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Leaders in Myanmar, Hong Kong, and India—all former British colonies—see no issue in blaming Britain for their ills, while using repressive imperial laws to curb their people's freedoms, @TMclaughlin3  writes:

Leaders in Myanmar, Hong Kong, and India—all former British colonies—see no issue in blaming Britain for their ills, while using repressive imperial laws to curb their people's freedoms, @TMclaughlin3  writes:

Britain's empire is long gone in places such as Myanmar, Hong Kong, and India. But those countries' leaders see no issue in blaming Britain for current ills while using repressing imperial laws against their own peoples. Read@TMclaughlin3 's latest

"Across Asia in places such as Myanmar, India, and Hong Kong, leaders that espouse nationalist rhetoric and bemoan their former colonial overlords see no issue with deploying laws designed by those foreign masters against their own people." — @TMclaughlin3 

From Myanmar to Hong Kong, young people hungry for democracy are clashing with increasingly authoritarian regimes and taking their struggles online around a unifying and popular regional drink: milk tea.

#MilkTeaAlliance - Twitter launches emoji to unite protests across Myanmar, Thailand and Hong Kong

From Myanmar to Hong Kong, young people hungry for democracy are clashing with increasingly authoritarian regimes and taking their struggles online around a unifying and popular regional drink: milk tea.

From Myanmar to Hong Kong, young people hungry for democracy are clashing with increasingly authoritarian regimes and taking their struggles online around a unifying and popular regional drink: milk tea.

Expats from Taiwan, Hong Kong among those deciding whether to leave Myanmar

Twitter has thrown its support behind the #MilkTeaAlliance  of democracy movements in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Myanmar and other parts of Asia, defying China at a time when Beijing is punishing western companies

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The Chinese government keeps talking about not wanting "outsiders 'meddling' in Myanmar’s internal affairs" -- meaning the junta can shoot protesters at will (and Beijing can detain Uyghur Muslims at will, crush Hong Kong's freedoms, etc). #AutocratsMantra 

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Asia's "Milk Tea" activists are showing cross-border support for democratic change. They see the commonality among protests for democracy in Hong Kong, Thailand, Myanmar, and beyond. We should wish them success across the region.

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Still no leadership from our Government on the coup in Myanmar the cruel repression of democracy by China in Hong Kong & the outrageous imprisonment of Alexei Navalny in Russia!

"Power in solidarity": Myanmar protesters inspired by Hong Kong and Thailand

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Protesters in Myanmar are taking inspiration from their counterparts in Hong Kong and Thailand -- but they expect better results. #WhatIsHappeningInMyanmar  #MyanmarCoup 

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"Myanmar’s pro-democracy activists have called for the anti-Chinese “Milk Tea Alliance” in Thailand, Hong Kong, India, Taiwan and Indonesia to support a second general strike against Myanmar’s military regime on Sunday."

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When the Myanmar generals launched their coup, they didn't anticipate "the fury of the people, and the fearlessness of a new generation of protesters inspired by civil disobedience movements in Hong Kong and Thailand." Time for the generals to step back.

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In the latest act of good corporate responsibility after the Myanmar coup, a Hong Kong company has cut ties with Myanmar’s military, terminating its contract to upgrade a commercial airliner to a VIP jet for the generals behind the coup.

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