From the perspective of the domino effect, in October 2021 last year, Hong Kong's self-governing, limited functioning democratic groups were finally forced to dissolve. After the Tiananmen Square incident in China on June 4, 1989, it will no longer be possible to hold a memorial service for the victims. The parliamentary front protected by Hong Kong's pro-democracy camp has been disintegrated by China, and since the anti-government demonstrations in Hong Kong in 2014 (the Umbrella Revolution), Hong Kong's democracy has almost disappeared since the 2019 amendment of the Fugitive Offenders Ordinance to ban demonstrations. In 2022, with the Beijing Winter Olympics, evidence of repression and oppression of ethnic minorities in China's Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region has emerged, which has turned into an international issue. For some time, even in Tibet and Inner Mongolia, the Chinese Communist Party has been criticized for its harsh policies against ethnic minorities, who have been convincing against the backdrop of economic growth.
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