London correspondent for the @AP covering UK news; also independent China researcher, writer. Hong Kong native. In HK this week.

In Hong Kong, no endgame for chaotic protests - WBTV 3 News, Weather, Sports, and Traffic for Charlotte, NC

wbtv.com — By SYLVIA HUI and KELVIN CHANAssociated Press HONG KONG (AP) - Three weeks ago, students at a rally stormed a fenced-off courtyard outside Hong Kong's government headquarters, triggering unprecedented mass protests for greater democracy in the semiautonomous Chinese city. Since then, the movement has spiraled into a volatile and dangerous crisis with no clear endgame.

In Hong Kong, no endgame for chaotic protests - Cincinnati News, FOX19-WXIX TV

fox19.com — By SYLVIA HUI and KELVIN CHANAssociated Press HONG KONG (AP) - Three weeks ago, students at a rally stormed a fenced-off courtyard outside Hong Kong's government headquarters, triggering unprecedented mass protests for greater democracy in the semiautonomous Chinese city. Since then, the movement has spiraled into a volatile and dangerous crisis with no clear endgame.

Do Hong Kong protesters have an endgame? Three key questions answered

csmonitor.com — The Hong Kong protests have spiraled into a volatile and dangerous crisis with no end in sight. As events continue to unfold, the Associated Press answers three key questions. Three weeks ago, students at a rally stormed a fenced-off courtyard outside Hong Kong's government headquarters, triggering unprecedented mass protests for greater democracy in the semiautonomous Chinese city.

In Hong Kong, no endgame for chaotic protests

billingsgazette.com — HONG KONG (AP) - Three weeks ago, students at a rally stormed a fenced-off courtyard outside Hong Kong's government headquarters, triggering unprecedented mass protests for greater democracy in the semiautonomous Chinese city. Since then, the movement has spiraled into a volatile and dangerous crisis with no clear endgame.

In Hong Kong, no endgame for chaotic protests

ktvu.com — By SYLVIA HUI The Associated Press HONG KONG - Three weeks ago, students at a rally stormed a fenced-off courtyard outside Hong Kong's government headquarters, triggering unprecedented mass protests for greater democracy in the semiautonomous Chinese city. Since then, the movement has spiraled into a volatile and dangerous crisis with no clear endgame.

In Hong Kong, no endgame for chaotic protests - FOX5 Vegas - KVVU

fox5vegas.com — By SYLVIA HUI and KELVIN CHANAssociated Press HONG KONG (AP) - Three weeks ago, students at a rally stormed a fenced-off courtyard outside Hong Kong's government headquarters, triggering unprecedented mass protests for greater democracy in the semiautonomous Chinese city. Since then, the movement has spiraled into a volatile and dangerous crisis with no clear endgame.

In Hong Kong, no endgame for chaotic protests

daytondailynews.com — By SYLVIA HUI The Associated Press HONG KONG - Three weeks ago, students at a rally stormed a fenced-off courtyard outside Hong Kong's government headquarters, triggering unprecedented mass protests for greater democracy in the semiautonomous Chinese city. Since then, the movement has spiraled into a volatile and dangerous crisis with no clear endgame.

In Hong Kong, no endgame for chaotic protests - The Monitor: Apnews

themonitor.com — Against this backdrop, a government offer to negotiate with students appears highly unlikely to resolve the largest uprising since the former British colony returned to Chinese control 17 years ago. "The endgame is nowhere in sight," said Willy Lam, a China expert at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

In Hong Kong, No Endgame for Chaotic Protests

abcnews.go.com — Three weeks ago, students at a rally stormed a fenced-off courtyard outside Hong Kong's government headquarters, triggering unprecedented mass protests for greater democracy in the semiautonomous Chinese city. Since then, the movement has spiraled into a volatile and dangerous crisis with no clear endgame.

In Hong Kong, no endgame for chaotic protests

bigstory.ap.org — HONG KONG (AP) - Three weeks ago, students at a rally stormed a fenced-off courtyard outside Hong Kong's government headquarters, triggering unprecedented mass protests for greater democracy in the semiautonomous Chinese city. Since then, the movement has spiraled into a volatile and dangerous crisis with no clear endgame.
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Oct 22, 2014

RT @AP: #AP10Things: U.S. tightens Ebola screening at airports; Liberians stranded in Ghana because of virus: apne.ws/12akP1e

Oct 21, 2014

Back to the mundane, and appreciating it. Making dinner, post-dinner cribbage, sitting on the couch with the TV on (and not news!)

Oct 21, 2014

RT @joannachiu: Students said is unclear what govt's proposed report and "committee" would consist of or whether it'd solve problems pic.twitter.com/Zjkqvg75mj

Oct 21, 2014

@paul2ivan Can't help being amused that your face is now appearing in my twitter feed!

Oct 21, 2014

RT @WSJ: Hong Kong leader says a free vote would allow the poor to dominate elections. Readers react: on.wsj.com/1t7Ih9b pic.twitter.com/4oxVlo0Rvw

Oct 21, 2014

RT @OCLPHK: Carrie Lam: noticed students said "solve HK problems in HK", but HK is not independent, central gov has responsibilities

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