This book focuses on the separatist trend in Hong Kong, which it approaches by drawing on historical studies, political analysis, social studies and legal analysis. It offers a comprehensive and interdisciplinary guide to the topic, addressing the historical evolution of 'Hong Kong Nativism,' the theoretical connotations and fallacies of 'Hong Kong Independence,' and the legal measures taken to forestall it. Written by mainland scholars who approach the subject matter from a legal perspective, the book offers revealing insights for all students and researchers who are interested in Hong Kong Basic Law and the current political situation in Hong Kong.
Dr. Jie Zhu is a professor at School of Law in Wuhan University. He specializes in Constitutional Law, with research interests in Chinese Constitution, Party Politics, Cross-strait Relationship, Hong Kong Basic Law, German Basic Law, etc. He is the executive director of Wuhan University Research Center of Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao Law, deputy director of Wuhan University Inner-party Laws and Regulations Center. He has authored 10 books and over 70 papers.
Ms. Xiaoshan Zhang is a PhD candidate at School of Law in Wuhan University. She specializes in Constitutional Law, with research interests in Constitutional Theory, Chinese Constitution, Hong Kong Basic Law, etc. She is an assistant researcher at Wuhan University Research Center of Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao Law.