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The world will see them as "asian"
Xi jing ping is my idol.
Are you serious about multi party system in USA?
As a Chinese, I really hope Hong Kong and Taiwan could keep the spirit of democracy forever, cause they're the only two Chinese-living places (immigration doesn't count) where human rights are respected and people could have freedom. But the situation in Hong Kong is getting worse.
And Netflix explained ?
Many countries just want to be independent
Especially in Africa I pray soon they'll get their independent 🙏🙏😔😔💔
Multi party system of United States ?
Hk always looked down on china and mocked china in thier movies and film.
Chinese people, Chinese writing, Chinese culture, seems like it belongs to China but agree support their wanting democracy.
i mean look.. I do like hong kong having instagram, facebooks and other social media’s and not in china but we all have to accept the fact that Hong kong is China and that would never change. I don’t care your “opinion” and the fact never changes .
this is the best video vox has ever made
It's always a disaster when british comes in leave. Much like the U.S
I mean what is the difference between Hongkongers and Chinese?
It's a bit worrying that china is making the bridge, considering the recent reputation for china's construction projects
A joke: a stranger took over your garden and gave back after 99 years. But he still orders you to plant the flower he likes.
What I don’t understand is why the British aren’t coming to help if mainland China went against the agreement of at least 50 years of letting Hong Kongers be themselves and only going 24 years into it why isn’t the British helping Hong Kongers?