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Hong Kong Democracy Under Threat and China’s Mandarinization Program: What Pauline Marois Can Learn from the Orient

“One country, two systems.” Neither British nor Chinese, Hong Kong is like nothing else in the Pacific East. Since the handover in 1997, the Pearl of the Orient has enjoyed a sort of “undemocratic democracy” and Western liberties under British protectorate for 156 years. Similar to Taiwan, HK also exists in a precarious status of independence from People’s Republic of ...

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