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Reactions in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan to PRC 70th anniversary

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China celebrates ahead of its 70th anniversary of communist rule, while at the same time many people in Hong Kong and Taiwan increasingly express feelings of being distinct from the mainland.

Added on the 30/09/2019 12:50:18 - Copyright : AFP EN

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