Originally published in Harbour Times as “Canada 150 in Hong Kong: Photos and Report from Consul General Jeff Nankivell” on June 30, 2017. This republished...Read More
Five Prime Ministers in six years: a figure one would not expect for a well-established and stable democracy in the Western world such as Australia. Yet in recent...Read More
Then president-elect Donald Trump’s personal phone call with Taiwanese president Tsai Ing-Wen was one of the initial indicative moves in the incoming Trump...Read More
This Sunday, Cambodia is set to hit the ballot box for the nationwide commune council elections. Cambodians will vote for their local leadership as 1,646 commune...Read More
An ‘Interpretation Mechanism’: What Does it Reflect in Regards to the Political Tension Between Hong Kong and China?
Rao Geping, a renowned scholar from Peking University and a prominent member of the Basic Law Committee, has recommended the establishment of an interpretation...Read More
There has always been an inherent connection between sports and politics. In 19th century Britain, there was a movement known as “muscular Christianity” that...Read More
On May 9th, South Koreans elected Moon Jae-in, a liberal candidate, to succeed Park Geun-hye’s conservative government. This election was a significant turn away from...Read More