“Abolish functional constituencies – we want universal suffrage!”
Mass struggle needed to break the undemocratic grip of Beijing-backed
More than 70,000 demand ‘one person one vote’ in biggest protest since
Tsang took over
Security company G4S has answered a recent security officers’ strike by
sacking 100 members of its workforce.
Anti-establishment mood leave government and business leaders in state
19th anniversary demonstration in the shadow of Sichuan earthquake
“I tried to rip up my ballot paper” –Leung Kwok-hung known as ‘Long
Hair’, an independent socialist legislator in the Hong Kong Assembly
Interview with socialist Hong Kong legislator, "Long Hair" Leung
Charges have been dropped against eleven of the fourteen people charged
with "unlawful assembly" during protests against the World Trade
Organization (WTO) meeting in Hong Kong last month.
The massive demo on 4 December 2005 for universal suffrage has shaken
the government of Donald Tsang and his puppetmasters in the central
The turnout – of between 150,000 and a quarter of a million – exceeded
even the organisers’ expectations.