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Hong Kong Is holding elections. It wants them to look real.

Hundreds of politicians hand out leaflets in the tropical heat. Posters remind residents of voter registration deadlines. During a preliminary ballot Sunday, the government touted a record 90 per…

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A talking owl and cheery sounds: Children’s video targets dissent in Hong Kong

The video, which officials said would be used to teach primary school students, is part of a broader push to overhaul school curriculum after months of fierce anti-government protests in 2019

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In Hong Kong, a new party’s calls for stability only raise suspicions

The arrival of the Bauhinia Party has fueled furious speculation about the future of Hong Kong’s once-vibrant, at times unruly, political scene

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She chronicled China’s crisis, now she is accused of spreading lies

She has continued challenging authorities from jail

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China long avoided discussing mental health. The pandemic changed that.

The coronavirus pandemic, which started in China, has forced the country to confront the issue of mental health, a topic long ignored because of scarce resources and widespread social stigmas

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Fear grips universities in Hong Kong as law muzzles political debate

The security law, enacted this summer, specifically orders the government to increase supervision over universities

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