Months of Violent Protests Unhinge Hong Kongers, Uncertain 2020 Looms

December 20, 2019 05:18 PM
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VOA Mandarin Service reporter Paris Huang looks back at the dramatic scenes of revolt in recent months in Hong Kong. What began as protests over a proposed extradition law - meaning Hong Kongers could face trial in China's Communist Party-controlled courts  unleashed years of pent-up frustrations over creeping control by Beijing and an intentional erosion of Cantonese culture. Here's VOA's Paris Huang with a first-hand account of his time covering the unrest.