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April 7, 2004

undermining stereotypes in Hong Kong

I'm mainly thinking about the situation in Iraq, but I have no special information or insights about that deeply troubling matter. Meanwhile, on a somewhat lighter note, the Times' Keith Bradsher analyzes the political situation in Hong Kong for us. It seems that the Communists want to retain a constitution that allows only rich oligarchs to vote. Some of their main critics are Christian groups that are committed to preserving gay rights. At least these folks aren't hidebound ideologues.

April 7, 2004 2:21 PM | category: none


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