Starting from June, Hong Kong's opposition and some radical forces have used the pretext of peaceful demonstration to engage in violent protests.
Although signs of moderation prevail in the world's economic landscape, analysts remained confident about China's growth prospect with effects of the government's pro-growth measures filtering through.
In early August, on the eve of the arrival of a medical team with free services, villagers gathered in groups of twos and threes, buzzing with tales of the wondrous Chinese doctors.
Chinese mainland youths strongly support the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) government in stopping violence, riots and regaining social stability.
As a villainous and maniacal force sweeping through Hong Kong, the homeland of seven million residents is covered with bruises and faced with fatal harm from a small group of rioters.
With notable results in maintaining social stability, vocational education and training centers in China's Xinjiang have proved effective in fighting terrorism and extremism, deserving international recognition and support.
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