Hong Kong's Identity Crisis

Ten years after returning to Chinese rule, the former British colony is still grappling with issues of integration and direction

At the time, I was very afraid. People kept telling me that as soon as the People's Liberation Army entered the city, they would arrest the counter-revolutionaries. Someone said 3,000 arrests; someone else said 400; still someone else said 100 plus... I was thinking: even if only 20 or 30 people are arrested, I must be on that list."

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