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Cheng Kai Ming on the 20th Anniversary of the Hong Kong Handover

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Published on Jun 26, 2017

For more on Hong Kong's past and future, CGTN's Elaine Reyes spoke to professor Cheng Kai Ming. He's the Chair of Education at the University of Hong Kong.

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Detected Closed Captioning: Style: ::cue(c.colorCCCCCC) { Color: Rgb(204,204,204); } ::cue(c.colorE5E5E5) { Color: Rgb(229,229,229); } ## Professor Chung Chi Ming Joins Us He's The Chair Of Education At The University of Hong Kong Thank You So Much For Joining Us Thank You So 20 20 Years How Has The One Country Two Systems Worked So Far I Think The One Country Two system Solution Is Almost The Only Solution I Am Very Positive But I wouldn't Go As Far As Say I'm Optimistic it's A Huge Human Experiment The Coexistence Of - No It's Almost Two Extremely Opposite Political Cultures China If The State Has Overwhelming Power Over The Economy Over The Society over Society And Over Ideologies Hong Kong On The Other Hand Is A Free Market with Diverse Lifestyles And Diverse Ideologies How The Two Political cultures Can Coexist It's A Huge Human Experiment As I Mentioned So Far I Think they Dick Yes Go Ahead So Far You Know so Far I Think I Think It Is A Mutual Learning Experience Learning How To Accept And Coexist With A Totally Different Culture The Different Lifestyles Different Norms And Different Assumptions And Now The Assumptions Are Coming To In On Service You May See Confrontations When You Take A Learning Perspective Using A Learning Discourse then Sooner Or Later Both Sides Will Learn And Learn To Coexist With Each Other - Leonard As An Alternative Way Of Running Society So Professor 20 Years later A Happy Think Beijing Views Hong Kong I Think Beijing Now This Is My Personal view Pages Views About Hong Kong Is Changing All The Time Is Being Challenged By What Is Happened In Hong Kong And It Is Adjusting Itself On His Policies On These Perceptions On is A Arrangement About Hong Kong It's Changing All The Time But I'm Not So Sure It's Changing As Far As Hong Kong Itself It's Also Changing And On The Other Side Another Han China Is Expanding Very Quickly In This Economy And Its Infancy In A Global Arena And Therefore Hong Kong Has To Cope With That As Well Not Only A Kind Of A Peaceful Static Coexistence With The Is Madalyn Talk To Us About The Significance Of Xi Jinping's Visit His First As President Especially On The Sides He Will Also Administer The Oath To The New Chief Executive Carrie Lam Yes I Think His Visit Is Is Almost A Matter Of Course Because If He Didn't Visit It Would Be A Quite A Surprise To Hong Kong Oh It's Not His Visit That's Significant But How He Asks How He Faces The Diversity In Hong Kong Particularly How He Handles The So-called opposition's The So Called pan-democrats Will Actually Have Very Very Large Significance On The Future Of Hong Kong And Hong Kong People's Perception Of Our Chinese Government All Right Professor Chung Kai Ming Thank You For Joining Us From Hong Kong Thank You







Detected Closed Captioning: Style: ::cue(c.colorCCCCCC) { Color: Rgb(204,204,204); } ::cue(c.colorE5E5E5) { Color: Rgb(229,229,229); } ## Professor Chung Chi Ming Joins Us He's The Chair Of Education At The University of Hong Kong Thank You So Much For Joining Us Thank You So 20 20 Years How Has The One Country Two Systems Worked So Far I Think The One Country Two system Solution Is Almost The Only Solution I Am Very Positive But I wouldn't Go As Far As Say I'm Optimistic it's A Huge Human Experiment The Coexistence Of - No It's Almost Two Extremely Opposite Political Cultures China If The State Has Overwhelming Power Over The Economy Over The Society over Society And Over Ideologies Hong Kong On The Other Hand Is A Free Market with Diverse Lifestyles And Diverse Ideologies How The Two Political cultures Can Coexist It's A Huge Human Experiment As I Mentioned So Far I Think they Dick Yes Go Ahead So Far You Know so Far I Think I Think It Is A Mutual Learning Experience Learning How To Accept And Coexist With A Totally Different Culture The Different Lifestyles Different Norms And Different Assumptions And Now The Assumptions Are Coming To In On Service You May See Confrontations When You Take A Learning Perspective Using A Learning Discourse then Sooner Or Later Both Sides Will Learn And Learn To Coexist With Each Other - Leonard As An Alternative Way Of Running Society So Professor 20 Years later A Happy Think Beijing Views Hong Kong I Think Beijing Now This Is My Personal view Pages Views About Hong Kong Is Changing All The Time Is Being Challenged By What Is Happened In Hong Kong And It Is Adjusting Itself On His Policies On These Perceptions On is A Arrangement About Hong Kong It's Changing All The Time But I'm Not So Sure It's Changing As Far As Hong Kong Itself It's Also Changing And On The Other Side Another Han China Is Expanding Very Quickly In This Economy And Its Infancy In A Global Arena And Therefore Hong Kong Has To Cope With That As Well Not Only A Kind Of A Peaceful Static Coexistence With The Is Madalyn Talk To Us About The Significance Of Xi Jinping's Visit His First As President Especially On The Sides He Will Also Administer The Oath To The New Chief Executive Carrie Lam Yes I Think His Visit Is Is Almost A Matter Of Course Because If He Didn't Visit It Would Be A Quite A Surprise To Hong Kong Oh It's Not His Visit That's Significant But How He Asks How He Faces The Diversity In Hong Kong Particularly How He Handles The So-called opposition's The So Called pan-democrats Will Actually Have Very Very Large Significance On The Future Of Hong Kong And Hong Kong People's Perception Of Our Chinese Government All Right Professor Chung Kai Ming Thank You For Joining Us From Hong Kong Thank You









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