Hong Kong Protests over Chinese Extradition Laws

Two million Hong Kong residents, that’s 2 in 7 residents of the special administrative region came out to protest the new extradition bill on Sunday. With the bill, to give china extradition rights over Hong Kong, suspended for now many in Hong Kong clearly think this isn’t enough. Hong Kong’s relationship with China has been especially complicated since the city’s hand over to China from Britain in 1997 with the city worried about China’s controlling hand taking over with this bill representing everything Hong Konger’s fear about Chinese control. To discuss this further the Daily was joined by Elena Collinson, Senior Project and Research Officer at the Australia – China Relations Institute at UTS



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