Last Sunday (2019.06.09), about 1,030,000 (1.03 million, not only 1,030) protesters appeared on streets in Hong Kong because of THE EXTRADITION BILLS.
Some residents say this may be their last chance to speak out publicly without threat of arrest at the request of China Government.
I think it indicates the framework of “one country, two systems.” that was promised by China fails completely now.
Why are there protests in Hong Kong? All the context you need (BBC news)
I worry about the safety of protesters.
The lesson we learned from Tiananmen 30 years ago (4/6/1989)...
< Additional report > (Last updated on September 17th, 2019)
Since the protest for THE EXTRADITION BILLS in June, three months have passed. The episode has no ending. I still worry about the people in Hong Kong, including protesters and policemen.
(Jan 2019) "Which country will be next?" - Presidents Tsai answers my question. (Taiwanreporter, Klaus Bardenhagen)
A few days after Xi Jinping's speech on Taiwan, President Tsai Ing-wen gave a press conference for international media. I had a chance to ask her a question: What does Taiwan hope for from other countries?
Tsai's reply included a statement that many international media reports picked up: "If the international community fails to speak up and assist Taiwan under the circumstances we face today, I have to ask which country will be next?"
(Jul 2019) Hong Kong showed China is a threat to democracy. Now Europe must defend Taiwan (The Guardian)
(Jul 2019) 誰が犯罪者か、決めるのは誰だ 台湾から香港にエール (朝日新聞)
(Aug 2019) We must see China - the opportunities and the threats - with clear eyes (The Sydney Morning Herald)
(Apr 2019) Mapping China's Tech Giants (Australian Strategic Policy Institute)
(Aug 2019) We Stand With Hong Kong - Sooner or later, the rest of the world will have to do what the protesters are doing—confront Beijing. (The Wall Street Journal)
(Aug 2019) Nikki Haley: Chinese attack on Hong Kong would pose grave danger to America’s Asian allies (Fox News)
(Sep 2019) Building an Inclusive United Nations with Taiwan on Board (The Diplomat)