Denise Ho on Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement Trial in Foreign Policy and Yale Daily News

November 27, 2018

Professor Denise Y. Ho argues in Foreign Policy that the current trial of Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement leaders represents a turning point.  In her article she discusses two scenarios, and makes the case that affirming public confidence in Hong Kong’s institutions and values—including freedom of speech and assembly—are in the interest of all.  

In the opinion section of the Yale Daily News, she calls for Yale to stand behind the Umbrella Movement leaders, which include Yale-trained sociologist Chan Kin-man.