This year (2020) is the 31st anniversary of the "Tiananmen Incident". Due to the 30-year commemoration, I just survived the storm of the "Reverse Extradition" incident in Hong Kong at this time last year, and the whole world is still in the shock of the new crown pneumonia epidemic. Therefore, this year's "June 4th Commemoration" was supposed to be celebrated with all parties performing ceremonially and expressing their own opinions. However, because the CCP authorities forced Hong Kong's "National Security Law", it effectively stifled "One Country, Two Systems" and instructed the Hong Kong government. Prohibition of Victoria Park commemorative activities has made this year's "June 4th" more tense than ever. The changing situation in Hong Kong is embedded in the general background of US-China relations, and plays a more influential and igniting role. On May 20 this year, the White House of the United States issued a report on US-China relations, clearly acknowledging that the US policy toward China over the past 30 years needs to change its course because it failed to urge the Chinese mainland to abide by international rules, and announced that the two countries have become a relationship of power competition, which is almost a tension between the two countries. The beginning of the "New Cold War".
At the same time as the report was published, the People's Congress of the Chinese mainland announced that it would push forward the legislation of the "National Security Law" as soon as possible, which aroused strong concern from the US side. . However, opposition forces such as the Hong Kong Democratic Party did not wait for the long-awaited multi-party solidarity. The United States fell into the vortex of racial conflict soon, and it is difficult to separate so far; the former Wedding Photo Editing colonial power, the United Kingdom, is difficult to focus, and Prime Minister Johnson can only consider measures such as relaxing the conditions for Hong Kong people to apply for visas. Other European countries, Japan, Canada and Australia is generally silent. Even the Taiwan Democratic Progressive Party government, which actively "supported Hong Kong" last year, has been extra cautious. In the past, young Taiwanese netizens who actively supported the "anti-extradition" movement in the online space in the past have rallied against the large-scale opening up of Hong Kong people to immigrate to Taiwan.
It is actually "I don't like the attitude of Hong Kong people who think they are superior" and "I don't want Hong Kong people to grab jobs and speculate housing prices". Comparing the righteous and stern words during the presidential election perfectly shows the limitations, repetitions and self-interest of the so-called "progressive forces" in Taiwan. Photo Credit: Reuters / Dazhi Image Indeed, the commemoration of "June 4th" and the support for the democratization of China and Hong Kong from all walks of life in Taiwan have always been lacking in strength and lack of sincerity, not only in the Taiwan independence camp. The Blue Camp, which once took the "Three Principles of the People's Principles to Unify China", seems to have lost ground in advancing and retreating. In the end, it was too lazy to say a few scenes. Only the former President Ma Ying-jeou, who was born in Hong Kong,