Is the United States losing interest in Hong Kong's democratic development, just two years after speaking out about mass pro-democracy protests in China's semi-autonomous city? In this week's VOA China 360, Michael Lipin asks why U.S. officials and media appeared to pay little attention last week, when China's no. 3 leader visited Hong Kong for the first time since presiding over a legislative ruling that restricted the city's electoral reforms and triggered the 2014 Occupy protests.
VOA China 360: US Losing Interest in China's Handling of Hong Kong? 1705401
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