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Hong Kong protests dealt China’s all-powerful Xi Jinping an embarrassing blow that could sting for a while

Business Insider Tuesday, 18 June 2019
Hong Kong protests dealt China’s all-powerful Xi Jinping an embarrassing blow that could sting for a while· *More than a million ordinary Hong Kongers thronged the streets of the city and shut the government down in stiffer-than-expected resistance to the growing power of China's Communist Party.*
· *It's a stinging blow to Chinese President Xi Jinping, who enjoys absolute power on the mainland, but not in China's more far-flung...
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Over the recent days more than a million ordinary Hong Kongers swarmed the streets of the city and shut the government down in stiffer-than-expected resistance to the growing power of China's Communist Party. Business Insider reports that this is a stinging blow to Chinese President Xi Jinping, who...

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