Xi hails Hong Kong’s autonomy but with a major caveat: Beijing has final say
By Karson Yiu
July 01, 2022, 5:35 AM
HONG KONG — In a speech celebrating the 25th anniversary of Hong Kong’s return to China, Chinese President Xi Jinping strongly reaffirmed the territory’s autonomy under the promise of “One Country, Two Systems” but with one very strong caveat: Beijing has full jurisdiction and Hong Kong must respect that.
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South China Morning Post
18 January 2021, 1:00am:
By putting Taiwan’s status regarding the United States and China at the top of President-elect Joe Biden’s foreign policy agenda, he has introduced a serious roadblock to improved relations between the incoming administration and Beijing
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