One country, two stories: Covering Hong Kong's protests
Sunday, 23 June 2019
'The world is watching': A look at the dissonance between the coverage of the protests in Hong Kong and mainland China.
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A Hong Kong chief executive might be in charge of a free-wheeling, international financial hub, but they still remain accountable to China's Communist Party. The job is like being caught between "the devil and the deep blue sea", says one senior official. Michelle Hennessy reports. Governing Hong Kong: the poisoned chalice of politics 02:11
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