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Pro-Beijing March Brings Hong Kong’s CCP Supporters Out of Hiding

Protesters in T-shirts with “Hong Kong Federation of Fujian Associations” printed on the back enjoy a restaurant meal as a bribe for joining the recent anti-democracy march in Hong Kong. Pro-CCP groups booked an entire Cantonese restaurant to give feasts to participants. (Epoch Times)
Protesters in T-shirts with “Hong Kong Federation of Fujian Associations” printed on the back enjoy a restaurant meal as a bribe for joining the recent anti-democracy march in Hong Kong. Pro-CCP groups booked an entire Cantonese restaurant to give feasts to participants. (Epoch Times)

HONG KONG—When Hong Kong citizens began protesting for democracy and the right to choose their own leader without the Chinese regime’s influence, the Chinese regime...




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