Secondly, Washington has also moved on. The Trump administration didn't want the "act" concerning Hong Kong, which congress pushed on him without choice, and therefore has no interest in enforcing it. The Iran crisis has also diverted the agenda. Senators who were relentless in the support of Hong Kong radicals are now tweeting instead about Tehran at large. … [Read more...] about How the Hong Kong movement fell into decline
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After more than six months of chaos across the city, we have begun to see the serious consequences of the strife: extensive damage to public facilities, human casualties, and both mid- and long-term economic downturn. Nothing has been left unaffected by the massive disruptions caused by violent protests. … [Read more...] about Hong Kong a victim of flawed education
In November, the ministry advised Koreans planning to travel to Hong Kong to reconsider their trips and urged those staying there to pay extra attention to their personal safety. … [Read more...] about Korea Eases Travel Advisory for Hong Kong as Protests Ebb
It’s dangerous when politicians place politics above everything because it gets them so detached from the general public. Worse, the majority of the city’s residents just rolls with it. What the opposition lawmakers didn’t tell people was that even if the government got what it wanted this time, the opposition lawmakers, as has been the case in the past, can always pull a stunt again to derail any “bad law” in the future. … [Read more...] about Give HK’s working moms a politics-free longer maternity leave
Sometimes if they “misbehave”, they get slapped. Periodically, they get slapped so hard, that it takes them decades, even centuries, to get back on their feet. It took China decades to recover from the period of humiliation. India and Indonesia are presently trying to recuperate from the colonial barbarity, and from, in the case of Indonesia, the 1965 US-administered fascist coup. … [Read more...] about How is Washington ‘liberating’ free countries?