Op-ed

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Government and university action is needed to ensure the safety of Chinese people abroad during the outbreak
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The fallout from the extradition bill shows that Beijing has no intention of allowing the city to maintain its autonomy.
More important initiatives, like better recycling and less packaging, should be taken to truly cut down on waste.
The collapse of the office space rental start-up is a wake up call for investors who have been blinded by the meteoric rise of other tech giants.
Chief Executive Carrie Lam's speech following the city's historic vote was inadequate and potentially dangerous.
The viral video of a gay teen slapping another after being called a slur is being celebrated, but why?
Does feeling bad matter when it comes to being sentenced for a crime?
Bullying of any form is unacceptable in our society, whether it takes place in a schoolyard or via international media.
Heavy industries, such as manufacturing cement and steel, generate 22 per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions, yet they are absent from climate conversations.
Although they represented the city at the UN, there are many who don't think violence will lead to peace, but their opinions aren't being heard
The Swedish teen has brought environmental issues to the forefront and isn't afraid to condemn anyone, even the people who praise her.