Skip to comments.How Beijing’s security law transformed Hong Kong, two months in
Posted on 08/31/2020 6:38:14 PM PDT by BeauBo
Hong Kongs national security law has thrown a city scarred by months of political unrest into further uncertainty, as millions continue to adjust to a new normal. Two months after its enactment, pro-democracy activists been rounded up and government officials targeted with tough sanctions amid an increasingly hairy diplomatic dispute between superpowers.
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2. Extradition treaties shelved; new immigration routes
3. Mass arrests; newspaper raid (including CPAC friend Jimmy Lai)
4. Reports of democrats tailed as activist flees
5. UK halts military training deal
6. Censorship fears
7. Visa freeze
8. China captures fleeing Hongkongers
Jimmy Lai taken out in handcuffs:
But I won't be back now that it's a police state.
I have been there as well. Wonderful people, delicious food and many great places to see. I weep for the wonderful people there.
“...adjust to a new normal. Two months after its enactment, pro-democracy activists been rounded up...”
Sounds like America.
I keep wondering how much China has to do with our riots.
The new normal in HK: capital flight.
New York City is a buyers market Hong Kongers.
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