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Latest Stories from Szu Ping (7)

Chile's inequality challenge

by Szu Ping Chan Nov 22, 2019
The gap between the rich and poor is one of the widest in the developed world.
Felipe Hurtado in Santiago, Chile (Courtesy Felipe Hurtado)

What unites the global protesters

by Szu Ping Chan Nov 21, 2019
Three protesters from around the world, in their own words.
A man walks by graffiti depicting a one-eyed demonstrator -in reference to those injured in recent clashes with police in Chile.
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Parents and protests in Hong Kong

by Szu Ping Chan Nov 21, 2019
"I will encourage them to join in the demonstration because Hong Kong is our city," the mother of a protester said.
Stella, the mother of Hong Kong protester Sher.
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Six months in, Hong Kong protesters remain committed

by Szu Ping Chan Nov 20, 2019
"I have to talk to the government because they can't do what they want," one protester said.
Injured protesters leave for hospital at The Hong Kong Poytechnic University on November 19, 2019 in Hong Kong, China.
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Iraqi youth use art to protest

by Szu Ping Chan Nov 19, 2019
Anti-government protests in Iraq began this October amid high unemployment and anger about corruption and poor public services.
Israa Saadi al Jabouri's painting of a violin in Baghdad, Iraq.
Israa Saadi al Jabouri

Sweden's immigration debate: view from the street

by Robin Elizabeth Herr and Szu Ping Chan Jul 17, 2019
Scandinavia's largest economy has accepted more than 400,000 asylum seekers and relatives of previous immigrants in the past five years.
Adilson Silve was born in Brazil.
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What tiny Estonia can teach the U.S. about opioids

by Victoria Craig and Szu Ping Chan May 31, 2019
The Baltic nation has reduced opioid-related death rates. But how?
A heroin user reads an alert on fentanyl in New York City.
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