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Wangchuk from NY :

October 1949 is not a day to celebrate for most Chinese or for us Tibetans. The CCP came to power after an armed revolution & they overthrew the Chinese Govt. They installed a one-party state that is responsible for the unnatural deaths of at least 80 million people. October 1 is CCP day not China national day b/c it only celebrates the CCP's takeover of China.

Oct 06, 2016 12:16 PM

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Anonymous Reader :

<<<Ted Hui, lawmaker-elect for the Democratic Party, who won his seat in LegCo polls earlier this month, said however that he would be attending with some of his colleagues.

"I'll be going along with six other people," Hui told RFA. "Our thinking is that it's a good opportunity to meet the chief executive in person and put our demands to him.">>>

Who is he fooling? The Communist Party in Beijing pulls all the strings, not Leung Chun-ying. Even if Leung Chun-ying listens to you, he can't do a thing.

Sep 30, 2016 12:34 PM

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Anonymous Reader :

Not one happy face in the picture. They rather look angry. I wonder why.

Sep 30, 2016 12:23 PM

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