Yinguang (’23) is a Deputy Politics Editor. He is a prospective Political Science major from Beijing. He is an academic assistant in VeritasChina, promoting Liberal Arts Education for Chinese student. He used to be the chief editor of his high school’s online news agency, Imaginist.
Editor Yinguang Zhao ('23) explains the effects of China's new election law on Hong Kong's democracy.
March 21, 2021
Editors Andrew Solender, Teddy David, Yinguang Zhao and Henry Mitchell analyzed every claim in the Disorientation Guide and fact-checked them. What they found was a publication riddled with inaccuracies.
September 24, 2019
Pro-Democracy politicians won a stunning upset victory in Hong Kong's recent district council elections, but the prosperous city-state remains under the autocratic rule of China. So what do these results mean for the people of Hong Kong?
December 3, 2019