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Policemen arrive with a metal barricade as pro-democracy activists protest at a monument symbolising the city's handover from British to Chinese rule in Hong Kong on June 28.   © Reuters

Hong Kong's iffy future 20 years after handover

Not much thought given to 'democracy, freedom and human rights'

| China

HONG KONG -- As the 20th anniversary of the U.K.'s handover of Hong Kong to China approaches, concerns over the territory's political and economic freedoms have been surfacing, especially among the city's youth.

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