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Boundaries

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Issue 14

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Issue 15

(February 2017)

2012

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Issue 1

(December 2012)

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A Divided History And Its Present: Hong Kong 1967/2017

Confrontation between rioters and the police during the 1967 Riot, 1967, Hong Kong. (Photo: 香港舊照片Old Hong Kong photo) Last year was the 50-year anniversary of one of the most controversial and turbulent moments in the history of colonial Hong Kong – the 1967 riots. The mainstreamaccount of the violent disturbances is that the San Po Kwong labour dispute triggered a series of strikes and demonstrations, which rapidly snowballed into a bloody “anti-British struggle” of the Hong Kong leftists, a spill-over of the Cultural Revolution in mainland China. From May to December 1967, 51 died. 15 of the dead were lost to bomb attacks and 1936 rioters were subsequently convicted of criminal offences.

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