Our gallery showcases a way of looking at the world that is distinctly 'Independent'
Is the future freedom of Hong Kong perhaps really in the hands of folk like HSBC and Citibank and the other 68 world banks whose offices are here?
Twenty-two young people have killed themselves in Hong Kong since the start of the academic year
Some countries allow drivers to exchange their licences with no extra tests, but others require drivers to take another test to get their new licence
Demonstrators throw bricks at police and set fire to rubbish bins in Mong Kok
Leo De Watts is thought to have made thousands of pounds in just a few weeks by shipping air to China from the UK
We live in an age when communication is easy, yet we continue to cluster together for work and play
An estimated 2.8 billion trips are completed by family members heading home from wherever work has taken them, something akin to Thanksgiving in the US
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'Even though I am a Swedish national, I truly feel that I am still Chinese. So I hope that the Swedish side would let me solve my own problems'
(12A) Wilson Yip, 110 mins. Starring: Donnie Yen, Patrick Tam, Jin Zhang, Lynn Hung, Mike Tyson
Titled ‘An Urgent Cry from Hong Kong’, Agnes Chow’s criticism of China has received nearly a million views in just three days
Both at home and abroad, students from across the globe worked hard to bring about change
Mark Jones outlines his plan to save tourism in the island city - it's all about the 'gweilos'
Suspects in surgical masks seen igniting objects in rubbish bin before fleeing after debate on a copyright bill was cancelled
The Australian photographer raises his eyes to the heavens for his latest project