The story of Hong Kong is a Shakespearean tragedy

Richard Bush’s recent piece on how and when Hong Kong went awry provides a superb, balanced description of the current situation there and the role — for better or worse — of the various actors. What is unfolding is a Shakespearean tragedy in five acts. Act 1: The United Kingdom creates a fantastically dynamic, business-friendly … Continue reading The story of Hong Kong is a Shakespearean tragedy