Hong Kong Demonstration: The Identity Crisis of Hong Kong People-BBC News



The wave of protests triggered by Hong Kong’s opposition to amending the Fugitive Offenders Ordinance has lasted for nearly six months. During this period, violent conflicts continued to escalate, and Hong Kong society was severely torn apart: the clashes between the demonstrators and the police became more and more fierce; the opposition between mainlanders and Hong Kong people became more and more obvious; The difference ultimately turns out to be the opposite. During an interview with BBC reporter Paul Adams in Hong Kong, locals told him that this wave of protests highlighted a deeper Hong Kong identity crisis. The reporter said that if there is no real change, this will become “a problem that has been difficult to solve for many years” before Beijing. BBC News Chinese: Subscribe to BBC News Chinese YouTube: BBC News Chinese Facebook-BBC News Chinese Twitter-BBC News Chinese Instagram-.

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