China Pledges to Proceed ‘One Nation, Two Techniques’ Coverage Amid Hong Kong Crackdown

Chinese language Premier Li Keqiang gave a speech on Thursday pledging to uphold the “one nation, two techniques” coverage that grants Hong Kong its personal freedoms separate from China, even because the mainland has been proscribing these rights.



Chinese Premier Li Keqiang pledged to uphold the "one country, two systems" policy that grants Hong Kong additional freedoms even as China cracks down on pro-democracy protestors. A protester stands behind a mock jail with photos of the 47 pro-democracy figures already in prison as Hong Kong's political elite on Sept. 19, 2021, began selecting a powerful committee which will choose the city's next leader and nearly half the city's legislature under a new "patriots only" system imposed by Beijing.


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Chinese language Premier Li Keqiang pledged to uphold the “one nation, two techniques” coverage that grants Hong Kong further freedoms at the same time as China cracks down on pro-democracy protestors. A protester stands behind a mock jail with images of the 47 pro-democracy figures already in jail as Hong Kong’s political elite on Sept.

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Hyundai to show next-generation fuel-cell systems, hydrogen society ideas

Hyundai plans to host a “global forum” called Hydrogen Wave on September 7, with the goal of showcasing next-generation fuel-cell systems, and promoting different uses for fuel-cell tech.

The online event will present Hyundai’s “vision for a future hydrogen society,” according to a company press release. Hyundai said it will showcase fuel-cell vehicles, as well as other applications for fuel-cell tech.

Three short teaser videos provided hints of what the reveals might be. One showed a car lapping a racetrack in the black-and-white camouflage typical of auto-industry prototypes. The second showed what appeared to be a fuel-cell truck, and the

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