Student Demonstrations Persist As Beijing Refuses to Budge

October 2014
America;10/20/2014, Vol. 211 Issue 11, p8
The article reports that on October 3, 2014, protesters in Hong Kong, China blamed the police for enabling the pro-government rioters to attack in the Mong Kok district. Topics discussed include the defiance of the pro-democracy protesters who are demanding Hong Kong chief executive Leung Chun-ying to step down, and retired Diocese of Hong Kong Cardinal Joseph Zen Ze-kiun stating the ignorance of the Hong Kong government over the grievances of the protesters.


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