The Façade of Western Democratization through the Spectrum of the 2019 Hong Kong Protests: From Volonte Generale to Volonte de l’Elite

The Conflict Anatomy

In the aftermath of British colonialism, the governance of Hong Kong was handed over to the Chinese in 1997 under the ‘One Country, Two Systems arrangement’, with the intention that Hong Kong will maintain its political semi-autonomy for at least half a century. Such an arrangement, following the bane of every post-colony hitherto under the British and French invasion, was bedeviled, ab initio, with future implosions from the inherited structural divide and rule mechanism.

TOC Hong Kong Studies Vol. 2, No. 1 (2019)

Hong Kong Studies, the first bilingual academic journal on Hong Kong, is pleased to announce the publication of the latest issue, Volume 2 Number 1 (Spring 2019), on our open-access website: http://bit.ly/2pn6XPZ (under the Issues tab).

The table of contents is below. Wide circulation is appreciated. Thank you.

With best wishes,

Editors of Hong Kong Studies

 

Introduction

Tammy Ho, Michael O’Sullivan, Eddie Tay, Michael Tsang

CFP: '“All Roads Lead to Hong Kong”: People, City, Empires', Hong Kong History Project Conference (Hong Kong, 6-7 June 2019)

“All Roads Lead to Hong Kong”: People, City, Empires
Hong Kong History Project Conference

6-7 June 2019, University of Hong Kong

Keynote speaker: Henry Yu, Associate Professor, Department of History, University of British Columbia

CFP: "All Roads Lead to Hong Kong": People, City, Empires (Hong Kong, 6-7 June 2019)

“All Roads Lead to Hong Kong”: People, City, Empires
Hong Kong History Project Conference

6-7 June 2019, University of Hong Kong

Keynote speaker: Henry Yu, Associate Professor, Department of History, University of British Columbia

CFP, '“All Roads Lead to Hong Kong”: People, City, Empires Hong Kong History Project Conference', University of Hong Kong, 6-7 June 2019

“All Roads Lead to Hong Kong”: People, City, Empires
Hong Kong History Project Conference

6-7 June 2019, University of Hong Kong

Keynote speaker: Henry Yu, Associate Professor, Department of History, University of British Columbia

 

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