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This paper explains that, with the handover of Hong Kong to China, the identity of Hong Kong is undergoing a changing reality as witnessed by the changing identity of Hong Kong?s culture seen through its media and press. The author points out that many Hong Kong residents are now convinced that the culture and identity of Hong Kong rests not upon its citizens but on the government of China, thus challenging the future of human rights and democracy in Hong Kong. The paper states that many people believe that China has no interest whatsoever in the media and press freedom of Hong Kong as long as the economy of the country is resonant.
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Hong Kong (2005, January 23) Retrieved July 16, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/research-paper/hong-kong-55173/
"Hong Kong" 23 January 2005. Web. 16 July. 2020. <https://www.academon.com/research-paper/hong-kong-55173/>