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Hong Kong’s Protests Are Just the Beginning

Many Hongkongers simply don’t identify as Chinese

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HHundreds of thousands of Hongkongers took to the streets this month in what was purported to be the largest public protest ever held in Hong Kong’s history. Their goal: to compel the city’s Chief Executive Carrie Lam to abandon a proposed extradition law that would allow Hong Kong criminals to be tried in…




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Michele Koh Morollo

Michele Koh Morollo

Journo | Copywriter | Short Fiction Author | | Author of “Without:Stories of lack and longing”

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