Shhh... Don't Tell Anyone if You Think Hong Kong Should Be Independent

The campus of the Chinese University of Hong Kong is the site of heated discussion on the topic of freedom of speech -- and frenzied poster posting. At issue is the very identity of Hong Kong. Until 2047, the city is technically part of China -- but also a "special administrative region" with its own rules.

First came posters from Hong Kong students advocating that Hong Kong seek independence from China. Then came posters, sometimes superimposed on the pro-independence ones, from mainland students telling those students they are wrong. Get out of China if you feel that way, the mainland students said, attacking the university student union for defending the freedom of activists to express such an opinion....1312 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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