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Rachel Tsang

True patriotism is to a place and its people, not regimes

It is possible, for some, to travel from one end of Europe to the other in a matter of hours, without ever showing a passport and, with a few clicks of a button, it is also possible to translate vast documents from a foreign language into something a lot more familiar.

Saturday, 22 October, 2011, 12:00am

Under the skin

In contrast to overt acts of discrimination, banal xenophobia is distinguished by its relative acceptability and integration into everyday life, such that its presence is barely acknowledged. It can manifest itself, for example, in the language and terminology used to describe foreigners as well as in the assumptions that are made about conduct and standards of behaviour.

22 Sep 2011 - 12:00am

Students should have considered different views before protesting

Rachel Tsang argues that commentators should form a more informed judgment of [the recent] protests by some students of the University of Hong Kong ('A demonstration of students' commitment to our society', September 6).

9 Sep 2011 - 12:00am

A demonstration of students' commitment to our society

Recent events at the University of Hong Kong have generated much soul-searching about the values of Hong Kong's youth. Given the debates on national and moral education, this couldn't be more timely.

6 Sep 2011 - 12:00am