A Brief Talk on Diplomatic Details and Hong Kong-Philippines Relations

Chen Weixin ( Lecturer, Faculty of Social Sciences, Chinese University of Hong Kong )In the news of Hong Kong society this month, apart from free TV licenses and population policies, international relations are mostly related to the inextricable bargaining between the SAR government and the Philippine government: the Chief Executive and Philippine President Aquino during the international conference The meeting of the three generations was exchanged for a series of diplomatic disturbances. A few days ago, when Aquino III met with the media, he even bluntly stated that he did not remember the name of the Chief Executive. “And I don’t know who Leung Chun-ying is.” It just …

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Identity” of Hong Kong people

Hong Kong has experienced more than 100 years of British colonial rule until it returned to China in 1997. In a society where more than 90% of the whole are Chinese, when it comes to “identity”, the two identities that cannot be separated must be “Hong Kong people”. ” or “Chinese”. Scholar Liu Zhaojia mentioned in the article “”Hong Kong people” or “Chinese”: the identity of Hong Kong Chinese 1985-1995″: “Hong Kong Chinese generally use the terms “Hong Kong people” and “Chinese” to refer to Calling oneself… ‘Hong Kong people’ and ‘Chinese’ are the two identities that Hong Kong Chinese feel the most meaningful.”

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