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zarin taslima
Jul 07, 2022
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July 1st this year marks the 25th anniversary of Hong Kong’s return to the motherland. In fact, the author has some connections with Hong Kong, because my father is a Hong Kong resident. When I was a child, I went to Hong Kong to meet my father almost every six months. No matter before or after the return, there are many wonderful memories on this land that I will never forget, such as taking the double-decker bus from Admiralty Station to the Ocean Park to watch the dolphin and killer whale performances, taking the subway to Tsim Sha Tsui to visit Toys R Us , as well as the Universal Model Store in the Matsusaka House in Causeway Bay. When I was a child, my parents took me there to eat the treasure seafood boat that sank in the South China Sea a while ago, to experience what Hong Kong-style Chinese food is. Before the handover, Hong Kong, although it was a British colony, had inherited the authentic Chinese culture and acted as a bridge linking Taiwan banner design and the Western world. Back then, Hong Kong people did not have the right to vote, but they had sufficient freedom to access all information from the United Kingdom, the United States, Japan, and the mainland. For Taiwanese in the martial law era, it was a spiritual source for absorbing new ideas. Hong Kong people used to have strong Chinese feelings. Whether it was the revolution, the Northern Expedition, the Anti-Japanese War or the June 4th Incident later, there were a large number of Hong Kong people who supported it. Hong Kong people are definitely not as willing to be British compradors as propaganda by the CCP or pro-CCP people in Taiwan today. In the era of the provincial-Hong Kong strike, Hong Kong people walked ahead of the people in mainland China and resisted British colonial rule. Even when the Pacific War broke out, many Hong Kong people cooperated with the Japanese army that invaded Hong Kong. Intervention in Asia. So are the people of Hong Kong obsessed with the sun? In fact, the pioneers of the fishing protection movement were also from Hong Kong. At that time, many young people in Hong Kong also became extreme leftists who supported the People's Republic of China because they hated the compromise of the ROC government with the United States and Japan. For a long time, Hong Kongers who dared to collide with the system were regarded by the Beijing Central Committee as a model of patriots.
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