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What is driving Hong Kong-China tensions? - Talk to Al Jazeera

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  • Published on:  Saturday, July 15, 2017
  • On Talk to Al Jazeera we look at the Umbrella Movement and ask if Communist China can be trusted to run the world's freest economy.
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  • Gregory Jones

    Gregory Jones

     21 days ago

    no one asked Patten about why troops fired live ammunition, imprisoned union people and stopped all protests when Britain was in power. Nor did they ask what treaty did Britain have when it forced the cessation of hong kong .

  • Gregory Jones

    Gregory Jones

     21 days ago

    pro bejiing took 42% of votes not 35%

  • Gregory Jones

    Gregory Jones

     21 days ago

    why does no one ask him what is good about democracy? the treaty did not state it would give democracy or autonomy. it said they would strive towards it. why don't they ask the right questions and challenge his lies.

  • Clement Chin

    Clement Chin

     21 days ago

    British diplomacy hypocrites in their best. as if they forgot how they bullied China and "robbed" Hongkong from China and sold them opium. You have the guts to talk again here? You have dignity?

  • Baby Lon

    Baby Lon

     1 months ago

    Bad blooded guy,reciting the same thing.

  • Jack Moon

    Jack Moon

     2 months ago

    香港还没回归中国前当时英国统治香港也有人权示威不见得美国 讲香港人权 为什么现在美国要出手 难道我们全世界的中国人这么好欺负吗

  • Laurence Co

    Laurence Co

     2 months ago

    My late grandfather was known as the Noble Patriotic Old Man of Hong Kong back in the 60's & early 70's. He was a political and philosophical celebrity. He warned me that the British & the Americans (White Men) cannot be trusted. They have the eternal hatred for the Chinese (especially) and will continue to make plans to suppress the growth of the Chinese people by creating chaos, dividing the society & attempts to destroy our economy. That's why they flood the whole country with the narcotic - "OPIUM and forced us to pay in Silver & Gold. Now, we are seeing this fulfillment clearly. My Grandfather is indeed very wise.

  • Juan Gomez

    Juan Gomez

     2 months ago

    Poor boy. China is 1.

  • unu do

    unu do

     2 months ago

    Al Jazeera has become garbage since 2005. The current Al Jazeera is just the mouthpiece of the United States.

  • matthew mu

    matthew mu

     2 months ago

    what shame in Western Media !!!

    Shooting 2 Rioters in Hong Kong no death during 155 days = bad

    Shooting 250 Protesters over 30 dead in Chile in 25 days = neglect !

    Shooting 400 protesters in Baghdad and Dead over 300 protesters in 15 days = ignored

    .......

  • Mohamed A. Hussein

    Mohamed A. Hussein

     2 months ago

    Biased Commentary! Shallow!
    What has Chris Patten to do with present day Hong Kong?
    Or a teenager who finds his picture on Time Magazine?
    If you want to ask if Communist China can be trusted to run the world's freest economy, Al Jazeera should go to President Xi Jingpin! But before you do that look into a mirror and ask yourself, what gives you the right to ask China about Hong Kong. He might counter asking you about the introduction of OPIUM into China.

  • Mohamed A. Hussein

    Mohamed A. Hussein

     2 months ago

    Biased Commentary! Shallow!
    What has Chris Patten to do with present day Hong Kong?
    Or a teenager who finds his picture on Time Magazine?
    If you want to ask if Communist China can be trusted to run the world's freest economy, Al Jazeera should go to President Xi Jingpin! But before you do that look into a mirror and ask yourself, what gives you the right to ask China about Hong Kong. He might counter asking you about the introduction of OPIUM into China.

  • Chou King

    Chou King

     2 months ago

    This little boy is fill of anger and blind. Failing to see the bigger picture.

  • J KinFL

    J KinFL

     2 months ago

    Do not forget, Hong Kong as leased to Briton for 99 years ( till 1977) under the gun point after the Opium war which Briton forced China to buy Opium - A Drug Lord country, Briton, used military force forcing China to buy drug and to lease Hong Kong to Briton. Any treaty between Briton, the drug lord, and China is an UNFAIR TREATY must be immediately nullified. Chris Patten has no saying whatsoever about China and Hong Kong's internal business; none of his business.

  • Eagles

    Eagles

     2 months ago

    Bring back Governor Patten!

  • A foreign Chinese

    A foreign Chinese

     3 months ago

    Britains responsibilities to HK ? It's an opium war that Britain colonised HK in order to sell opium to the Chinese for tea !! Don't try to cover the truth and say it provides a safe haven for the benefit of mainland china ppl. Bullshit !!

  • Albert Wong

    Albert Wong

     3 months ago

    This interview is a big joke! And Joshua Wong doesnt even know what he is talking! Can anyone tell me when HK has democracy? HK was a British Colony for over a century, before that HK was just an island with a small population. So what does Joshua Wong who has never lived in a democracy knows about democracy? So he claims China has moved the goal post? But similarly isnt what he is asking for doing the same? Democracy wasnt even an option during the British handover to China! It was simply a one country 2 system agreement and at that time HK wasnt even a democracy! And making this a fight for democracy vs greater autonomy is just making things worst!

  • vic c

    vic c

     3 months ago

    a very small country like Qatar (al Jazeera ) trying to be expert in all things. VERY STUPID.

  • Can Cheng

    Can Cheng

     3 months ago

    Hong Kong is part of China

  • Chess Daddy

    Chess Daddy

     3 months ago

    British didn’t give people in Hong Kong rights to vote. Shouldn’t British former governor ask himself first.