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‘We fear Hong Kong will become just another Chinese city’: an interview with Martin Lee (Hong Kong 28 September 2019)

  |   China, Democracy in the 21st Century   |   No comment

Martin Lee Chu-ming, affectionately known as the “grandfather of Hong Kong democracy”. Mick Tsikas/AAP John Keane, University of Sydney This exclusive interview with Martin Lee took place in Hong Kong’s Wan Chai district last weekend. Martin Lee Chu-ming is affectionately known as the “grandfather...

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Book Review: When Trees Fall, Monkeys Scatter: Rethinking Democracy in China

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Ibrahim Genc, PhD candidate at the Victoria University Book Review: When Trees Fall, Monkeys Scatter: Rethinking Democracy in China, orginally published in Horizon Insights Volume 2 Issue 3, P73-74. [gview file="http://www.johnkeane.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Horizon-Insights-2019-3-online.pdf"] ‘When Trees Fall, Monkeys Scatter: Rethinking Democracy in China’ is an important...

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