Protestors hold a Black Cloth match to Chater Road from Causeway Bay on July 4, 2014. Photo: David Wong

Protestors hold a Black Cloth match to Chater Road from Causeway Bay on July 4, 2014. Photo: David Wong

Demonstrators marching to Central pass through Wyndham Street on May 22, 1967, during the 1967 riots in Hong Kong. Photo: SCMP Pictures

Demonstrators marching to Central pass through Wyndham Street on May 22, 1967, during the 1967 riots in Hong Kong. Photo: SCMP Pictures

Lizzy Magie, inventor of the Landlord's Game, which we now know as Monopoly, in 1936.

The secret history of Monopoly: the capitalist board game’s leftwing origins

Lizzy Magie, inventor of the Landlord's Game, which we now know as Monopoly, in 1936.

Gerrard Street, in London’s Chinatown, on July 14, 1969.

Gerrard Street, in London’s Chinatown, on July 14, 1969.

A protester keeps the rain off in his matching all weather gear and umbrella. The democracy protest continues to block the main roads in Hong Kong's financial district

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A protester keeps the rain off in his matching all weather gear and umbrella. The democracy protest continues to block the main roads in Hong Kong's financial district

A man breaks the window of a police van with a wooden plank during a protest in Yuyao. October 2013

China flood protests: Police out in force in Yuyao

A man breaks the window of a police van with a wooden plank during a protest in Yuyao. October 2013

The Old Bookworm, Beijing. This is a book cafe located on Sanlitun South Street, diagonally opposite the new Sanlitun Village complex. It is fairly spacious and has a large collection of China-related 'English' books, and apparently hosts book talks, which was something that began to attract some audience. Original blog post from August 2010

The Old Bookworm, Beijing. This is a book cafe located on Sanlitun South Street, diagonally opposite the new Sanlitun Village complex. It is fairly spacious and has a large collection of China-related 'English' books, and apparently hosts book talks, which was something that began to attract some audience. Original blog post from August 2010

The legal loopholes behind the violent forced evictions

The legal loopholes behind the violent forced evictions

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