Lily Ho

Lily Ho writes pseudonymously about Chinese politics. She is currently based in Hong Kong, and has also spent considerable time in Taiwan and China.

  • The first post-Occupy rallies in Hong Kong, February 2015. Demotix/David Smith. All rights reserved.
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    The right to Hong Kong
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    The protest camps have been cleared. But Hong Kong’s Occupy movement has laid bare the struggle for space that rages across the city.

  • Occupy Central protesters
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    With peace and love: civil disobedience in Hong Kong
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    Western media outlets have described Hong Kong’s accelerated wave of unrest as predominantly led by students. It has a much wider base than that. Months of steady canvassing and campaigning on the streets, and a promotion of emotive symbolism over violence, have garnered enormous sympathy for the Occupy movement.

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