External Resources

Below are external resources about the movement and Hong Kong if you want to learn more. They include the timeline of the movement, how you can become a part of the movement, and key protests that shifted the course of the movement.

To learn more about what has happened in Hong Kong from 2018-2020, you can refer to the source below.


This CNN page highlights the main protests that have happened in Hong Kong as well as the latest news and events in Hong Kong. 


If you want to further help this movement and those personally affected by it, you may consider donating to the following organizations:

Toronto Association for Democracy in China (TADC) // 多倫多支持中國民運會

TADC was founded in May 1989 to support the student protest in Tiananmen Square in Beijing and the movement for democratic reform in China. They work with other NGOs to advocate for human rights and democracy in China and hold commemorative events on the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre. TADC does not accept funding from any government and relies solely on donations from the general public. In December 2020, the organization started fundraising for refugees from Hong Kong to Canada.


To donate, please go to the following website: https://www.tadc.ca/tadc-hong-kong-humanitarian-fund/


We are in no way affiliated with the organizations listed above nor are we endorsing them in any way. We have chosen these organizations after doing research, for those who want to further help the movement through donations.