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I’m back in Hong Kong. Always a good time to observe and blog.
Speaking of observation, Hong Kong is observing its tenth year under Chinese rule.
I polled a few people on how they feel about the change between British and Chinese rule, ten years after China took over.
We have less political freedom.
We learn more about Chinese culture than we did before, so education is better. The British didn't care about teaching that.
It has made absolutely no difference to our lives.
Three people, three opinions. I think Hong Kong must be doing OK.
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