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If I protest in Hong Kong and travel...
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worldasiahong kongchinaIf I protest in Hong Kong and travel to mainland China, will I be able to come home?
In late May, two weeks before the first major anti-extradition bill march in Hong Kong, four high school friends and I took a day trip to Chinese city of Shenzhen for a birthday celebration.

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Hong Kong's Political Crisis...
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worldchinahong kongHong Kong's Political Crisis Reverberates Through Its Big-Name Brands
Major companies including flag-carrier Cathay Pacific are at the center of a 'political storm' as China targets staff who support the anti-extradition movement.

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'Alone in the world': Canada squeezed...
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worldusahuaweichina'Alone in the world': Canada squeezed by superpowers in Huawei dispute
Canada raised China's ire when it detained a Chinese telecom executive on an US extradition request.

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Hong Kong Protesters Occupy Rail...
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worldchinahong kongHong Kong Protesters Occupy Rail Station Where Bloody Attacks Took Place
The protesters want to highlight a lack of progress in pursuing attackers who left dozens of protesters and passers-by injured at Yuen Long station on July 21.

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Hong Kong Leader Hails Peaceful March...
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worldasiahong kongHong Kong Leader Hails Peaceful March as Reset of Political Crisis
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam says she hopes Sunday's peaceful march through the streets of the Chinese territory marks a turning point in the nearly two month anti-government protests. The protests began over a proposed extradition bill that

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Student Leader Joshua Wong Talks to...
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worldasiahong kongStudent Leader Joshua Wong Talks to VOA about Hong Kong Protests
Since June, hundreds of thousands of protesters have marched through the streets of Hong Kong in defiance of an extradition bill, now suspended, that allowed for sending criminal suspects to mainland China for trial. Student activist and politician

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Hong Kong Student Leader Joshua Wong...
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worldasiahong kongHong Kong Student Leader Joshua Wong Talks to VOA about Ongoing Protests
Since June, hundreds of thousands of protesters have marched through the streets of Hong Kong in defiance of an extradition bill, now suspended, that allowed for sending criminal suspects to mainland China for trial. Student activist and politician

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Hong Kong March Was Peaceful 'Because...
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worldchinahong kongHong Kong March Was Peaceful 'Because Police Didn't Attack': Protesters
Across the border in mainland China, activists who support the anti-extradition movement are targeted by police.

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Nearly Two Million Take to Hong...
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worldchinahong kongNearly Two Million Take to Hong Kong's Streets in Peaceful Anti-Extradition Protest
Protesters fill major streets near the permitted rally site at Victoria Park, with some 1.7 million thronging their way to government headquarters.

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He spends half his $1300 monthly...
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worldasiahong kongHe spends half his $1300 monthly salary on rent. This is why he's fighting for a fairer Hong Kong
Originally sparked by opposition to a now-suspended extradition bill, the unrest has expanded to include a range of demands tapping into longstanding frustrations over stalled political reform and economic injustice in Hong Kong.

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