‘I guess [the Chinese authorities] don’t like people mocking government officials’
Neither side is prepared to make concessions; protestors want democracy, Beijing says they can’t have it.
Hong Kong Students Boycott Classes Over Democracy; Utah Students Boycott Classes Over Backless Dresses
‘Countless resistance campaigns will bear fruit’
DOJ flub allowed Snowden to leave Hong Kong, officials claim
Admits leaking was sole motivation for working for contractor
Snowden is being escorted by diplomats and legal advisors from WikiLeaks
Assange said Wednesday that his organization is assisting Snowden in an attempt to broker asylum in Iceland
“Ask yourself: if I were a Chinese spy, why wouldn’t I have flown directly into Beijing?,” said Snowden.
Would a hero leave the country with four laptops full of national security secrets?
American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong on fiscal cliff negotiations: Democracy is 'being watched' - TheDC
‘We can’t afford to fall off this cliff’
Hong Kong stamps out last major 'occupy' camp - Bloomberg
Global protest movement loses last holdout
Roach out-maneuvered her competitors to win first place in her division at Hong Kong’s International Pole Championship
Company had servers in ‘Ashburn, Va., Washington, D.C., the Netherlands and Canada’ said Justice Department
After Hong King residents complained of discrimination by Dolce and Gabbana, the store issued a formal apology
Report: Rise in corruption, spending, decline in monetary freedom, investment freedom, combine for decline
‘Sex and Zen’ beat the first-day cash record set by James Cameron’s ‘Avatar’
Is Hong Kong Freer Than US? - TheDC
In this year’s economic freedom index, Hong Kong ranked number one, while the U.S. slid down to number nine
The Jackie Chan 'curse' - LAT
Judging from billboards and television commercials in China, film star Jackie Chan has never met a product he wouldn’t endorse