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Mr. ’689′ CY Leung and Little Miss Carrie Lam Are Just Too Cute and Adorable to Hate

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It might be a gross understatement to say that Hong Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying and his chief Carrie Lam are not well-liked by Occupy...




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    Beaten, Bloodied Hong Kong Policeman Really a ‘Zombie Cop’

    No, Hong Kong’s police have not been battered and bloodied by pro-democracy protesters, and they haven’t turned into zombies, either. After brutal police action earlier... Read more

  • Hong Kong artist Perry Dino paints the pro-democracy protest area next to the central government offices in Hong Kong on October 14, 2014. (Alex Ogle/AFP/Getty Images)

    Hong Kong Painter Perry Dino Praises Peaceful Umbrella Movement

    If you have been painting scenes of mass demonstrations for a number of weeks, you will definitely get a good grasps of its nature. After... Read more

  • Pro-democracy protesters hold their hands up to show they are unarmed to police officers after they tried to shutdown Lung Wo Road for the second night in a row in Hong Kong on Oct. 16, 2014. (Benjamin Chasteen/Epoch Times)

    Epoch Times Photographer Reflects on Conflicts He’s Been Covering in Hong Kong

    HONG KONG–Epoch Times photographer Ben Chasteen has been documenting the Umbrella Movement through his camera lens, and the recent spate of Hong Kong police action... Read more

  • When a force of police and hired thugs came to the village of Fuyou in southwestern China’s Yunnan Province to put an end to a land dispute on Oct. 14, the inhabitants decided to fight back. In the end, 6 police and 2 locals died. (Screenshot/Weibo)

    In Land Dispute in China’s Yunnan Province, Farmers Resist and Execute 5 by Burning

    When a force of police and hired thugs came to the village of Fuyou in southwestern China’s Yunnan Province to put an end to a... Read more

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    Granny Huang’s ‘Umbrella Rice Noodle Rolls’ Save Hong Kong Student Protesters From McDonald’s

    Protesting for your country’s democratic future can be hard and hungry work, and having McDonald’s for every meal can only support one’s health and spirit... Read more

  • Pro-democracy protesters stand off with the police after they were trying all night to shutdown parts of Argyle Street and Nathan Road in Mong Kok, Hong Kong, on Oct. 18, 2014. (Benjamin Chasteen/Epoch Times)

    Cleared by Hong Kong Police, Mong Kok Protesters Return (+Photos)

    HONG KONG—Police and protesters got into violent confrontations, engaged in sometimes comical games of cat and mouse, and finally reached an uneasy standoff on Friday... Read more

  • A police officer holds down a protester on the ground during a clash in the occupied area in the Mong Kok district of Hong Kong, late Friday, Oct. 17, 2014. New scuffles broke out Friday night between Hong Kong riot police and pro-democracy activists in a district where police cleared protesters earlier in the day. The chaotic scenes unfolded hours after police moved in to clear tents, canopies and barricades at Mong Kok, a smaller protest zone across Victoria Harbor from the main occupied area in the heart of the financial district. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung)

    Hong Kong Occupy Central Day 21: Police Injure Protesters With Batons in Mong Kok Standoff (+Photos)

    The Hong Kong police have been resorting to violence in their confrontations with protesters this past week, and their metal night stick appears to be... Read more

  • An pro-democracy activist holds the Captain America sheild a few hours after the Hong Kong police removed all the barriers in the Monk Kok area on Oct. 17, 2014. (Benjamin Chasteen/Epoch Times)

    Three Weeks After the Unfurling of Umbrellas, Hong Kong Remains in Impasse

    HONG KONG—Three weeks ago, students at a rally stormed a fenced-off courtyard outside Hong Kong’s government headquarters, triggering unprecedented mass protests for greater democracy in the semiautonomous... Read more

  • Protesters scuffle with riot policc in the occupied area in the Mong Kok district of Hong Kong Friday, Oct. 17, 2014. New scuffles broke out Friday night between Hong Kong riot police and pro-democracy activists in a district where police cleared protesters earlier in the day. The chaotic scenes unfolded hours after police moved in to clear tents, canopies and barricades at Mong Kok, a smaller protest zone across Victoria Harbor from the main occupied area in the heart of the financial district. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung)

    Hong Kong Police, Occupy Central Protesters Engaged in Fresh Fracas in Mong Kok (+Photos)

    HONG KONG—Hong Kong riot police struggled to hold back hundreds of defiant pro-democracy activists who returned to a district that officers had partially cleared earlier Friday. Police... Read more

  • Police and pro-democracy protesters stand off on a small section of Nathan Road after the police came in early in the morning and removed all of the barriers in the surrounding areas in Mong Kok, Hong Kong, on Oct. 17, 2014. (Benjamin Chasteen/Epoch Times)

    Protesters Comment on Clearing of Mong Kok in Hong Kong

    HONG KONG— The hours after dawn have always been the quietest, and therefore most perilous, for the Mong Kok protest site here, which for the last... Read more

  • Police start to beat pro-democracy protesters after they successfully shutdown Lung Wo Road, one of the major roadways in Hong Kong, on Oct. 14, 2014. (Benjamin Chasteen/Epoch Times)

    Hong Kong Liverpool Fans Decry Politician’s Use of ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ as Tribute to Violent Police

    Hong Kong fans of the English Premier League football side Liverpool are up in arms over the misuse of the club’s iconic song. MAKE US... Read more

  • Police and pro-democracy protesters stand off on a small section of Nathan Road after the police came in early in the morning and removed all of the barriers in the surrounding areas in Mong Kok, Hong Kong, on Oct. 17, 2014. (Benjamin Chasteen/Epoch Times)

    Hong Kong Police Show Up in Force to Clear Mong Kok; Tents, Barricades, Banners Torn Down (+Photos)

    Hong Kong police turn up in force at Mong Kok on Friday morning (October 17) and started to clear the protest site. At about 5:30... Read more

  • Chinese actor Andy Lau waves on May 20, 2013 while posing during a photocall for the film 'Blind Detective' presented Out of Competition at the 66th edition of the Cannes Film Festival in Cannes. Cannes, one of the world's top film festivals, opened on May 15 and will climax on May 26 with awards selected by a jury headed this year by Hollywood legend Steven Spielberg. (Anne-Christine Pouiloulat/AFP/Getty Images)

    China Media Authorities Censor Andy Lau and Chow Yun-Fat

    It seems that no movie star is too big for Chinese media authorities to remove from their billboards, especially if they speak up for something... Read more

  • In a graphic from hacker group Anonymous, Nyan Cats from a popular meme are shown flying into China. On Oct. 15, Anonymous declared cyberwar on the Chinese regime and announced a new series of attacks. (Anonymous)

    Anonymous Hackers Declare Cyberwar on Chinese Regime, List Over 150 Targets (+Video)

    Members of the hacker collective Anonymous officially declared cyberwar on the Chinese regime in an Oct. 15 video announcement. “We have now declared cyberwar on... Read more

  • Thousands of pro-democracy protesters hold signs upside down that say in Chinese “Black Police,” referring to the incident in which police beat and kicked protesters as they removed them from Long Wo Road, on Oct. 15. (Benjamin Chasteen/Epoch Times)

    Brutality and Determination in Hong Kong

    News Analysis After over two weeks of student protests for democracy that have clogged some of Hong Kong’s busiest thoroughfares, the city’s chief executive has... Read more

  • Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying gestures during a press conference after his 2014 policy address in Hong Kong on Jan. 15. Leung has reportedly pocketed millions from a business deal with Australian engineering firm UGL, raising charges of a conflict of interest. (Philippe Lopez/AFP/Getty Images)

    Hong Kong Head Honcho CY Leung Agrees to Stick to His Guns in Proposed Talk With Protesters

    The smart thing to do when you are not popularly elected, mocked by your own people, and embroiled in a corruption scandal is to openly... Read more


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