Youngest ever Willoughby Councillor, a committed Christian promising common-sense politics

Twenty-two year old UNSW law student Brendon Zhu is the second youngest councillor elected in the 2017 local government elections

Cumbersome Council Candidates Distribute Unauthorised Advertising and Old Promises

A Western Sydney council candidate has been caught breaching electoral advertising regulations and promising an already completed infrastructure project

Meet the 26-Year-Old Chinese-Australian running for Salim Mehajer’s old Auburn seat

Taking on more than just the traditional immigrant story, Kun Huang is challenging Auburn’s infamous politics as he runs for a spot on Cumberland Council

Year in Review: Australian Politics in 2016

Roydon Ng takes a look back at Australian Politics in 2016 with the winners and losers as well as looking ahead to the year ahead.

Guide to “Electoral Fraud” in Hong Kong

How Hong Kong’s true rulers in Beijing are trying to eradicate pan-democratic opposition voices.

Hong Kong Independence = Build The New Great Wall

The so-called “plan” for Hong Kong independence (which is a self defeating act) is currently as good as chopping off a tree branch you’re sitting on.