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China State Media Present Their Own Version of Hong Kong Protests

Poster:Post date:2019-08-14
Catergory:News
Region:(China)
Issue:(Chinese Politics)
(NPR, By Emily Feng and Amy Cheng)
In response to the Hong Kong protests, China has begun to utilize its state media outlets to shape Chinese mainlanders’ perceptions of the protests. They have been pointing fingers mainly at foreign influence, specifically from the United States. This has sparked a wave of nationalism among Chinese nationals, both in China and abroad, who have spoken up in support of Hong Kong police. <Accessed 2019-08-14>  
Last modification time:2019-08-15 AM 6:12

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