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Hong Kong’s Protests Are Just the Beginning

Many Hongkongers simply don’t identify as Chinese

Photo: Anthony Kwan/Getty Images

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 | www.michelekohmorollo.com | Author of “Without:Stories of lack and longing”

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