What Hong Kong’s protests look like from inside China
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Hong Kong protests have millions of people flooded the streets to stand against an extradition law they see as the Chinese government’s latest attempt to exert control.
If there was ever a news event to test the limits of Chinese censorship, this is it.
Over the past decade, China’s censorship program, known as the “Great Firewall” has become more sophisticated. And now the government is creating an alternate reality about the Hong Kong protests, in real time.
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