Hong Kong residents see new bridge as Chinese propaganda

Hong Kong residents see new bridge as Chinese propaganda

The world’s longest sea bridge is now officially open for traffic in China. It took almost a decade to build the Hong Kong–Zhuhai–Macau Bridge, which spans 34 miles. But many in Hong Kong view the bridge as the Chinese government tightening its grip on the former British colony. Ben Tracy reports.

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Hong Kong residents see new bridge as Chinese propaganda

14 thoughts on “Hong Kong residents see new bridge as Chinese propaganda

  1. If you need any prove the West, and US in particular, is not anxiuos about China's rise and eventual eclipsing of them in the world, this report is prove enough. Any thing great coming out of China these days must be poo-poo'ed on & given that negative spin. I bet if a smiliar bridge were to be built in the US, it'll be glorified to kingdom come.
    The fact that they seek out Claudia Mo, a known anti-Beijing politician to comment in her atrocious fake British accent for their report shows their intent on making this report on the bridge to come out negatively. They cannot not know Claudia, because she's been quoted & appeared in every Western media in print and TV that I've seen . I'm surprised I didn't see her using her favorite term "umbilical cord" for the bridge in this report.

  2. do a search on, "operation mockingbird". CBS won't be doing its job if it reports things as they are.

  3. I see the Chinese deployed their propaganda brigade in these comments. Look up Falun Gong. See what pleasant people the Chinese government are.

  4. The US fake news media found one person in Hong Kong against it, and they said Hong Kong is against it.

  5. Those Hongkong interviewee were chossen with bias. Hongkong will benefit from the bridge and those two are just members of Hongkong independence favoured by westerns.

  6. White men always,always jealous of China,they always double down of crazy propaganda.

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