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Beijing's Young People Aren't Watching Hong Kong's Protests

Newsy Tuesday, 25 June 2019 ()
Beijing's Young People Aren't Watching Hong Kong's ProtestsWatch VideoThe protests in Hong Kong against mainland China's encroaching influence got round-the-clock coverage around the world. But when Newsy spoke with young people in China's capital of Beijing, we found many of them didn't know much about the demonstrations.

That's largely due to how mainland China's state-run media...
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News video: Hong Kong anti-extradition bill protesters occupy Revenue Tower

Hong Kong anti-extradition bill protesters occupy Revenue Tower 00:39

More than 100 people blocked a Hong Kong government building in protest against proposed legislation allowing extraditions to mainland China. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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