August 30, 2012
Hong Kong: The 'Occupy' Movement's Last Stand
Joe Jackson, Time
When Occupy protests sprung up on Sept. 17 last year in New York City and spread around the world, there was little surprise that they reached Hong Kong. Like the Big Apple and London, the former British colony is a global financial center that thrives on the kind of cutthroat capitalism the Occupy movement decries. The U.S.-based Heritage Foundation has ranked the city the world’s freest economy for 18 consecutive years...
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