Hong Kong: where next?

Chen Chao

Apart from his political courage in pushing liberal reforms after decades of central planning, Deng Xiaoping is also remembered for his bold arrangement with the British in returning Hong Kong to China’s sovereignty. And despite occasional frustrations from the local pro-democracy protests, Hong Kong has not disappointed Beijing. Over the years, particularly in the early stage of the reform, Hong Kong has become a window for the mainland for ‘fresh air’, that is, in acquiring external

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