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Beijing skips over a more expansive definition of patriots as it cites Deng Xiaoping on the need to run Hong Kong based on love of country, says @mbrookerhk . It's not a good sign for the city. via @bopinion 

Can someone who won't support their own country win public office? It's not likely, based on practices around the world. The concept of "patriots governing Hong Kong" was first put forward by former leader Deng Xiaoping in 1984. Watch this video >>

Beijing skips over a more expansive definition of patriots as it cites Deng Xiaoping on the need to run Hong Kong based on love of country, says @mbrookerhk . It's not a good sign for the city.

What would Deng Xiaoping’s ‘patriotism’ mean for Hong Kong lawmakers?

5 of 5: No ‘separation of powers’ in Hong Kong, Beijing agencies say, adding Deng Xiaoping spelled out stance in 1987

No ‘separation of powers’ in Hong Kong, Beijing agencies say, adding China’s paramount leader Deng Xiaoping spelt out stance in 1987

Many foreign politicians seem to believe that President Xi Jinping of China has recently reversed, even betrayed, Deng Xiaoping’s blueprint for Hong Kong from the 1980s. "This is faulty thinking," writes Yi-zheng Lian.

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The CCP should return to the principle "One country, two systems" as understood by Deng Xiaoping, which was based on the promise that "Hongkongers govern Hong Kong with a high degree of autonomy" & allow universal suffrage as also promised. That would create harmony in Hong Kong.

Two weeks after the June 1989 Tiananmen massacre, Deng Xiaoping convened a meeting of thirty Communist Party leaders to endorse his decision to use force on the protesters. A copy of the officials’ statements has now emerged and been published in Hong Kong

#OnThisDay in 1982, Deng Xiaoping proposed the "One Country, Two Systems" policy in Hong Kong while meeting Mrs. Thatcher

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: Harvard thereafter financed my trip to Hong Kong & Japan to get copies of the documents. Out of that came my now famous book on the Economy of China published by the University of Chicago Press which Deng Xiaoping used for China’s access to World Bank cheap credit.

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