Hong-Kong Protests


Dolcevita

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A warrant has been issued for the arrest of four Danish citizens in helping him jump bail.

中國香港向4名丹麥國會議員發出國際拘捕令!
這4人曾以議員身份欺騙香港法庭協助許智峯潛逃入境丹麥。 丹麥政府相信不會將4人引渡,但這4人今生亦會是通緝犯,不可踏足任何與中國有引渡協議的國家,或過境中國水域或空域,這可不是說笑的!厲害了,我的香港!

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HK is still being treated as a colony.
In western world and British Common Law, Whites are exempt and not bound by rule of Law.
 

Crang

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  • The city’s colonial success was largely based on an implicit understanding between Westminster and Beijing to leave it alone. Now, it has become a pawn in the great game of nations

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Mr T

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....These are not the words of friends or partners but of a government intent on breaking from the wider world. That has been going on for some time if the city’s slide down annual global rankings is any guide.

In the latest rankings of world cities by Bestcities.org, Hong Kong plunged from 19th to 42nd, with a report noting that it was hard to imagine why a foreigner would want to “visit a city where they could very easily be detained for wearing the wrong shirt”. In Reporters Without Borders’ World Press Freedom Index, Hong Kong fell from 73rd in 2019 to
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Before the national security law was introduced, I still had hope for the city. But in the wake of mass arrests, often on what appear to be spurious grounds, the rabid hubris of officials here and in Beijing, and the lack of awareness of the importance of diplomatic language, I am fast rethinking my position.

I’m starting to agree with a belief that we’re fast sliding and becoming a second-tier city alongside the likes of Wuhan and Hangzhou. The death knell will be sounded if any attempt is made to shut out or censor internet giants like Google, Facebook and
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I wouldn't have given the article much attention except for the fact it's from the pro-Beijing South China Morning Post. An opinion piece instead of an editorial so not the paper's offiical line but interesting that the editor allowed it to be published at all.

Anyway, just one person's view. I'm sure the forum is confident Hong Kong will remain one of China's premier cities for the next 30 years and beyond.
 
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I wouldn't have given the article much attention except for the fact it's from the pro-Beijing South China Morning Post. An opinion piece instead of an editorial so not the paper's offiical line but interesting that the editor allowed it to be published at all.
When you need to label even the South China Morning Post as pro-Beijing, you know your view just has no legs left to stand on.
Anyway, just one person's view. I'm sure the forum is confident Hong Kong will remain one of China's premier cities for the next 30 years and beyond.
Must you be wrong on everything? This forum mainly believes that Hong Kong must be relegated by other Chinese cities and remade from the root in order to ablate the Western/British rot before it can grow again and find its new and true place in China. And whether that is a premier city is anyone's guess. You know unlike other small countries that really only have one or two places worth mentioning, China has many many cities that are very modern and growing very fast, with more being added to the list so becoming a premier Chinese city is a tall tall order. Hong Kong can just focus on not being a terrible laggard for now and the near future as it revamps. Baby steps.
 
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