Hong Kong Protest Ongoing Despite Extradition Withdrawal
The protests in Hong Kong that has been happening for several months, does not seem to be stopping even though the government has announced the removal of the extradition bill. The extradition bill was originally put in place after a local man murdered his girlfriend in Taiwan and went back to Hong Kong. To prevent similar cases, the Hong Kong administration pushed ahead with the extradition bill. Hong Kong citizens think the bill could be abused and violate their freedom, therefore becoming controversial. We were joined by Adam Ni, a China researcher in Macquarie University, who has experience in advising governments, corporations, think tanks, and the media on China-related issues.