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London march against Hong Kong's Extradition Bill

(Reported in London, UK)

There is a march in London against the Hong Kong extradition law amendment bill. The Chinese activist Ai Weiwei joined and showed his support to Hong Kong people.

Ai believed it is a very crucial time to Hong Kong and China. "People often consider Chinese are soft and not willing to speak out, which is not true. It is a historical moment for Hong Kong people to speak out under such pressure for a powerful statement," said Ai.

He also thought that is a very difficult condition to develop to meet a conversation between Hong Kong and China. "China declines the common value of the world. It refused to law and the independent juridical system as a family-ruled society," Ai said.

Ai mentioned that China becomes a dangerous community as it always ignored the noise. "China has no system to hear people’s voice. That is why we have to demonstrate noise and let them hear our voice," he said.

He regarded Hong Kong should have a bright future. The society has many well-educated youngsters and still have a possibility to demonstrate.

《The Young Financial Post 新報人財經》

新報人財經(TYFP)為香港浸會大學新聞系財經專業的實驗平台,由學生自主編採,為社會大眾提供中港相關的金融財經消息。

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