Hong Kong’s huge protests, explained

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Correction at 7:48: The protester says “They are not doing this for themselves, but for the future of Hong Kong.”
Hundreds of thousands of Hongkongers have taken to the streets to protest a controversial extradition bill that could send Hong Kong residents to mainland China to be tried in court. Hong Kong’s Chief Executive, Carrie Lam, says the bill is meant to prevent Hong Kong from becoming a safe haven for fugitives. But its opponents fear that Hong Kong would be exposed to China’s flawed judicial system, which would lead to further erasure of the city’s judicial independence.
At first Lam was determined to move forward with the bill. But after a series of massive protests, she announced she would “indefinitely suspend” the bill. But protesters aren't accepting the suspension, and have started demanding its complete withdrawal. They've also begun calling for Lam’s resignation.
But this rise in tensions is about a lot more than a bill. To understand why this bill hits a nerve with Hongkongers, it's important to understand Hong Kong’s relationship with China - and exactly how the bill would tip the scales in China’s favor.
Watch this video to understand the news coming out of Hong Kong and the history that led up to this moment.
For more context on Hong Kong’s history with China, you can watch one of our Vox Borders Hong Kong episodes here:
And for even more context on Hong Kong’s history with Britain you can watch another one of our Vox Borders Hong Kong episodes here: uawomen.net/id/%D0%B2%D1%96%D0%B4%D0%B5%D0%BE-StW7oGSR_Mg.html
If you want to get real nerdy you can read Hong Kong’s Basic Law (their mini Constitution) here:
You can also read the Sino-British Joint Declaration that defined Hong Kong when the British handed it back to China in 1997 here: www.gov.cn/english/2007-06/14/content_649468.htm
And the extradition law introduced in Hong Kong that has sparked massive protests here:
Here is a piece reported by the New York Times on the latest from Carrie Lam, Hong Kong's leader:
Here are some additional resources regarding Hong Kong’s democracy and political make-up:
And finally, you can also find our latest articles covering the most recent developments here:
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Vox 15 днів тому
UPDATE: Protesters in Hong Kong forced their way into the legislature on July 1, taking over the building on the 22nd anniversary of the city-state’s handover from Britain to China. The occupation is likely a turning point in what have been relatively peaceful - and powerful - demonstrations. Read more: www.vox.com/world/2019/7/1/20677066/hong-kong-protests-legislative-council
David Ma
David Ma 12 годин тому
@terry green I am not saying anything to if their are right or wrong to protest, their to do so and also their right to leave as well. I am just upset with the hypocritical reporting and views. People need to stay objective and speak facts. It is a freedom protest that turned violant. These people are clearly prepared to be combative, from gas mask, umbrella shields, to getting bricks to smash windows. I have seen a video on youtube where a reporter video them taking bricks from parents, throwing objects at police while the police showed a great amount of restraint. I also saw the police use water hose at the protestors. In the use most of our portests are peacefull. We protest at designated areas. Never have you see people storm at government building. When you do that, it is call uprising.
terry green
terry green 16 годин тому
​@David Ma I just don't think their protest is as rightful as they say. Cause I know that Hongkong people travel a lot to mainland. The visit count is 10 times of their 7 million population. So if they feel constrained or unsafe in mainland and do not trust their legal system, they should not go there. From my perspective, China has many extradition treaties with other countries, and Hongkong is basically a province of China. If sending a criminal to mainland is wrong and can not passed by this "province". Then it only proves one thing (TOO MUCH FREEDOM).The protester want to get more freedom, but instead, they proved that mainland gave them too much freedom.
terry green
terry green 16 годин тому
If Hongkong people are so concerned about the legislation of the mainland, why they travel a lot to mainland, in 2011 alone, total around 79 million HONGkong people (visit count) travel from Hongkong to mainland and around 28 million mainland people(visit count) travel from mainland to Hongkong. Considering their population in 2011 is around 7 million, I would say almost every people in Hongkong went to mainland at least once. So those 2 million people protesting never been to mainland? Feel constrained in mainland? So concerned about sending criminal to mainland? I don't think their protest is as rightful as they say. Talking about freedom and stuff, wondering what freedom do they want? killing someone and return to Hongkong?
David Ma
David Ma 17 годин тому
@Nigel Li violance is violance. Not saying they are thugs but they are violant not peaceful.
David Ma
David Ma 17 годин тому
Then the word peaceful means? I believe any violance will be delt with violance. Why would anyone expect anything else. If the police hits the protest first, they will be met with retaliation from the crowed. And if the protestors advanced and has violance acts the police will fight back.
Harvey An-Nasir Salah ad-Din Royce
Harvey An-Nasir Salah ad-Din Royce 10 хвилин тому
HK has fallen due to China not honouring the agreement. 6:07 Thats all the video needed to say. It's over.
二木 54 хвилини тому
papasult y
papasult y 4 години тому
*Britain is so proud of you*
Alex H Yong
Alex H Yong 7 годин тому
the last half minute puts me on the edge of tears
zhang ge
zhang ge 7 годин тому
龙丹丹 9 годин тому
why do not introduce us more about the bill itself?that matters most because we need to make it clear whether central government obey the agreement and whether exceed its power.we must figure out what the fact is then we can make judgements.
Muslim Furry
Muslim Furry 11 годин тому
Who come here because of no idea animation video
ou l
ou l 11 годин тому
Let these violence go to us and UK, haha
Just Clowning
Just Clowning 13 годин тому
Good luck Hong Kong ...... 🇺🇸 hopes you succeed!
Arsbek Bek
Arsbek Bek 15 годин тому
now i know that the true ruler of the world not USA nether USSR. it was and still UK. Named GREAT britain by itself with a old grandma QUEEN. and English language thats why spread woldwide instead of USSRs russians. they destroyed USSR internal trough traitors Gorbachev and Yeltcin. the small Island colonized huge lands. thats interesting.
terry green
terry green 16 годин тому
I just don't think their protest is as rightful as they say. Cause I know that Hongkong people travel a lot to mainland. The visit count is 10 times of their 7 million population. So if they feel constrained or unsafe in mainland and do not trust their legal system, they should not go there. From my perspective, China has many extradition treaties with other countries, and Hongkong is basically a province of China. If sending a criminal to mainland is wrong and can not passed by this "province". Then it only proves one thing (TOO MUCH FREEDOM).The protester want to get more freedom, but instead, they proved that mainland gave them too much freedom.
Chi Pang Cheung
Chi Pang Cheung 18 годин тому
Please support Hong Kong
Tianyang Guo
Tianyang Guo 18 годин тому
zhengyu lu
zhengyu lu 19 годин тому
The Chinese govenment give HK 50 years... to get used of China's rule, becoming more similar to other part of China, not opposite. my question is, even if HK now suceed, becoming more unique, what will you do in 2047? will you ready to change everything in one night?
zhengyu lu
zhengyu lu 7 годин тому
@Chris Todorovski at that time, China leader even not think about catch up, they really want to learn from HK, and believe 50 years later, China will become more similar to HK. but situation changes fast, HK nolonger teacher but a trouble to the Chinese Gov. Even Deng Xiaoping didn't expect this.
Chris Todorovski
Chris Todorovski 15 годин тому
the original purpose of the 50 years was to let china catch up to hong kong.
Kayley Tse
Kayley Tse 20 годин тому
I love ur channel but I live in hk and the protesters are being very violent and rude u should look at the recent protest carefully they are being violent even when the law is cancelled
Little G Lin
Little G Lin 20 годин тому
Behind the scene is not the video surface, the author just chooses the negative side.
Chris Todorovski
Chris Todorovski 15 годин тому
dont even get wdym
Linsheng Chiang
Linsheng Chiang 20 годин тому
山色知残雨墙阴觉暮天 19 годин тому
Sophia Robinson
Sophia Robinson 21 годину тому
🇺🇸I think the objection to the Sending-in Regulation is just the beginning. Their ultimate aim is to make Hong Kong independent.
Linsheng Chiang
Linsheng Chiang 20 годин тому
If so it's not about democracy.
Dustin Patrick Peters
Dustin Patrick Peters 21 годину тому
To all Hong Kongers, get out of Hong Kong while you r not completely controlled by China
Dustin Patrick Peters
Dustin Patrick Peters 8 годин тому
I mean in the year 2047 that China may take total control over Hong Kong
Slembe Man
Slembe Man 8 годин тому
Go where then? HK is their home
MCPEreports 22 години тому
fuck your comments
fuck your comments День тому
Lol 80%of Hong Kong economy depends on China. If China was really as bad as they make it sound. Hong Kong will be a third world country by now
Lin Linus
Lin Linus День тому
Hongkong has nothing to fear but fear itself.
Spartacus Roma
Spartacus Roma День тому
Of course China won’t wait, just look at them buildings islands in international waters...
Brandon Sambrano
Brandon Sambrano День тому
I wonder how that one guy feels for starting all this
Chris Todorovski
Chris Todorovski 15 годин тому
@Fan Yang because of the hong kong government's negligence. there are other ways to solve that problem.
Fan Yang
Fan Yang День тому
Brandon Sambrano I guess he feels happy since he won’t be brought back to Taiwan facing a death penalty.
ssttd День тому
A place that was never democratic before 1997 is talking about going back to before 1997 and pursuing democracy. In a planet where everyone is chasing independence, there are people who want to go back to former colonies. Use your violence of Hongkong protestors, let the world see what you did. We are all happy you doing that way.
W W День тому
British took Hong Kong island and Kowloon and leased the New Territories. To say British leased Hong Kong is incorrect.
J F Woods
J F Woods 13 годин тому
Yes, quite correct and good of you to post it! Thanks.
king rooo
king rooo День тому
it's a good time for u gives to join uk
xot98 День тому
2:39...ceding Hong Kong for a period of 99 years... *sigh* does she even know what she is saying? Hard to watch past this ignorance. Part of Hong Kong was ceded (given *forever*) and part was leased for 99 years.
xot98 3 години тому
@zhengyu lu I was talking about the English definition of cede.
zhengyu lu
zhengyu lu 19 годин тому
Hi you are so naive... after WWII UK was falling, have no power to keep the Colony. Let UK leave while 99 year ends was a deal, China Maintain a decent face of UK, and UK make no trouble, pass the HK smoothly. if UK ask some part forever... China will kick them out by force.
Malcom X
Malcom X День тому
Always Remember America and Britan like to Divide and Rule...Their democracy means weak and corrupt govt...Never get Influence by them.
Beloved Bee
Beloved Bee День тому
Now i understand. Thank you. I hope they win their fight.. If not its time for them to move.
you tube
you tube День тому
Another opinion news claiming himself ‘explaining’ the facts, but actually spreading ideas, shame on you
R День тому
Free China! Free Hong Kong! Free Tibet! Free Taiwan!
Linsheng Chiang
Linsheng Chiang 20 годин тому
This is exactly why you antagonize Chinese. And you do that nasty stuff in the name of Free.
Skywalker День тому
So British made sure the two upcoming super powers China and India have internal issues, hmm..interesting.
Sidztravelblog День тому
99% of the world's problems was created by the Great Britain
E JUN 3 години тому
TheAtom¡CRose _ yeah and killed hundreds of thousands Africans and Indians
Sidztravelblog 6 годин тому
@TheAtom¡CRose _ Lol Countries like China and India are far more advanced and powerful than Britain which has been today reduced to a tiny island...our country's exponential growth shows that we could develop our own tech which would be far more advanced than the ones you gave us inorder to loot our country of it's wealth and natural resources.
Sidztravelblog 9 годин тому
They didn't want any colony to prosper at it's optimum level even after their indepence which is the reasonThey followed Divide and Rule everywhere they set their foot...same case with India and Pakistan whose conflicts don't seem to ever get over and now there is Hong Kong which was the most economically booming city at that point so they just cut off China from Hong Kong
TheAtom¡CRose _
TheAtom¡CRose _ 13 годин тому
Great Britain also gave the countries under there rule tech they'd never have been able to obtain, especially in the Industrial Revolution and Victorian era
李子洞 18 годин тому
I should give you 100 thumb up
Wynn Xiao
Wynn Xiao День тому
I know this has become a political issue however can’t help but wonder what is the feeling who’s parents of that pregnant lady that has been killed by the boyfriend. So the boyfriend has a jail free card because of this? Can someone explain to me?
Sassymestreet День тому
I find it ridiculous how in this video, it uses “pro-democracy” vs “pro-China”. And also the border is between the mainland and Hong Kong, not “China and Hong Kong”. I respect the people’s right to peacefully protest. But what’s happening now in Hong Kong is violent. Many innocent police officers are getting hurt. The method the protesters are taking can’t be encouraged. After all, Hong Kong is a city of China. Not only by politics, but also getting economic and living support from the mainland. I have friends from Hong Kong, but I was also swore at by a Hongkongnese for being Chinese. Issues like these are far more complicated than what the protesters have got to say. Media has strong power and they know it. But the audience can sometimes be unaware of the media’s influence. Please make sure, at least, you get your geography right before you tell a sensitive story like this. Stop being manipulative.
J j
J j День тому
Lego structure is wrong they are Not all pro Beijing, do your homework ! N they are Not all corporations, more are professional bodies. Dont fool ppl.
Chris Todorovski
Chris Todorovski 15 годин тому
and uh it explains clearly that a lot of those seats are pro beijing
Chris Todorovski
Chris Todorovski 15 годин тому
michaelwumol День тому
Lair. Little group of commitees who are selected by HK people
康卓 День тому
binxin chen
binxin chen День тому
what a pretty riot😂
Sarah Sukaimi
Sarah Sukaimi День тому
*my last braincell still processing informations*
Mark Zhou
Mark Zhou День тому
For a very long period before 1997, Hong Kong has no democracy under UK. If the change of 1997 never happened, do you believe Hong Kong would get more autonomy than now?
Mark Zhou
Mark Zhou День тому
@Saajidh Your conclusion has no logic or evidence. Do you know UK has more than 10 colonies now?
Saajidh День тому
@Mark Zhou In this day and age yes. They will get compelled to considering the current political climate and from international pressure
Mark Zhou
Mark Zhou День тому
@Saajidh Like United States, India, Egypt? Do you believe UK will give freedom for free?
Saajidh День тому
Eventually yeah, like every other colony of the UK
Steven Guo
Steven Guo День тому
It's a good thing that under British gov't every 'HKer' is quiet and obedient and productive, I think British 'democracy' largely contributed to it. It is funny when HK people think west does not have a tendency on press and news sector and everyone has a say in choosing their leader. In China, you have no freedom of speech, you cant protest against the gov't. In the US, you can and somebody does, and you will end up being charged with defamation and end up in prison anyway. The only difference here is that US is still stronger than China and probs still better at telling lies than most of countries.
ewilddog День тому
i really don't get this, the law is about extradition which many many countries have in the world, if Hong Kong wants to be viewed as an independent nation, I think this is what they are trying to achieve here, cuz none of them will admit they are Chinese, then this is something as a nation should consider, if not, then you are basically encouraging your nationals to commit crime overseas then come back because your homeland will protect you? And there's been no mentioning of how the murderer should get trialed but somehow made this into a Hong Kong vs mainland independence argument? it's not even related, and for those that are protesting so much about Hong Kong potentially "fallen", how's that even relevant to this case? I just want to know what happened to the murderer and what's Hong Kong government prepared to do about it? I mean if you are a law biding citizen, extradition or not, why would it bother you? Plus the guy killed someone in Taiwan, not even mainland China, I really don't understand how they make this into an issue with China, i mean extradition law will not be limited to just China only right? And the logic don't even make sense here, what if someone from Hong Kong killed someone in China or vise versa, someone from China killed someone in Hong Kong? What's going to happen then? Just forget about it because Hong Kong desperately don't want to be associated with China? And what about other nations that Hong Kong deals with? If any crime gets committed, what's going to be the solution? Honestly, to me if anyone that should be protesting, it should be Taiwan, the man committed murder on their soil and they can't do anything about it because no extradition in place, then somehow he manage to fly back to his homeland, next thing you know, you have the whole nation's hothead trying to protect him for their rights??? A women died here, how's that related to a nation's future or how's that even a democracy argument? What are you going to say to the women's family? And she's pregnant with a child, I don't know about other countries but here in the states, the guy would be charged with first degree murderer without a doubt plus he already admitted to the crime, he would be looking at life sentence possibly without parole too, and here we are everyone arguing about independence against mainland China, what happened to all these people's senses? Please tell me the guy has been arrested and being charged and trialed for murder? Cuz no news media in HK seems to care?
Wynn Xiao
Wynn Xiao День тому
ewilddog totally agree with you. After I watched this video the thing only that got me thinking is so what are they planning to do with the murderer? So the murderer can have a jail free card? It feels very weird if that’s democracy to Hong Kongers. Also what are they planning to do in 2047? I thought their future is to return China in 2047 according to the agreement? Sounds like all this youngsters planning to fight against the government again in 2047 in their forties or move to Atlantic Ocean, haha. Not sure how this really solve any problem. 🤔
pablo honey
pablo honey День тому
Some people nowadays like being colonized
Paulo 98
Paulo 98 День тому
So, where did the murderer go?
ZQ Pang
ZQ Pang День тому
威 李
威 李 2 дні тому
Euhundra 2 дні тому
Don't blame the protestors. Blame Carry Lam for waiting until the protestors to get violent to scrap the bill. Essentially sending the message, "Violent protests are what's required to get us to do something." Which manipulates the protestors to continue violence, attempts to get the international community to side with Carry Lam. One of the most disgusting strategies I've ever seen. How to manipulate democracy 101 - annihilating dissenting voices by making your opponent produce actions of negative sympathy.
Fair & Square Justice
Fair & Square Justice 2 дні тому
Arrest all these protesters, and send them to labour camps in China! Why should you worry about extradition law if you do not commit any serious crimes in China? Does Hong Kong has extradition laws with UK or US?
Apollo 2 дні тому
Yeah! Arrest 1/7 of the population and give communism more power and allow them to falsely arrest democrats!
Mosen Wong
Mosen Wong 2 дні тому
Can you make a subjective report and display different views?
Lion 4U
Lion 4U 2 дні тому
subjective and different views hahahaha
T S 2 дні тому
HK's on dead row
Jonathan Mui
Jonathan Mui 2 дні тому
everytime i watch whats going on in hk it just makes me want to cry... I don't want my home to be destroyed... and my people to be hurt...
7/11 WAS A PART TIME JOB 16 годин тому
I'm Japanese and I am happy to see Hong Kong destroyed. I want to see the protestors use guns to defend themselves from police brutality. All police must be killed so HK can have freedom :D
Jonathan Mui
Jonathan Mui 2 дні тому
刘贾 2 дні тому
As a 30-year-old Chinese, I just finished my postgraduate studies from a university in Hong Kong. To be honest, I really don’t like the castration standards of the mainland. As a result, our news is blocked. What I understand is the truth that the government let me know, but My salary level has really advanced by leaps and bounds, and the quality of life has improved a lot. Compared with Hong Kong people, it seems like we don’t have the power to resist anything. It seems that we are used to living under such a form. I certainly respect everyone’s decision,but what I have to say is that young people in Hong Kong need to work harder, not just shouting slogans. They need down-to-earth efforts, and they need the local strength in the economic, technological, and industrial chains. People who can change something may be on the street. Politics is really complicated, but life is real, it’s our own. Our generation is actually trying to change something, I do love China, because it’s my country, I also hate the policyholders, hope you guys can understand my standpoint.
Billy Chung
Billy Chung 2 дні тому
They are talking about democracy but you ask working harder. I dont get it. You mean democracy(especially freedom of speech) and strength of the economy are incompatible?
Teng Pong Yu
Teng Pong Yu 2 дні тому
If the policy on the welfare of houses, education, medical support and basic amenities were distributed well, which are basic necessities that comfort the soul of Hong Kong people, things could be managed at a different evel. The identity of who they are and where they sit, especially the younger generation towards their future, is what brought forth a bottled up and escalated frustration that triggers the crisis.
junliang lin
junliang lin 2 дні тому
If hong kong always do it like this.Feel free to protest, without thinking.Being misled and not conscious, I believe that Hong Kong will not have a future.Therefore, I think that any Hong Kong youth who are interested in continuing to develop themselves will still leave Hong Kong. Because Hong Kong has long been overweight by Western and local interest groups, there is no future.Some people say that the fugitive offenders will do so. Hong Kong has lost its status as a legal independence. I think that the first fugitive offenders Ordinance should be clearly marked on the draft and the right to decide whether to extradite is in the hands of Hong Kong judges. In the hands of the mainland, this is one of the two. After many years of development, the level of the legal system in the mainland, you or the inland areas has also increased significantly.On this serious issue, if you want to have objections, you need to produce evidence, evidence must be and it is true evidence.Those who want to know these things, I suggest you collect information from many aspects and think about the problem from more angles, such as this time.Finally, I wish Hong Kong good luck.God bless Hong Kong.
Frank Mark
Frank Mark 2 дні тому
One person one vote wasn’t even a thing under British rule.
Pan Patrick
Pan Patrick 2 дні тому
HK’s fall should blame the media and young people themselves. The future will tell the truth. You can misled and fool the people once but not all the time.
David Feltheim
David Feltheim 2 дні тому
Hong Kong deserves to be like Singapore, and independent and powerful city state.
pablo honey
pablo honey День тому
What independent. Lol... Who gives you water to drink... Your neighbour. Come on wake up son
jmin w
jmin w 2 дні тому
???????? and not have any of these rights to assembly? having a one party state that has tightened civil and political freedoms?
Ld Adv
Ld Adv 2 дні тому
All Jackie Chan and Bruce Lee's fight. Forgot to mention Jet li
Suk Mike Hok
Suk Mike Hok 2 дні тому
Rice is rice
An Zheng
An Zheng 2 дні тому
So it was in the end a kind of china-phobia.
LordEredor 2 дні тому
That construction worker guy is a mole... You wanna fight China and yet you speak Mandarin while the other two fellas spoke Cantonese which is Hong Kong's lingo.... Maybe because their education has slowly eroded Cantonese and replace it with Mandarin.... hmmmm.. should protest against that as well..... I remember a time where Hong Konger don't just not speak Mandarin, but don't know.... It's like not being able to speak Spanish....
Kelvin Tan
Kelvin Tan 2 дні тому
I wonder if Hong kong can survive without China. Basically Hong Kong citizen have to decide for themselves what kind of model they want for their state. Capitalism vs socialism. if they are unhappy about cost of living, then they should adopt socialism model. Cut back on land sale revenue and focus more on sustainable tax model. What is that Hong Kong is protesting for the sale of protesting without any concrete thought what they really want.
Steven Guo
Steven Guo День тому
@Jonathan Mui It's a good thing that under British gov't every 'HKer' is quiet and obedient and productive, I think British 'democracy' largely contributed to it. It is funny when HK people think west does not have a tendency on press and news sector and everyone has a say in choosing their leader. In China, you have no freedom of speech, you cant protest against the gov't. In the US, you can and somebody does, and you will end up being charged with defamation and end up in prison anyway. The only difference here is that US is still stronger than China and probs still better at telling lies than most of countries.
Jonathan Mui
Jonathan Mui 2 дні тому
its not always about economics. it's about freedoms, and culture, and a life forwards that they can be proud of. Hong kong one of the largest ports in the southeastern region, they are a connection between the west and east, im sure they can manage.
Hae Shim
Hae Shim 2 дні тому
Step down Carrie Lam
y z
y z 2 дні тому
Yixuan Jia
Yixuan Jia 2 дні тому
J F Woods
J F Woods 2 дні тому
Shame on UK for not enforcing the Treaty!
Chris Todorovski
Chris Todorovski 15 годин тому
@zhengyu lu a treaty is a treaty is china is not enforcing that as usual china likes to break promises huh
zhengyu lu
zhengyu lu 20 годин тому
UK as old as their Queen... how can she fight with the red dragon?
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