SUNIL BERI: Hi, we’re sitting here today with Professor Joseph Cheng in Hong Kong, formerly a university professor of political science at City University Hong
Foreign influence, terrorism, possible intervention. This is how China is trying to shape the story of what’s happening in Hong Kong. For weeks, antigovernment protests
JUDY WOODRUFF: Anti-government protests in Hong Kong erupted into chaos today, leaving two people critically injured. One protester was shot at close range by police.
My name is Angeline. I’m a solicitor here in Hong Kong. And in our free time, myself and a lot of colleagues, we go and
We’re following Kent. On weekdays, he works a summer job at a convenience store. On weekends, he protests. It’s been a summer of chaos. People
– Hey, guys, and welcome to This is Now. You may have seen there’s been a little bit of drama when it comes to China