The city's schools are still carrying the legacy of Hong Kong's colonial past, they say.
The politicians say a new round of talks on electoral reforms is 'meaningless' in the wake of a decree from Beijing.
Sun Desheng suffered head injuries while being 'disciplined' and went on hunger strike in protest, his lawyer says.
Li Biyun has lost consciousness three times since being thrown from a vehicle to the side of a road after her trial.
The country's 642 million netizens should dare to join the 50-cent army of online opinion manipulators, the article says.
Police freeze her bank accounts for fear she will transfer money to veteran activist Hada.
He will seek treatment for depression and a neurodegenerative condition.
The strike follows earlier protests, clashes, and detentions outside government offices.
Any content critical of the government's handling of the incident must be deleted from the country's news websites.
Analysts say the move is part of continuing factional strife within the ruling Chinese Communist Party.
Members of a banned opposition party are informed that they could soon lose their freedom.
China's president calls for a full investigation, amid reports that someone flung fake money into the crowd.