Tag: China

Solidarity with Hong Kong Student Protesters

Solidarity with Hong Kong Student Protesters

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12/02/2019

In November, Hong Kong police used excessive and violent methods to trap and arrest pro-democracy protesters congregating at local universities. Since protests across Hong Kong began in March, the frequency and severity of confrontations between police and protesters have escalated, in particular following policy changes in October that loosened the restrictions on the use of…

China imposes exit ban on SFS sophomore

China imposes exit ban on SFS sophomore

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11/30/2018

China has placed an exit ban on Victor Liu (SFS ’21) and his sister and mother, the New York Times has reported. The ban prevents Liu, who was born in the United States, from leaving China, where he traveled with his mother and sister this summer. In the Times article, Liu said that China was…

Alexander Hamilton Society hosts panel on Chinese soft power

Alexander Hamilton Society hosts panel on Chinese soft power

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09/26/2018

The Alexander Hamilton Society hosted a panel in the ICC auditorium to discuss Chinese soft power on Sept. 18. Allie Williams (SFS ‘19), president of the Alexander Hamilton Society, spoke on the importance of this discussion in light of a Foreign Policy report revealing the Chinese government actively funds a Georgetown student organization. According to…

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