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From Roarmag (28/09/2020) … Hong Kong in revolt: an interview with Au Loong-Yu To celebrate the publication of his new book, Au Loong-Yu joins us to talk about the origins, scope and legacy of last year’s Hong Kong rebellion. When … Continue reading
From Roarmag (21/11/2019), a film telling of the Hong Kong insurrection, by Ross Domoney … Since early June, a huge protest movement has erupted in the semi-autonomous region of Hong Kong against the encroaching rule of China. What started as … Continue reading
This struggle has played a pedagogical role for everyone who has participated in it. It is a phenomenological pedagogy in which the city that we inhabit has acquired an entirely new significance through the process of the struggle—every aspect of … Continue reading
From an anonymous contributor, news from Hong Kong’s ongoing insurrection (posted on Its going down 13/08/2019) …
From the CrimethInc. collective, an interview with an anarchist collective in Hong Kong, on the ongoing protests against a proposed extradition law with china.
As many of the streets of Hong Kong remain occupied, the movement unmasks the nature of the power that it contests. If a guarantee of formal representative democracy was the stated motive for the protest, it has already become, as … Continue reading
If you want to govern the people, you must place yourself below them. If you want to lead the people, you must learn how to follow them. Lao Tzu, Tao Te Ching In an effort to diffuse alternative readings of … Continue reading