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Hong Kong: The Absence of Decolonalization

Leung Man Tao from inmediahk.net discussed why decolonalization hadn't been an agenda since the reunification of Hong Kong with China: Under the principle of “One country Two System” and “50 years Unchange”, the political system in Hong Kong has inherited everything from the colonial Hong Kong. The decolonialization of Hong Kong has therefore become a mission that can't be accomplished. (zh)

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