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Hong Kong used to be seen as cautious, pragmatic and materialistic. But in the past year, an increasingly bold protest movement has transformed the city. Now, as Beijing tightens its grip, how much longer can the movement survive?

By Tania Branigan and Lily Kuo
Photo by Billy HC Kwok

5600 words, about 30 minutes


For those where reading the article is a barrier, we've created an audio version using a text-to-speech program. You can download it here: https://bit.ly/3dDYnln

Reuters' Pulitzer Prize nominated series of articles written in the fall of 2019: https://www.reuters.com/investigates/section/hongkong-protests/

The Longreads Club is a twice-monthly program hosted by WorldOregon's Young Professionals group. Join us for Longreads Club where we discuss a long-form article focused on global topics every other week. Rather than skim the headlines, we are trying to dive deep and learn from each other to gain a better understanding of world events. No membership or registration required - although it's nice to know who's coming so RSVPs are encouraged. Read the article, show up, and join the discussion!

Although this event is organized by the Young Professionals Steering Committee at WorldOregon, it is open to everyone. You don't need to identify as "young" nor "professional" to attend. In fact, it is better for the discussion to have a wide range of backgrounds and perspectives.

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Hongda Jiang Matthew Goslin Barbara Nelson Thor Hinckley Wendy Busch Steven Jonas 6
July 05, 2020 at 11:30am - 12:30pm PST

Longreads Club: How Hong Kong Caught Fire

via Zoom
Contact: Tim DuRoche ·

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Add to Calendar 07/05/2020 11:30:00 07/05/2020 12:30:00 America/Los_Angeles Longreads Club: How Hong Kong Caught Fire Check https://www.worldoregon.org/longreads_club_how_hong_kong_caught_fire for the latest info. via Zoom Tim DuRoche [email protected]

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