Hong Kong Feels Less Invested in Fight for Democracy on Mainland

  HONG KONG (New York Times) — For years, Hui King-to has taken part in the solemn candlelight vigil in Victoria Park here commemorating those who died during the Chinese government’s suppression of protests in Tiananmen Square in Beijing on June 4, 1989. But this year, Mr. Read More


Is Democracy Overrated?

By Lekan Oguntoyinbo NNPA Columnist   Long before China and India became the economic wonders of Asia, there was Singapore, a small, diverse country with no natural resources that took the audacious step of breaking away from the Malaysian federation in 1965 to become an Read More