City leaders have struggled to find a tracking system that both convinces Beijing to the unlock the border and avoids triggering a public backlash.
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With their critics out, President Xi Jinping’s chosen representatives in Hong Kong are building a system that will make it much riskier for the opposition.
The U.K. is being portrayed in China-friendly Hong Kong newspaper editorials and online chat rooms as an undesirable place to live.
That uncertainty presents another roadblock in China’s efforts to extend its political influence across Asia, Africa and South America.
Billy has been the butt of criticism from friends for taking part in Hong Kong's protests. Undeterred, he sees his marching days as just beginning. "We have to continue to protest until our demands are met," said the 28-year-old accountant, whom Bloomberg chose not to ...