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Chinese officials: 'Plenty more to be done' on Hong Kong security

Zheng Yanxiong vows 'no compromise' with those causing unrest in name of freedom

Hong Kong police have sought to stop residents from memorializing a man who last week stabbed a policeman and then himself.   © Reuters

HONG KONG -- Chinese officials vowed on Monday to press on with remaking Hong Kong, declaring the national security law Beijing imposed on the former British colony a year ago a success.

"This is a long and arduous task, and there is still plenty of work to be done," said Chen Dong, vice director of Beijing's official representative office in the city, at a Hong Kong Department of Justice forum on the security law. "There needs to be a clear understanding as forces that are anti-Chinese and trying to sow trouble in Hong Kong have not completely given up."

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