Universal Community Testing Aims at Cutting Community Transmission, 100 Pct Voluntary: Carrie Lam

The motive behind some people’s acts of smearing Hong Kong’s universal community testing program is to jeopardize the special administrative region (SAR)’s relationship with the central government, said Carrie Lam, Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR).

Condemning such acts of certain individuals at a press conference on Tuesday ahead of the Executive Meeting, Lam told reporters that the program’s purpose is to cut the community transmission chain and it is 100-percent voluntary. http://www.cctvplus.com/news/20200825/8155145.shtml#!language=1

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Exclusivo de Carrie Lam: Nada es más importante que la vida de las personas

La jefa ejecutiva de la Región Administrativa Especial de Hong Kong de China (RAEHK), Carrie Lam, realizó el lunes una entrevista exclusiva con CGTN. Al hablar sobre el aplazamiento de la elección del Consejo Legislativo (LegCo) de 2020 en la RAEHK, Lam dijo que sabía que podría encontrarse con todo tipo de especulaciones para tomar la decisión ya que la participación de la elección de LegCo es siempre alta y la sociedad de Hong Kong ahora está atravesando una situación muy politizada y muy polarizada. #China #HongKong #coronavirus #CGTNestudio

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Expelled for Criticizing China?!

Drew Pavlou is an Australian student at the University of Queensland. But he might not be for long. After staging several high profile demonstrations in support of Hong Kong protesters and criticizing China’s human rights abuses, his university wanted to expel him from school. Turns out the university has very close ties to the Chinese Communist Party. And it’s sparked media outrage in Australia.

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