Karen Cheung is a freelance journalist and law student in Hong Kong. She was formerly a Senior Reporter at Hong Kong Free Press, covering local politics, human rights, and arts and culture. She also served as a consultant for PEN America’s 2016 report on the Causeway Bay bookstore disappearances.

Last Updated: April 3, 2017



Is Hong Kong on Its Way to Becoming Just Another City in the P.R.C.?

Antony Dapiran, Suzanne Sataline & more
On March 26, the roughly 1,200-person Hong Kong Election Committee chose Carrie Lam as chief executive—Hong Kong’s fourth leader since the United Kingdom returned the territory to Chinese rule in 1997. Unpopular with Hong Kong’s pro-democracy...