Hong Kong vs. Beijing

Again and again you can experience that freedoms are threatened by power-hungry systems. I think back to times when I’ve written in print media. The Internet is a boon invention to break the power of local rulers. I’m wishing success to the people in Hong Kong in their attempt against Beijing with their “Umbrella Revolution” / “Occupy Central” project to enforce a distance of level against a narrow minded administration.
Please save Hong Kong, and tell as many people as you can
title=”Please save Hong Kong, and tell as many people as you can” – photo by Steve, kindly sent to my group BLOG IT! Click on the picture to enter his galleries on Flickr
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photo by Jerry Lee, kindly sent to my group BLOG IT! Click on the picture to enter his galleries on Flickr

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4 responses to “Hong Kong vs. Beijing

  1. I have been closely following the movement. I went to China a few years ago and was stunned how the govt controls media and the web. I couldn’t access anything and it is hard to believe they can successfully block out any reports of the uprise in HK to the billion people on the mainland. It really had to be a matter of time before China becomes free. I can’t imagine they can keep such a stronghold forever given the nations economic development.

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  2. I hope they win but the government from the mainland won’t easily give up. They don’t care what the outside world thinks. It has been bullying its neighboring countries, it won’t give in to HK.

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  3. I’m not very optimistic about that “revolution”. I didn’t write anything on the subjet but Hong Kong is different from beijing, with its history. It was open on the world when China was closed. And it remains different…But for how long ?

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