This book discusses why the Hong Kong protest movement emerged at a specific time, how it developed from a single protest into a series collective actions, and how effective it has been in changing government policy. It argues that the news media has been crucial - more so than political parties or the movement's organisers - in determining how the protests have developed, and it examines the possible connections between the 1 July protests in Hong Kong and the pro-democracy protests in China.

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