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Erica Kwong

Articles by Erica Kwong
Hong Kong pro-democracy activists on trial

Hong Kong pro-democracy activists on trial

Ninety-year-old Catholic Cardinal Joseph Zen is among the many facing protest-related charges

Amid military drills, cyberattacks, and trade restrictions, the Taiwanese are alert and calm

Summer reading: New book proclaims faith amid brutality, while another examines faith and beauty

Amid media crackdown, the city’s press club cancels awards


Beijing tries to snuff out commemorations of the 33rd anniversary of the massacre of peaceful protesters

A pro-Beijing policeman wins “election” to Hong Kong’s top job

Inventing Anna playfully dramatizes the life of a fake heiress who scammed Manhattan elite

Countries around the world implement different measures to adapt to the pandemic

Hong Kong universities once displayed memorials to the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre; now they are gone

News outlets shutter in the wake of the latest government crackdown