HONG KONGLAM PRAISED BY BEIJING OVER HANDLING HK PROTESTSBYJEFF PAO

ON SUNDAY EVENING, A PRO-BEIJING MAN ATTACKED SEVERAL PEOPLE WITH A KNIFE IN TAIKOO SHING ON HONG KONG ISLAND.

HAN SAID THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT WOULD NOT CHANGE ITS ONE COUNTRY, TWO SYSTEMS POLICY FOR HONG KONG.

He said Beijing would remain determined to implement "one country, two systems" and keep improving it.
She said Xi's trust and support in her and the Hong Kong government gave her stronger determination to end the violence in society.
She said she felt sad that more than one-third of the arrested 3,000 people were students.
He said it was possible that the Hong Kong government would have to launch a national security law through legislative or administrative means.
It could also handle national security issues in Hong Kong by interpreting Article 23 of the Basic Law or issuing orders to the Chief Executive, he said.

While Chinese Vice-Premier Han Zheng praised Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam for her handling of the violence and protests during an official meeting in Beijing on Wednesday, a pro-China politician in Hong Kong was...

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