“No One Could Coerce her Child to Do Anything to Meet Her Dictatorship” Even the Mother

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"No One Could Coerce her Child to Do Anything to Meet Her Dictatorship"

Even the Mother

On July 29, 2012, many tens of thousands protestors who included teachers, students and their parents and scholars, were parading under the torrid and humid weather on the street in Hong Kong. Some of the parents carried their little children by strollers. The protestors were saying no to the government's plan, a new curriculum, "Moral and National Education." The scene awakens many worldwide media regard to the variation of relationship between a "Mother" and her "Children," she get them back from their "Adoptive Parent," United Kingdom in 1997. On that time, the "Mother," Chinese Communist Party made a promise, "One country, two systems" to her "Children," Hong Kong people. Therefore, Hong Kong people are governed under their "Guardian," Hong Kong government and its constitution, the Basic Law. The principle of Basic Law, Hong Kong have a high degree of autonomy to preserve their economic and social systems until 2047, in order to achieve the handover smoothly.

Unfortunately, the "Mother" might forget her promise. Ko says, "Hong Kong people are wondering if several recent trends and occurrences signify a pattern whereby their home is gradually becoming more like the mainland." The Hong Kong people found that both Chinese Communist Party and Hong Kong governments were impatient to indoctrinate Chinese communist ideology to Hong Kong, but the people dislike the concept against to the principle of the idea, "One country, Two system," of Basic Law. Therefore, many conflicts appeared between Hong Kong residents, their government and the China's government. Consequently, the stabilization of Hong Kong's society would be knocked down because Hong Kong residents hard to confide in both governments according to the 15 years journey.

Many conflicts that made Hong...