Han Yong Hong

Associate Editor, Zaobao; Editor, Zaobao.com

Yong Hong is associate editor of Zaobao and editor of Zaobao.com. She joined Lianhe Zaobao as a journalist in 2000, covering theatre, music and visual arts. In 2005, she was appointed Correspondent for the Zaobao Beijing Bureau and later become Beijing Chief Correspondent in 2009. She received the Business China Young Achiever Award in 2011, making her the second recipient of this award, and the first journalist to receive this recognition.

A protester wears the Guy Fawkes mask during a prayer rally in Tamar Park in Hong Kong on November 9, 2019, in memory of university student Alex Chow. (Philip Fong/AFP)

Darker days lie ahead for Hong Kong

Weekday or weekend, Hong Kong has become a battleground with universities — erstwhile symbols of civility — turning into base camps and refuel stations. What is happening to the Hong Kong as we know it?
China and Hong Kong are very different in their understanding of “one country, two systems”. (Philip Fong/AFP)

Hong Kong: The state of statelessness

Are Hong Kongers a “stateless nation" struggling for autonomy? What are the current protests really about? How will Beijing respond? Han Yong Hong explores the deeper motivations behind the months-long protests in Hong Kong.
The Hong Kong–Zhuhai–Macau Bridge, a key infrastructure in the Greater Bay Area project. (Reuters)

Greater Bay Area: Ambitions, realities and the position of Hong Kong

The Greater Bay Area includes a total of 11 cities along the Lingding Channel of the Pearl River Delta. Hong Kong is one of them and occupied the lead role in this grand plan. Hong Kong is in unrest. Will Shenzhen replace Hong Kong?