Japanese translator Miruka Adachi, who was raised in Hong Kong and calls the city her second home, rediscovers the enduring connection between the two regions.
Just as Hong Kong's 90-year-old Cardinal Zen was held guilty over a pro-democracy support fund, protests flared in China in open defiance against Xi Jinping.
New Praemium Imperiale Sculpture laureate Ai Weiwei discusses influences on his life and work from poetry and refugees to dictators and free speech.
Under Xi Jinping in his 3rd term, we have entered a truly dangerous period in which the postwar peace that Japan has known may well be...
The British government should unwaveringly hold China responsible for the beating of a peaceful demonstrator in the United Kingdom.
Winning an unprecedented third term at the 20th Chinese Communist Party congress will give Xi Jinping the freedom to change the status quo by force.
The significance of Japan-China talks lies in the candid exchange of opinions, even though it may be painful for the Chinese leaders to hear.
Released in Japan on August 13, the documentary film "Revolution of Our Times" examines protests in Hong Kong against China's tightening grip on freedom.
Matt Beyer, EASL’s CEO, recalls working as a Chinese interpreter for the NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks and shares insights on the plans for his league’s inaugural season.
Among the protestors from Hong Kong and Japan were also people from mainland China, showing their support for the cause of Hong Kong.
The “one country, two systems” spirit has died. The highly-choreographed ceremony marking the 25th anniversary of Hong Kong’s handover to China was a farce.
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