Vincent Wong is a PhD candidate at Osgoode Hall Law School where he researches barriers to education for undocumented youth from a critical race perspective. He is also on the advisory committee of the Community Justice Collective (Tkaranto) and a member of the Lausan Collective, a leftist group of writers, researchers, activists and artists from Hong Kong and its diasporas, engaging with the city’s political struggle.

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    China, the Canadian left, and countering state capitalist apologia

    Amid escalating tensions between the U.S. and Chinese governments, a troubling campist discourse has been growing in the Canadian left. Socialists should side with neither the American nor the Chinese state – instead, we need to build internationalism from below.