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China State Media Present Distorted Version Of Hong Kong Protests

NPR Wednesday, 14 August 2019 ()
As pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong continue to dominate the world's news, China is aggressively presenting a very different picture of events. The audience is its people, and home and abroad.
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