Mourning Liu Xiaobo, a symbol of freedom for Hong Kong?

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Share This:   These days, people around the world are getting involved in their weekly “let’s feel morally superior” pantomime: mourning Liu Xiaobo, the Chinese human rights activist and Nobel Peace Prize laureate who cried for political reform in China … Read More

Five or more reasons why Hong Kong is NOT the capitalist utopia you might imagine it to be (VI): Privatize the Police!

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Share This:   Continuing with our past posts concerning the Hong Kong’s undeserved position in The Heritage Foundation’s Index of Economic Freedom, it is time to talk about the elephant in the room: Police, also called “Rascals” (guwatzai 古惑仔) by … Read More

Review of Yeonmi Park, A North Korean Girl’s Journey to Freedom (Hong Kong Students For Liberty)

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Share This:   North Korea is a pending issue for contemporary politics and politicians, a debate that has been recently brought to the fore by US President Donald Trump on the occasion of his meeting with Xi Jinping, president of … Read More

Demystifying privatization: Private roads and sidewalks in Hong Kong

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Share This:   According to The Heritage Foundation, Hong Kong is and has been, for the last 25 years, an exponent of and exemplary model for economic freedom. Despite its urban development regulation, property rights infringement, state monopolies, the erosion … Read More

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