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Hong Kong is making headlines across the world, and China doesn't quite know what to do about it. The streets of the business district in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People's Republic of China have been thronged with protesters for more than a week. They're a mix of students and ordinary people irate at the Chinese government's orders that Hong Kong may vote freely for its next leader—but only for the few candidates Beijing approves in advance. Read More