FOCUS: H.K. high schools new bridgehead for separatist ideology

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16:12 29 Aug 2016

By Matthew Lee
HONG KONG, Aug. 29, Kyodo

Young people in Hong Kong are increasingly defying attempts by a supervision of a semi-autonomous, special executive segment of China to crush discussions on autonomy as a former British cluster wakes adult to a banned beliefs 19 years after reconnecting with a motherland.

Individual supposed localist groups have sprung adult recently in some 18 high schools opposite a territory, with a aim of swelling among teenage students a beliefs that “Hong Kong interests comes first” in a bid to urge opposite China’s unconstitutional division in internal affairs.

“The Electoral Affairs Commission has barred localist possibilities from station in a Legislative Council election,” tyro disciple Degas Chan, 20, told Kyodo News. “The some-more a authorities wish to silence them, a some-more we need to widespread a voice of independence.”

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