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Is China Losing Hong Kong?

Hong Kong Protesters Vow to Fight 'Forever' as Officials Ignore DemandsAre China’s leaders destined to ask each other, “Who lost Hong Kong?” It’s a question worth pondering after a holiday week that offered a stark reminder of just how restless — if not unhappy — a sizable percentage of the former colony’s residents are under Chinese rule, 17 years after the end of British sovereignty. Of course, nobody seriously entertains the idea of a political schism between Hong Kong and China.

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Hong Kong and Taiwan: Losing Hearts and Minds

Hong Kong and Taiwan: Losing Hearts and MindsDec 6th 2014 | Beijing, Hong Kong and Taipei: -  Dissatisfaction with China in Hong Kong and Taiwan shows up on the streets and at the polls. The causes are strikingly similar.

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Hong Kong students face off with police clearing protest barricades

In a tactic that seemed to take student protesters by surprise, at least at first, officers began to haul away demonstrators’ barricades to test their reactions and to reduce traffic congestion in the heart of the city. Credit Laurent Fievet/Agence France-Presse — Getty ImagesProtesters have vowed to keep up demonstrations until government responds to their demands.

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Top US diplomat: Not a degree of freedom for Tibetans in Tibet

Washington, D.C. Description: Sarah Sewall, Under Secretary of state for Civilian Security, Democracy, and Human Rights; and Atul Keshap, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for South Asia brief at the Washington Foreign Press Center on 11/24/2014. Photo: US State DepartmentDharamshala: - Tibetans in Tibet do not enjoy freedom within the Communist nation, a top US diplomat has said after a recent meeting Tibetan refugees in India and Nepal.

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Far from Hong Kong, ethnic minority regions in China are a tinderbox of tension

A young Tibetan monk is seen in the smoke as monks burn trees during their morning ritual in the Dzamthang Jonang monastery, where Kalkyi set herself on fire in protest against Chinese rule, in Barma township May 16, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-HoonOctober 8, 2014, as the Hong Kong demonstrations continue, foreign observers question whether the democracy movement might embolden minority groups seeking greater autonomy in Tibet or Xinjiang, also known as East Turkistan.

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Reporters Without Borders calls for immediate release of journalist Gao Yu

Gao Yu is a Chinese journalist. Photo: Media FileParis, 20 November, 2014: - Gao Yu, a well-known journalist who was formally arrested on 8 May, is to go on trial tomorrow in Beijing on a charge of divulging state secrets to persons outside the country.

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Taiwan president Ma calls on China to move toward democracy

Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou delivers a speech after signing agreements with El Salvador’s President Salvador Sanchez Ceren at the Presidential House in San Salvador July 2, 2014. Photo: Reuters filesTaipei: - Taiwan’s president on Friday urged China to move toward a more democratic style of development, reiterating his strong support for pro-democracy demonstrations in Chinese-ruled Hong Kong.

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Under cyber attack: an interview with Tibet’s exiled political leader

Penpa Tsering, Speaker of the Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile, Senator John Barrasso (R-WY), Senator John Kerry (D-MA), Dr Lobsang Sangay, Sikyong, with His Holiness the Dalai Lama at the US Capitol in Washington DC 2011/Photo/Tenzin Choejor/OHHDLTibet’s leader-in-exile discusses his Buddhist approach to digital security, and why he still holds hope for the future of the internet.

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Xi refuses ‘stapled visa’ roll back, Modi says no to ‘One-China’

Gujarat’s CM Modi speaks during Vibrant Gujarat Summit at Gandhinagar/ReutersPrime Minister Narendra Modi turned down Chinese President Xi Jinping’s request to re-assert New Delhi’s commitment to “One-China policy” and shut down the Tibetan Government-in-Exile based in India.

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