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The Sunday of the two million

Hong Kong may be a small jurisdiction and a tiny dot on a map of China, but it is not just another Chinese city. It is truly unique and a remarkable story in its own right.
 
It is not a pawn on the international chessboard, crushed by the great international ambitions of Beijing. Hong Kong is a living city, with a feeling about its own destiny, which struggles not to allow itself to be absorbed into a system that people do not feel is their own.
 








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Two million voices raised in protest

HONG KONG (SE): On June 16, Victoria Park was the starting point for a second Sunday of protests against the government’s ill-conceived extradition amendment bill. The organisers, the Civil Human Rights Front, estimated that a record two million people, from all sectors of society, joined the march from the park to the Central Government Offices in Admiralty. 
 

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