The Politics of Unionisation in Hong Kong: An Interview with Dr Bill Taylor
Unions in Hong Kong played an important role in the historical develoopment of civil society and labour rights long before the handover of Hong Kong to the Chinese sovereignty in 1997. But what are the possible impacts of the new union movement in Hong Kong today?
KEYWORDS: labour activism; unionism; Hong Kong studies; social movement; industrial relations
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