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2012/07/01

Media Round UP: Hong Kong's New Leader and Anniversary of Handover - Mr. Hu, Handover and Hecklers

-Yes, Mr. Obama. Other world leaders get heckled too. 

Heckler Interrupts Hu in Hong Kong

Chinese President Hu Jintao was interrupted by a protestor during a ceremony in Hong Kong.

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Mr Hu was heckled twice in two days during his carefully chaperoned visit. On Sunday, a protester in the audience loudly shouted: "End one-party rule!" as he gave an inauguration address for Leung Chun-ying, the island's new leader.

On Saturday, police had to use pepper spray to fight back protesters trying to present Mr Hu with a 100,000-name petition calling for an investigation into the suspicious death of a Tiananmen Square dissident.

One journalist was earlier dragged away for shouting a question about the Tiananmen Square protests.


Chinese President Hu Jintao arrives in Hong Kong to mark 15 years of its handover from Britain and inaugurate its new leader, at a time of record-breaking levels of discontent toward Beijinghttp://youtu.be/3RMtswqz0fI

Protests and heckles as China swears in Hong Kong’s new leader - The Globe and Mail:

The outpouring of discontent underscored rising tensions between the Communist mainland and the vibrant city of seven-million that was returned to China in 1997 after more than a century of British colonial rule. While much of the discontent revolves around growing economic inequality and stunted democratic development, Hong Kongers are also upset over what they see as arrogant Chinese behaviour – wealthy mainlanders taking over retail outlets during flashy Hong Kong shopping trips, for example, or even the choice of language during Sunday’s swearing-in ceremony, Beijing-accented Mandarin instead of the Cantonese dialect spoken locally.


New Hong Kong leader Leung Chun-ying caused controversy within minutes of being sworn in by Chinese president Hu Jintao on Sunday, choosing to deliver his inaugural speech in Mandarin, not the local dialect Cantonese that is spoken by the majority in the city.

For decades, China’s Communist Party has promoted Mandarin as the country’s official language and a way to unite the country’s wide-ranging local dialects. However, in the fiercely independent former British colony of Hong Kong, Cantonese still reigns supreme, and has long been a staple of cultural exports to the mainland, including Hong Kong TV dramas and, of course, Cantopop.

15 years after China takeover, Hong Kong uneasy - Investors.com:

For thousands of Hong Kongers, this weekend's 15th anniversary of China's takeover of the semiautonomous territory isn't a moment to celebrate but a chance to air grievances from corruption scandals to human rights to a widening gap between rich and poor.

Chinese President Hu Jintao arrived here on Friday to install Hong Kong's new but already unpopular leader, whose swearing-in on Sunday's anniversary is expected to draw large-scale protests. Hu, surrounded by tight security, is unlikely to see them.

China has kept its promise to retain the freewheeling capitalist ways of the former British colony, but residents have grown increasingly uneasy about being ruled by the country's authoritarian leaders. Only 1,200 elites among Hong Kong's 7 million residents had the right to vote for their chief executive.


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