Tag Archives: Hong Kong

Mark Collins – Hong Kong’s Growing Chicom Heebie Jeebies, Part 2

14 Nov

Further to this post (“Disappeared people pop up on the mainland and say the darnedest things…’), the Dragon gets ever more intrusive–oppressive? Beijing Tightens Its Grip i…

Source: Mark Collins – Hong Kong’s Growing Chicom Heebie Jeebies, Part 2

Mark Collins – Hong Kong’s Growing Chicom Heebie Jeebies, Part 2

20 Oct

Further to this post, a story by Terry Glavin (will our prime minister and foreign minister notice?): The fight for democracy in Hong Kong — and how Canada can help Very relevant: The Dragon vs the…

Source: Mark Collins – Hong Kong’s Growing Chicom Heebie Jeebies, Part 2

Mark Collins – The Dragon vs the Press: Covert (Canada); Overt (Hong Kong)

21 Jun

Further to this post, The Dragon’s Grasp on Canadian Chinese-Language Press… two stories at the Globe and Mail, which is doing a fine job on this beat: 1) Canada: Columnist’s firing at B.C.-b…

Source: Mark Collins – The Dragon vs the Press: Covert (Canada); Overt (Hong Kong)

Mark Collins – Hong Kong’s Growing Chicom Heebie Jeebies

14 Mar

Disappeared people pop up on the mainland and say the darnedest things: Why Hong Kong is on edge, again Frank Ching [more here] … The case of the disappearance of five Hong Kong booksellers, …

Source: Mark Collins – Hong Kong’s Growing Chicom Heebie Jeebies