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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.- Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe- Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish- Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera- Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
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  • Flag Unit

    Flag Unit

     2 days ago +3

    "Father Forgive them, for they know not what they do." -- Luke 23:24

  • Bulaoker Yue

    Bulaoker Yue

     3 days ago +11

    the teenager under interview is like a joke. He doesn't know what he is talking about, and how serious the topic is.

  • Emmy Li

    Emmy Li

     yesterday +5

    You got title wrong, Hongkong is part of China. In terms of tensions you need to ask CIA and NED, as they are the evil behind those Yong protesters.

  • ENCHONG LIU

    ENCHONG LIU

     2 years ago +46

    this world is not about right or wrong, democracy or communism. these politicl ideologies were creating by our human being, its about how to use it

  • raysschoko

    raysschoko

     yesterday

    He better run because he openly asked for regime change

  • Allan Er

    Allan Er

     14 hours ago +3

    Too many untruths in this interview! When did Hong Kong ever have democracy? Basic Law did not say you can practice democracy and international suffrage, and you demanding for it is in fact going against the basic tenet of the Basic Law which means you are illegally encouraging an uprising in China. Wake up and see the damage you gave done and i bet you will escape to either US or UK when crackdown is imminent.

  • arquitectura concurso

    arquitectura concurso

     8 months ago +25

    The people wrongly think that Democracy is the cause of a country's development, and not a consequence of it.

  • Keith Lau

    Keith Lau

     3 days ago +2

    A typical western biased media misleading the public. Tell you what the western democracy want to tell you. You are far away from the truth by reading this media, sorry to say that.

  • Sl Ly

    Sl Ly

     14 days ago +41

    The young Hong Kongers are very silly.
    First it’s about extradition bill which then is put to death
    but yet the protest goes on. They are ok with no democracy or right to
    vote under 150 years of British occupation and now they bully their own government.
    The protest is very organised, protesters are paid by the NED ( National Endowment For Democracy) more like National Endowment For Destabilising regimes unfavourable to the West’s!, an NGO which is a
    subsidiary organisation of the CIA, Hands off USA and UK.
    Please let China and Hong Kong solve their own domestic issues by themselves without your interference.
    Thank you.

  • 霜田修

    霜田修

     2 days ago

    Not. good image. I recommend to Other Area's same yonger,

  • Z G

    Z G

     2 days ago

    Several repeated crucial questions from the interviewer almost put the interviewee to jail. Luckily the interviewee is smart enough to give the answer. Nice socks on interviewee btw.

  • Rin

    Rin

     14 days ago +43

    Hongkon will just be another Mainland Chinese city. It’s inevitable. If all Hongkongers will leave. China will just replace them. China does not care.

  • kl wies

    kl wies

     2 years ago +32

    LOL the joke is Communist China wants to push policies of Welfare State and Social Housing while Li Ka Shing is absolutely against it. The anger of the Hong Kong kids are correct except the system that failed them is on the Rich Elite in Hong Kong not the Communist.

  • Lady Yellow Bird

    Lady Yellow Bird

     4 hours ago +1

    This young man is heroes of Hongkong

  • Saint Louis

    Saint Louis

     yesterday

    Chinese politics has always been for its leaders and the rich they protect, and do not care for the poor. Ms. Lam has been voted by 700,000, but more than a million are on the streets against her. It is either she is a Chinese puppet or her personal ego above all else.

  • H Paul

    H Paul

     5 days ago +29

    Hong Kong never has democracy under the British rule.
    Western media knows when to be quiet.

  • AmericaAmerica

    AmericaAmerica

     3 days ago +2

    If HK or China follows the western style of electing leaders, they wouldn’t be able to rise to this level in 40 years. Believe or not , ccp practice voting. Just that officials are vetted by the party so that no average Joe can climb to the top like DT and screw up the country.

  • Teck Hoh Ng

    Teck Hoh Ng

     2 days ago +1

    After the success of the umbrella war protests, the angry youths took the next step to press harder for their demands to be met. But, Curry lamb and her LegCo remained silent. So what's next for the protesters. The unfolding events in the next weeks would tell. It looks like a marathon battle to see who gets tired in the end.There are no winners int the end.Hong Kong will slide into the doldrums economically.China would expand Shenzheng and let HongKong be the back yard of the thriving China prosperity.

  • gsw gsm

    gsw gsm

     yesterday

    Xi Jinping, wants Hong Kong to be the Bread and butter for China's ambition to become the number one powerful nation.

  • Xiong F Fong

    Xiong F Fong

     6 days ago +11

    Previous British governors. We’re also appointed by London , without any Hongkong’s people having a say in it . So it’s same same . What’s the problem ? .