Politics Finds Artistic Expression in Hong Kong

Hong Kong’s colourful protest culture is increasingly infused with artistic elements, just as themes of politics and protest are increasingly expressed in artworks by local artists. Varsity takes a look at Hong Kong’s art of protest.

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