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THE LIVING TIBETAN SPIRITS WILL NOT BE TAKEN IN BY CHINESE LIES

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The Living Tibetan Spirits will not be taken in by Chinese lies.

The Living Tibetan Spirits will not be taken in by Chinese lies. China’s military conquest of Tibet cannot be described as ‘Peaceful Liberation’. China’s ‘Socialist System’ cannot conceal the fact of Tibet’s Colonization. China’s Information Warfare aims to subjugate Tibet by compromising Tibetan Identity in every conceivable manner. The Living Tibetan Spirits asks the global community to reject China’s Diabolical Campaign of Lies, Deception, Wickedness, and Cunningness.

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The Living Tibetan Spirits will not be taken in by Chinese lies.

China warns Tibetans not to be taken in ahead of Dalai Lama anniversary

Clipped from: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-tibet-idUSKBN1OD098

BEIJING (Reuters) – The people of Tibet should not be taken in by the Dalai Lama’s lies and clearly understand the importance of Communist Party rule in the region, the Chinese government said ahead of March’s sensitive 60th anniversary of him fleeing into exile.

The Living Tibetan Spirits will not be taken in by Chinese lies.

Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, speaks to students at a school in Mumbai, India, December 8, 2017. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui/File Photo

Beijing sent troops into Tibet in 1950 in what it officially terms a peaceful liberation and has ruled there with an iron fist ever since.

The Dalai Lama, the highest figure in Tibetan Buddhism, fled into exile to India in 1959 after a failed uprising against Chinese rule.

China routinely denounces him as a dangerous separatist, although the Dalai Lama says he merely wants genuine autonomy for his remote and mountainous homeland.

The official Tibet Daily said in a lengthy commentary released online late on Thursday the 83-year-old Dalai Lama had never given up promoting Tibetan independence, dismissing his intentions to seek a “middle way” of genuine autonomy.

“Whether it’s the ‘middle way’ or a ‘high degree of autonomy’, the aim is to try to negate the leadership of the party, negate the socialist system, and negate the ethnic autonomous region system,” the paper wrote.

It said the Dalai Lama has tried to use hostile forces in the Western media to spread his “rumors and slander” against China to promote Tibetan independence, ignoring the freedoms and respect accorded to the people of Tibet.

“In the face of the lies of the 14th Dalai Lama, the various people of Tibet should be even more aware that socialist new Tibet replacing the theistic and feudal system of old Tibet was a historical necessity, and a victory for the truth and the people,” the paper wrote.

The head of the Tibetan-government-in-exile based in northern India denounced the criticism of the Dalai Lama and said he was the solution to the Tibetan problem because most Tibetans accept him as their leader.

“Intimidation and fear are not the ways to govern Tibetans. Even after 60 years of occupation, the Chinese government is using these techniques,” Lobsang Sangay told Reuters in the hill station of Dharamsala.

The Dalai Lama on Friday gave a lecture in Mumbai on ancient Indian knowledge but did not directly mention current relations with China.

“Violence always brings suffering,” he said, in comments streamed live on his Facebook page. “Basic human nature is more compassionate.”

Sangay said the Dalai Lama’s middle way was a win-win situation seeking autonomy for the Tibetans within the framework of the Chinese constitution and called for talks between his envoys and the representatives of the Chinese government to address the 60-year-old issue.

DIFFICULT SITUATION

Rights groups say the situation for ethnic Tibetans inside what China calls the Tibet Autonomous Region remains extremely difficult.

The U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights said in June conditions were “fast deteriorating” in Tibet.

This week, the U.S. Senate passed the Reciprocal Access to Tibet Act, which now goes to the White House for President Donald Trump to sign into law.

That act seeks to promote access to Tibet for U.S. diplomats and other officials, journalists, and other citizens by denying entry into the United States for Chinese officials deemed responsible for restricting access to Tibet.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang said the bill was an interference in China’s domestic affairs and they had already made “stern representations” to the United States about it.

Many foreigners visit Tibet every year, with almost 40,000 trips by Americans there since 2015, including by senior U.S. politicians, showing there was no reason for this bill, he told a daily news briefing.

China urges the United States to prevent the bill becoming law to avoid harming bilateral relations, Lu added.

All foreigners need special permission to enter Tibet, which is generally granted for tourists but very infrequently for foreign diplomats and journalists.

Reporting by Ben Blanchard; Additional reporting by Christian Shepherd, and Abhishek Madhukar in DHARAMSALA, India; Editing by Sanjeev Miglani

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TROUBLE IN TIBET – RED CHINA FOOLS PEOPLE ALL THE TIME

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TROUBLE IN TIBET – RED CHINA FOOLS ALL PEOPLE ALL THE TIME.

“You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.” – Abraham Lincoln. Red China is an exception to this rule about fooling people for she tries to fool all people all the time.

TROUBLE IN TIBET - RED CHINA FOOLS ALL PEOPLE ALL THE TIME. I AM PRAYING FOR DESCENT OF SWARM OF TRILLIONS OF BEES TO STING AND TO DRIVE AWAY PEOPLE'S LIBERATION ARMY FROM OCCUPIED TIBETAN TERRITORY.
TROUBLE IN TIBET – RED CHINA FOOLS ALL PEOPLE ALL THE TIME. I AM PRAYING FOR DESCENT OF SWARM OF TRILLIONS OF BEES TO STING AND TO DRIVE AWAY PEOPLE’S LIBERATION ARMY FROM OCCUPIED TIBETAN TERRITORY.

Red China claims that Dalai Lama is fooling people by suggesting that he may reincarnate as Honey Bee. In my prayer, I am seeking descent of Swarm of Trillions of Bees to sting People’s Liberation Army and force their retreat from Occupied Tibetan territory.

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High ranking Chinese official says Dalai Lama is ‘making a fool’ of Buddhism after he suggested he may be reincarnated ‘as a bee or mischievous blond girl’

China’s ethnic and religious affairs chairman takes a swipe at Dalai Lama Claims he is failing Tibetan Buddhists with comments on reincarnation Alleged to have said he may reincarnate as ‘a bee or mischievous blond’ Religion believes senior lama is reincarnated in body of a child on deathBy EUAN McLELLAND FOR MailOnLine

Published: 10:16 EST, 28 March 2016 | Updated: 10:16 EST, 28 March 2016

A top Chinese official has blasted the Dalai Lama claiming he is ‘making a fool’ of Buddhism by suggesting he may not reincarnate when he dies.
Zhu Weiqun, chairman of the ethnic and religious affairs committee of the top advisory body to China’s parliament, said the Dalai Lama had to respect tradition.

Tibetan Buddhism believes that the soul of a senior lama is reincarnated in the body of a child on his death.

TROUBLE IN TIBET – RED CHINA FOOLS ALL PEOPLE ALL THE TIME. PRAYING FOR DESCENT OF SWARM OF TRILLIONS OF HONEY BEES TO DRIVE AWAY PEOPLE’S LIBERATION ARMY FROM TIBET.

The Dalai Lama – who fled into exile in India after a failed uprising against Chinese rule in 1959 – is being accused of adopting a ‘useless’ approach by suggesting he may be reincarnated as an animal or ‘something entirely inappropriate’

However, the Dalai Lama – who fled into exile in India after a failed uprising against Chinese rule in 1959 – is being accused of adopting a ‘useless’ approach by suggesting he may be reincarnated as an animal or ‘something entirely inappropriate’.

Writing in the state-run Global Times, Mr Weiqun wrote: ‘The Dalai Lama continues to proclaim his reincarnation is a “purely religious matter” and something only he can decide, but he has no way to compel admiration from the faithful.

‘He’s been proclaiming he’ll reincarnate as a foreigner, as a bee, as a “mischievous blond girl”, or even proposing a living reincarnation or an end to reincarnation.

‘All of this, quite apart from making a fool of Tibetan Buddhism, is completely useless when it comes to extricating him from the difficulty of reincarnation,’ wrote Zhu, who was involved in the past in Beijing’s failed efforts to talk to the Dalai Lama’s representatives.’
The exiled Tibetan spiritual leader is considered a violent separatist by China.

He denies espousing violence and insists he only wants genuine autonomy for Tibet.

The comments against him come as early election results put the leader of the Tibetan government-in-exile, Lobsang Sangay, on course for a second term, part of a strategy to sustain a decades-old struggle for greater autonomy for its Chinese-ruled homeland.

TROUBLE IN TIBET – RED CHINA FOOLS ALL PEOPLE ALL THE TIME. I AM PRAYING FOR DESCENT OF SWARM OF TRILLIONS OF HONEY BEES TO FORCE PEOPLE’S LIBERATION ARMY TO WITHDRAW FROM OCCUPIED TIBET.

Tibetan Buddhism believes that the soul of a senior lama is reincarnated in the body of a child on his death

China says the tradition must continue and its officially atheist Communist leaders have the right to approve the Dalai Lama’s successor, as a right inherited from China’s emperors.
A senior aide to the Dalai Lama, Tenzin Taklha, said there was ‘no way’ Tibetans would accept a successor appointed by China.
‘The Chinese are following an absurd agenda and we continue to reject it,’ he said.
In 2011, the Dalai Lama called on exiled Tibetans to nominate an elected leader, or ‘Sikyong’, to lead the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA). Sangay was on track to win re-election with over 65 percent backing in the March 20 vote.
‘I hope to do much better. Both on political terms, by holding dialogue with the Chinese, and working on welfare issues in the next five years,’ he told Reuters.
China does not recognize the CTA, which is based in India’s Himalayan town of Dharamsala and represents nearly 100,000 exiled Tibetans living in 30 countries including India, Nepal, Canada and the United States.

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Trouble in Tibet. Red China Fools All People All The Time. Red China is Liar.
Trouble in Tibet. Red China Fools All People All The Time. Red China is Liar.

 

TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR

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TIBET AWARENESS - RED CHINA - LIAR. RED CHINA DEMANDS TO CONTROL TIBETAN CULTURAL TRADITIONS AND SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS INCLUDING REINCARNATION OF DALAI LAMA.
TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. RED CHINA DEMANDS TO CONTROL TIBETAN CULTURAL TRADITIONS AND SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS INCLUDING REINCARNATION OF DALAI LAMA.

Red China deliberately and purposefully distorts truth about her military occupation of Tibet. Red China claims that she has peacefully liberated Tibet from feudal rule. Apart from illegal occupation of Tibet, Red China conceals several truths which she doesn’t want the world to know. Apart from rest of the world, Chinese people have no access to truth about their own country.

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TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. CHINA MUST TELL THE WORLD BASIC TRUTHS ABOUT HER ECONOMY. POVERTY IS RAMPANT. CHINA NEEDS ANOTHER REVOLUTION.

1. Poverty.

Even though China is the world’s most populous country, at over 1.35 billion people, it still has some secrets it doesn’t want us to know. But we dug some of them up just for you!
For instance, despite the fact that the US borrows a lot of money from China, a lot of it’s population is still living in utter poverty. In fact, about 100 million people in China are surviving on less than $1 a day, which works out to less than $365 a year! And nearly 400 million people live on less than $2 a day!

TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. CHINA’S PRISON POPULATION IS GROWING RAPIDLY. PRISONERS ARE EXECUTED WITHOUT DUE PROCESS.

2. Death Penalty.

In 2005, China executed more than 4 times as many convicts as the rest of the world combined. That works out to over 1,770 executions, most of them done by firing squad.

TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. AIR POLLUTION , URBAN SMOG AND HAZE.

3. Air Pollution.

China’s air pollution is so bad from its rapid industrial growth that many people wear masks outside just to be able to breathe. But their problems aren’t limited to their own country. Due to the jet stream carrying their air over to the United States, much of that pollution has traveled to northern California. In fact, about a third of the air pollution in San Francisco comes from China!

TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. OPPRESSION AND SUPPRESSION IN TIBET.

4. Reincarnation.

The Chinese government has actually banned Buddhist monks from reincarnating. That is, unless they get permission from the government first. In reality, what seems ridiculous is actually a move to limit the influence of the Dalai Lama.

TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. ECONOMIC DISASTER AWAITS CHINA.

5. Empty Mall.

China can proudly boast that it has the world’s largest mall, the New South China Mall, with space for 2,350 stores and 7,000,000 square feet of leasable space! The only problem is that 7 years after it opened it is still 99% empty. The only things actually in the mall are a few fast food stores near the entrance.

TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. RED CHINA IS AFRAID OF INTERNET. PEOPLE HAVE NO ACCESS TO INFORMATION.

6. Blocked Sites.

Facebook and Twitter have been blocked sites in China since 2009 and The New York Times has been blocked since a 2012 article didn’t please the government. They are going to lift the ban in what is called the Shanghai Free Trade zone soon but it is more of a business decision than anything else.

TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. CHINA’S EXPANDING ECONOMIC INEQUITY MAY CAUSE A NEW REVOLUTION. POOR HAVE NO HOUSING.

7. Cave Dwellers.

About 35 million people in China still live in caves. Most of these live in the Shaanxi province where the porous soil makes the caves easy to dig. They are often decorated or reinforced with bricks.

TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. PEOPLE DRINK POLLUTED WATER.

8. Water Contamination.

About 700 million Chinese people, or about half of their population, drink contaminated water every day. One of the biggest reasons is that only about 10 percent of the raw sewage produced by the big cities is treated and the rest is dumped straight into lakes and rivers where it leaks into ground water

TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. A SINGLE TIME ZONE FOR ENTIRE COUNTRY WITH NO REGARD FOR NATURAL PHENOMENA LIKE SUNRISE AND SUNSET.

9. Time Zones.

Back in 1949, China’s Communist regime decided that, even though the country is huge, in order to assert more control it all needed to be under the same time zone, Beijing Standard Time. This has led to ridiculous sunrise times such as 10am in certain parts of the country.

TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. CHINA IS MASTER OF ECONOMIC ESPIONAGE AND PIRACY. RED CHINA HAS NO RESPECT FOR INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS.

10. Piracy.

78% of the software installed on computers in China in 2010 was pirated. That is a really high number no matter how you look at it. Globally, the average piracy rate is still quite high at 42%, but it is almost twice that in China.

TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. CHINA IS HIDING HER PROBLEM OF TOXIC POLLUTION CAUSED BY UNREGULATED INDUSTRY. BIRTH DEFECTS SOARING.

11. Birth Defects.

Birth defects are actually increasing in China by a rate of 40% since 2001. About 1.2 million babies are born in China every year with a birth defect, or about one every 30 seconds.

TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. RED CHINA DOES NOT ALLOW RELIGIOUS FREEDOM FOR TIBETANS. SANCTIONING SPREAD OF CHRISTIANITY USING A QUOTA SYSTEM FOR CONVERSIONS.

12. Christianity.

When you think of religion in China, probably the last thing that comes to mind is Christianity. But what is really surprising is that China has a booming Christian population of about 54 million people and growing. Soon they will have the largest Christian population in the world! They already have more Christians than Italy!

A note over here . Due to large masses of people turning to Christianity, the government is resorting to a specific quota of Christian conversions per month.

TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. USING DWARFS FOR AMUSEMENT AND ENTERTAINMENT.

13. Dwarf Theme Park.

There is a place called the Kingdom of the Little People in China where people with dwarfism put on comical shows for tourists. There are over 100 dwarfs employed by the park.

TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. CHINA’S GHOST TOWNS. CHINA NOT TELLING THE TRUTH.

14. Ghost Towns.

About 65 million homes sit vacant in China. This includes some entire towns that are completely devoid of people and they sit empty. These aren’t old houses and towns that died out. They are new cities and houses that were built in expectation of a population boom expanding into them that never happened.

TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. EVER INCREASING GOBI DESERT. CHINA IS HIDING TRUTH.

15. Gobi Desert.

China is home to the enormous Gobi desert which is already about 500,000 square miles or about the size of Peru and it’s only getting bigger. The Gobi is expanding at a rate of about 1,400 square miles a year due to over grazing, deforestation and water source depletion.

 

TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. RED CHINA’S GHOST CITIES.
TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. RED CHINA’S GHOST TOWNS. IMPENDING DEBT CRISIS.
TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. CHINA’S GHOST CITIES. SYMPTOM OF FINANCIAL CRISIS. ECONOMIC MELTDOWN.
TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. CHINA’S MANHATTAN. GHOST CITY. CHINA’S IMPENDING ECONOMIC MELTDOWN.
TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. CHINA’S GHOST TOWNS.
TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. RED CHINA’S ECONOMIC CONTRADICTIONS. INVESTMENT FAILURES NOT REPORTED. CHINESE ECONOMY READY FOR MELTDOWN.
TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. EMPTY SHOPPING MALLS IN SHANGHAI.
TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. MALL OF CHINA. WORLD’S LARGEST SHOPPING MALL.LONELY, AND EMPTY.
TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. CHINA’S COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT FAILURE. EMPTY SHOPPING MALLS. ECONOMIC BUBBLE WILL BURST SOON.
TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. NEW SOUTH CHINA MALL. SIGN OF ECONOMIC MELTDOWN.
TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. WORLD’S LARGEST SOUTH CHINA MALL IS EMPTY. ECONOMY BUSTED, WASTED, RUINED.
TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. LUXURY MALL HAS HIGH VACANCY RATES. CONSTRUCTION BOOM BUSTED.
TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. SOUTH CHINA MALL. WORLD’S LARGEST ABANDONED MALL.
TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. JOBS AND ECONOMY. EMPTY SHOPPING MALL IS EVIDENCE OF INVESTMENT FAILURE.
TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. CHINA’S ABANDONED FACTORY. PHOTO BY EDWARD BURTYNSKY. WORLD ARCHITECTURE NEWS.
TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. CHINA’S WASTEFUL SPENDING. ABANDONED FACTORY.
TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. A HORROR STORY. ABANDONED FACTORY OF CHINA.
TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. CHINA’S EMPTY FACTORIES.
TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. CHINA’S ECONOMIC MELTDOWN MAY HAPPEN SOONER THAN LATER.
TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. EMPTY SHOE FACTORY IN LONGGANG DISTRICT.
TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. CHINA’S ABANDONED COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE.
TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. ABANDONED FACTORY. RED CHINA ON A SLIPPERY SLOPE.
TIBET AWARENESS – RED CHINA – LIAR. ABANDONED FACTORY IN XIXIANG SHENZEN CHINA.

 

 

RED CHINA – RED ALERT – SIXTH PROTEST SELF-IMMOLATION OF 2015 – TIBET RESISTS OCCUPATION

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RED CHINA - RED ALERT - SIXTH PROTEST SELF-IMMOLATION OF 2015 - TIBETAN RESISTANCE TO MILITARY OCCUPATION.
RED CHINA – RED ALERT – SIXTH PROTEST SELF-IMMOLATION OF 2015 – TIBETAN RESISTANCE TO MILITARY OCCUPATION.

Tibetans continue to resist military occupation of Tibet. Self-Immolation is ultimate act of passive resistance in an attempt to convince an adversary to change his behavior. I am sharing the news about this Tibetan tragedy and offer my prayers for Peace, Harmony, and Tranquility in the Land of Tibet.

Rudranarasimham Rebbapragada
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RED CHINA - RED ALERT: SIXTH PROTEST SELF-IMMOLATION OF 2015 TO RESIST TIBET'S MILITARY OCCUPATION.
RED CHINA – RED ALERT: SIXTH PROTEST SELF-IMMOLATION OF 2015 TO RESIST TIBET’S MILITARY OCCUPATION.

 

July 10, 2015

Tibet: Sixth Protest Self-Immolation of This Year Takes Place in Kyegudo

An unidentified Tibetan monk set himself ablaze on Thursday [9 July 2015] in the central square of Kyegudo in the Yulshul Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, China’s Qinghai province, in a protest against Beijing’s rule in the Tibetan region. It constitutes the sixth self-immolation this year and brings the total number of self-immolations by Tibetans since the beginning of open protests in 2009 to 142. The monk was taken to a hospital for treatment, but his current condition or whereabouts remain unknown. It also remains unclear whether he was taken away by bystanders or by the police.

Below is an article published by RADIO FREE ASIA

A Tibetan monk set himself ablaze on Thursday in northwestern China’s Qinghai province in an apparent challenge to Beijing’s rule in Tibetan areas in the sixth such protest this year, according to sources in the region and in exile.

The burning in the central square of Kyegudo in the Yulshul (in Chinese, Yushu) Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture brings to 142 the total number of self-immolations by Tibetans since the wave of fiery protests began in 2009.

The still unidentified monk was taken to hospital for treatment of his burns, but no word has been received on his current condition or whereabouts, sources said.

“On July 9, sometime between 5:00 and 6:00 p.m. [local time] a monk self-immolated in Kyegudo’s Gesar Square,” a Tibetan living in exile told RFA’s Tibetan Service on Thursday, citing contacts in the town.

“We still don’t know what his name is or which monastery he came from,” he said, adding that though sources said the monk was transported to a local hospital for treatment, it is unclear if he was taken there by bystanders or the police.

Kyegudo, the site of Thursday’s protest and Yulshul prefecture’s main town, was hit by a devastating earthquake on April 14, 2010 that largely destroyed the town and killed almost 3,000 residents by official count.

Thursday’s burning is the sixth Tibetan self-immolation to take place since the beginning of the year.
It follows the May 27 protest of Sangye Tso, a Tibetan mother of two, who set herself ablaze and died outside Chinese police headquarters in Chone (Zhuoni) county in Gansu province’s Kanlho (Gannan) Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture.

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THE EVIL RED EMPIRE – RED CHINA – CYBERSPACE INVASION

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THE EVIL RED EMPIRE - RED CHINA - CYBERSPACE INVASION :The U.S. Office of Personnel Management building in Washington June 5, 2015. In the latest in a string of intrusions into U.S. agencies' high tech systems, the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) suffered what appeared to be one of the largest breaches of information ever on government workers. The office handles employee records and security clearances.  REUTERS/Gary Cameron
THE EVIL RED EMPIRE – RED CHINA – CYBERSPACE INVASION :The U.S. Office of Personnel Management building in Washington June 5, 2015. In the latest in a string of intrusions into U.S. agencies’ high tech systems, the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) suffered what appeared to be one of the largest breaches of information ever on government workers. The office handles employee records and security clearances. REUTERS/Gary Cameron

Red China has successfully launched a ‘Cyberspace Invasion’ and has stolen US assets without need for Land, Air, or Sea Invasion. Red China has to be recognized as “AGGRESSOR” and her aggressive actions and behavior demand a meaningful response and not diplomatic negotiations about cybersecurity. To describe ‘Cyberspace Invasion’ as “DATA BREACH” will compromise Homeland Security.

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U.S. EMPLOYEE DATA BREACH TIED TO CHINESE INTELLIGENCE
U.S. Employee Data Breach Tied To Chinese Intelligence

By Joseph Menn

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – The Chinese hacking group suspected of stealing sensitive information about millions of current and former U.S. government employees has a different mission and organizational structure than the military hackers who have been accused of other U.S. data breaches, according to people familiar with the matter.

While the Chinese People’s Liberation Army typically goes after defense and trade secrets, this hacking group has repeatedly accessed data that could be useful to Chinese counter-intelligence and internal stability, said two people close to the U.S. investigation.

Washington has not publicly accused Beijing of orchestrating the data breach at the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM), and China has dismissed as “irresponsible and unscientific” any suggestion that it was behind the attack.

Sources told Reuters that the hackers employed a rare tool to take remote control of computers, dubbed Sakula, that was also used in the data breach at U.S. health insurer Anthem Inc last year.

The Anthem attack, in turn, has been tied to a group that security researchers said is affiliated with China’s Ministry of State Security, which is focused on government stability, counter-intelligence and dissidents. The ministry could not immediately be reached for comment.

THE EVIL RED EMPIRE - RED CHINA - CYBERSPACE INVASION :Employees of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management return to their building during the lunch hour in Washington June 5, 2015. In the latest in a string of intrusions into U.S. agencies' high tech systems, the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) suffered what appeared to be one of the largest breaches of information ever on government workers. The office handles employee records and security clearances.   REUTERS/Gary Cameron
THE EVIL RED EMPIRE – RED CHINA – CYBERSPACE INVASION :Employees of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management return to their building during the lunch hour in Washington June 5, 2015. In the latest in a string of intrusions into U.S. agencies’ high tech systems, the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) suffered what appeared to be one of the largest breaches of information ever on government workers. The office handles employee records and security clearances. REUTERS/Gary Cameron

Employees of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management return to their building during the lunch hour …

In addition, U.S. investigators believe the hackers registered the deceptively named OPM-Learning.org website to try to capture employee names and passwords, in the same way that Anthem, formerly known as Wellpoint, was subverted with spurious websites such as We11point.com, which used the number “1” instead of the letter “l”.

Both the Anthem and OPM breaches used malicious software electronically signed as safe with a certificate stolen from DTOPTOOLZ Co, a Korean software company, the people close to the inquiry said. DTOPTOOLZ said it had no involvement in the data breaches.

The FBI did not respond to requests for comment. People familiar with its investigation said Sakula had only been seen in use by a small number of Chinese hacking teams.

“Chinese law prohibits hacking attacks and other such behaviors which damage Internet security,” China’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement. “The Chinese government takes resolute strong measures against any kind of hacking attack. We oppose baseless insinuations against China.”

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THE EVIL RED EMPIRE - RED CHINA - CYBERSPACE INVASION OF UNITED STATES OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT .
THE EVIL RED EMPIRE – RED CHINA – CYBERSPACE INVASION OF UNITED STATES OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT .


Most of the biggest U.S. cyber attacks blamed on China have been attributed, with varying degrees of certitude, to elements of the Chinese army. In the most dramatic case two years ago, the U.S. Justice Department indicted five PLA officers for alleged economic espionage.

Far less is known about the OPM hackers, and security researchers have differing views about the size of the group and what other attacks it is responsible for.

People close to the OPM investigation said the same group was behind Anthem and other insurance breaches. But they are not yet sure which part of the Chinese government is responsible.

“We are seeing a group that is only targeting personal information,” said Laura Gigante, manager of threat intelligence at FireEye Inc, which has worked on a number of the high-profile network intrusions.

CrowdStrike and other security companies, however, say the Anthem hackers also engaged in stealing defense and industry trade secrets. CrowdStrike calls the group “Deep Panda,” EMC Corp’s RSA security division dubs it “Shell Crew,” and other firms have picked different names.

THE EVIL RED EMPIRE - RED CHINA - CYBERSPACE INVASION :The Homeland Security Department headquarters in northwest Washington, Friday, June 5, 2015. China based hackers are suspected once again of breaking into U.S. government computer networks, and the entire federal workforce could be at risk this time. The Department of Homeland Security said in a statement that data from the Office of Personnel Management   the human resources department for the federal government   and the Interior Department had been compromised. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
THE EVIL RED EMPIRE – RED CHINA – CYBERSPACE INVASION :The Homeland Security Department headquarters in northwest Washington, Friday, June 5, 2015. China based hackers are suspected once again of breaking into U.S. government computer networks, and the entire federal workforce could be at risk this time. The Department of Homeland Security said in a statement that data from the Office of Personnel Management the human resources department for the federal government and the Interior Department had been compromised. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

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The OPM breach gave hackers access to U.S. government job applicants’ security clearance forms detailing past drug use, love affairs, and foreign contacts that officials fear could be used for blackmail or recruiting.

In contrast to hacking outfits associated with the Chinese army, “Deep Panda” appears to be affiliated with the Ministry of State Security, said CrowdStrike co-founder Dmitri Alperovitch.

Information about U.S. spies in China would logically be a top priority for the ministry, Alperovitch said, adding that “Deep Panda’s” tools and techniques have also been used to monitor democracy protesters in Hong Kong.

An executive at one of the first companies to connect the Anthem and OPM compromises, ThreatConnect, said the disagreements about the boundaries of “Deep Panda” could reflect a different structure than that in top-down military units.

“We think it’s likely a cohort of Chinese actors, a bunch of mini-groups that are handled by one main benefactor,” said Rich Barger, co-founder of ThreatConnect, adding that the group could get software tools and other resources from a common supplier.

“We think this series of activity over time is a little more distributed, and that is why there is not a broad consensus as to the beginning and end of this group.”

(The story corrects third paragraph to remove erroneous reference to Department of Homeland Security)

(Reporting by Joseph Menn in San Francisco; Additional reporting by Jeremy Wagstaff in Singapore, and Ben Blanchard and Paul Carsten in Beijing; Editing by Tiffany Wu)

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THE EVIL RED EMPIRE – RED CHINA – SOUTH CHINA SEA EXPANSIONISM

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United States shared its concern about Red China’s island building program in South China Sea as it would give her defacto control of maritime territory she claims as her own. Expansionism is the policy of expanding a nation’s territory or its sphere of influence at the expense of other nations. Tibet is first victim of Red China’s Policy of Expansionism. To resolve South China Sea disputes, Special Frontier Force recommends that the military occupier of Tibet must be evicted and erect roadblocks to arrest Red China’s ambitions to expand her territory.

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FILE - In this May 11, 2015, file photo, this aerial photo taken through a glass window of a military plane shows China's alleged on-going reclamation of Mischief Reef in the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea. China will complete land reclamation projects on its disputed South China Sea territorial claims as planned within "upcoming days," the Foreign Ministry said Tuesday, June 16, 2015. (Ritchie B. Tongo/Pool Photo via AP)

FILE – In this May 11, 2015, file photo, this aerial photo taken through a glass window of a military plane shows China’s alleged on-going reclamation of Mischief Reef in the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea. China will complete land reclamation projects on its disputed South China Sea territorial claims as planned within “upcoming days,” the Foreign Ministry said Tuesday, June 16, 2015. (Ritchie B. Tongo/Pool Photo via AP)

WASHINGTON (AP) — The United States is troubled by China’s plans to keep building on artificial islands in the South China Sea, the top U.S. diplomat for East Asia said Thursday.

Assistant Secretary of State Danny Russel told journalists that the prospect of China militarizing those maritime outposts runs counter to the goal of reducing regional tensions.

China has territorial disputes with several neighbors in the South China Sea. According to the U.S., China has reclaimed 2,000 acres (800 hectares) on reefs and atolls there since last year, a move that has sharpened its differences with the U.S., which says it has an interest in freedom of navigation there.

China’s Foreign Ministry announced Tuesday it will complete its land reclamation within days, in an apparent bid to reassure its neighbors and perhaps to tamp down tensions with the U.S. ahead of an annual strategic and economic dialogue in Washington next week.

But China also said also that it would follow-up by building infrastructure to support activities such as maritime search and rescue and scientific research. It said apart from satisfying defense goals, the main purpose of such projects was civilian in nature and not targeted at any third parties.

“Frankly, we are concerned, and others are concerned,” Russel responded. “The simple fact is that neither that statement nor that behavior contributes to reducing tensions, and reducing tensions is what we all should want.”

The disputed islands lie amid some of the world’s busiest shipping lanes and rich fishing grounds. China claims virtually the entire South China Sea, while Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunei, the Philippines and Taiwan also say they own parts or all of it.

A Washington-based think tank said Thursday that active land reclamation still appears to be taking place at two of the seven Chinese land reclamation projects in the Spratly island chain. Dozens of dredging vessels and support craft were visible in satellite imagery of Mischief Reef and Subi Reef this month, according to the Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative.

Russel said the South China Sea would be discussed next week. The strategic track in the talks that will be led by Secretary of State John Kerry and China’s State Councilor Yang Jiechi. The two sides will also grapple with thorny issues like cybersecurity and human rights in China, but seek to forge more cooperation on climate change.

“We don’t always see eye to eye, but the fact is global challenges require us to cooperate,” Russel said. “We work through our differences and seek to solve problems and manage the problems we can’t seem to solve.”
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A pro democracy protester holds an umbrella, symbol of the Occupy Central movement, during a march to demand lawmakers reject a Beijing vetted electoral reform package for the city's first direct chief executive election, under Chinese (L) and Hong Kong's flags outside Legislative Council in Hong Kong, China June 14, 2015. Talks between Chinese officials and Hong Kong democrats ended in stalemate on May 31, with democrats sticking by plans to veto a Beijing proposed election blueprint in a mid June vote that could become a flashpoint for pro democracy protests. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
A pro democracy protester holds an umbrella, symbol of the Occupy Central movement, during a march to demand lawmakers reject a Beijing vetted electoral reform package for the city’s first direct chief executive election, under Chinese (L) and Hong Kong’s flags outside Legislative Council in Hong Kong, China June 14, 2015. Talks between Chinese officials and Hong Kong democrats ended in stalemate on May 31, with democrats sticking by plans to veto a Beijing proposed election blueprint in a mid June vote that could become a flash point for pro democracy protests. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

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HONG KONG VETOES CHINA-BACKED ELECTORAL REFORM PACKAGE

Pro-democracy lawmakers chant slogans after voting at Legislative Council in Hong Kong, China June 18, 2015.   REUTERS/Bobby Yip
Pro-democracy lawmakers chant slogans after voting at Legislative Council in Hong Kong, China June 18, 2015. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

Pro-democracy lawmakers chant slogans after voting at Legislative Council in Hong Kong, China June 18, 2015.

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HONG KONG (Reuters) – Hong Kong’s legislature on Thursday vetoed a China-backed electoral reform package criticized by opposition pro-democracy lawmakers and activists as undemocratic, easing for now the prospect of fresh mass protests in the financial hub.

The rejection had been expected and will likely appease some activists who had demanded a veto of what they call a “fake” democratic model for how the Chinese-controlled territory chooses its next leader in 2017.

But it was a setback for Beijing’s Communist leaders, who said in response that they remained committed to universal suffrage for Hong Kong but signaled no further concessions to the pro-democracy opposition.

Beijing had pressured and cajoled the city’s pro-democracy lawmakers to back the blueprint that would have allowed a direct vote for the city’s chief executive, but with only pre-screened, pro-Beijing candidates on the ballot.

The vote came earlier than expected, with only 37 of the 70 members of the Legislative Council, known as “legco”, present. Of these, 28 legislators voted against the blueprint and eight voted in favor, while one did not cast a vote.

Pro-democracy lawmaker Claudia Mo carrying a yellow umbrella, a symbol of the Occupy Central movement, leaves after voting at the Legislative Council in Hong Kong, China June 18, 2015. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
Pro-democracy lawmaker Claudia Mo carrying a yellow umbrella, a symbol of the Occupy Central movement, leaves after voting at the Legislative Council in Hong Kong, China June 18, 2015. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

Pro-democracy lawmaker Claudia Mo carrying a yellow umbrella, a symbol of the Occupy Central movement.

“Today 28 legco members voted against the wishes of the majority of Hong Kong people, and denied them the democratic right to elect the chief executive in the next election,” said the city’s current pro-Beijing leader Leung Chun-ying.

“Universal suffrage for the chief executive election has now been blocked. Universal suffrage to elect all members of legco has also become uncertain. I, the government and millions of Hong Kong people are disappointed.”

A spokesman for China’s top legislative body, the National People’s Congress (NPC), said a few Hong Kong lawmakers remained “stubbornly opposed” to the central government.

“It fully exposes their selfish interests, hinders Hong Kong’s democratic development and damages the essence of Hong Kong’s prosperity and stability,” the spokesman said, in comments carried by state news agency Xinhua.

“VICTORY OF DEMOCRACY”

A panel showing the voting result, after many pro-China lawmakers left in between voting, is displayed at Legislative Council in Hong Kong, China June 18, 2015. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
A panel showing the voting result, after many pro-China lawmakers left in between voting, is displayed at Legislative Council in Hong Kong, China June 18, 2015. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

A panel showing the voting result, after many pro-China lawmakers left in between voting, is displayed at Legislative Council.

In an unexpected twist, moments before the ballot a large number of pro-establishment and pro-Beijing lawmakers suddenly walked out of the chamber. The votes of one-third of legco members are sufficient to push through a veto.

Democratic lawmakers, all 27 of whom voted against the plan, marched to the front of the chamber immediately after the veto and unfurled a sign calling for genuine universal suffrage and for Hong Kongers not to give up.

Some carried the yellow umbrellas that became a symbol of the mass protest movement that brought parts of the former British colony to a standstill last year.

“This veto has helped Hong Kong people send a clear message to Beijing … that we want a genuine choice, a real election,” said pan-democratic lawmaker Alan Leong.
“This is not the end of the democratic movement,” he said. “This is a new beginning.”

Pro-China lawmakers leave Legislative Council in between voting in Hong Kong, China June 18, 2015.  REUTERS/Bobby Yip
Pro-China lawmakers leave Legislative Council in between voting in Hong Kong, China June 18, 2015. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

Pro-China lawmakers leave Legislative Council in between voting in Hong Kong, China June 18, 2015.

Outside the legislature, pro-democracy protesters broke into cheers and clapped wildly after the result.
“It’s a victory of democracy and the people,” said a 75-year-old pro-democracy protester surnamed Wong, who fought back tears.

Meanwhile, around 500 pro-Beijing supporters outside the chamber staged a minute’s silence then began chanting: “Vote them down in 2016!” calling for democratic lawmakers to be kicked out of the legislature in a citywide election next year.

Hundreds of police were in and around government headquarters with thousands more on standby, but there were no reports of trouble.
Weeks of pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong late last year posed one of the biggest challenges in years for China’s ruling Communist Party. Then, more than 100,000 people took to the streets.

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ONLY OPTION

The reform proposal was laid out by the NPC Standing Committee in Beijing last August and supported by Hong Kong’s pro-Beijing leadership.
Opponents, however, want a genuine democratic election in line with Beijing’s promise of universal suffrage made when the territory returned to Chinese rule in 1997.

Rejection of the proposal now means going back to the old system where a 1,200-member committee stacked with pro-Beijing loyalists selects Hong Kong’s leader.
Democratic lawmakers want on Beijing to restart the democratic reform process and put forward an improved, truly democratic electoral package.

But the NPC spokesman indicated that would not happen, saying that Beijing’s proposal was a “constitutional, lawful, fair and reasonable” decision. “It is legally binding and unshakeable,” he said.

Hong Kong lawmaker Michael Tien said that meant the rejected blueprint remained the only option. “It’s very simple. They put forward a proposal. The legislature for this term vetoed it,” he said.

“Next year is legco elections. The power is now in the hands of the voters. If the voters really want the current package they would then have to choose candidates that will support this package in the next term.”

(Additional reporting by James Pomfret, Clare Baldwin, Twinnie Siu, Saikat Chatterjee, Farah Master, Venus Wu, Viola Zhou, Shan Kao and Michelle China in HONG KONG, David Brunnstrom in WASHINGTON and Ben Blanchard and Sui-Lee Wee in BEIJING; Writing by Anne Marie Roantree; Editing by Alex Richardson)
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A pro-democracy protester holds a umbrella, the symbol of the Occupy Central movement, during a march to demand lawmakers reject a Beijing-vetted electoral reform package for the city's first direct chief executive election, near a Hong Kong flag (top L) outside the Legislative Council building in Hong Kong, China June 14, 2015. Thousands of people took to the streets of Hong Kong on Sunday to protest against electoral reforms approved by Beijing to choose the city's next leader, the beginning of several days of demonstrations before the reforms go to a vote. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
A pro-democracy protester holds a umbrella, the symbol of the Occupy Central movement, during a march to demand lawmakers reject a Beijing-vetted electoral reform package for the city’s first direct chief executive election, near a Hong Kong flag (top L) outside the Legislative Council building in Hong Kong, China June 14, 2015. Thousands of people took to the streets of Hong Kong on Sunday to protest against electoral reforms approved by Beijing to choose the city’s next leader, the beginning of several days of demonstrations before the reforms go to a vote. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
Student leader Joshua Wong chants slogans during a march to demand lawmakers reject a Beijing-vetted electoral reform package for the city's first direct chief executive election in Hong Kong, China June 14, 2015. Thousands of people took to the streets of Hong Kong on Sunday to protest against electoral reforms approved by Beijing to choose the city's next leader, the beginning of several days of demonstrations before the reforms go to a vote. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
Student leader Joshua Wong chants slogans during a march to demand lawmakers reject a Beijing-vetted electoral reform package for the city’s first direct chief executive election in Hong Kong, China June 14, 2015. Thousands of people took to the streets of Hong Kong on Sunday to protest against electoral reforms approved by Beijing to choose the city’s next leader, the beginning of several days of demonstrations before the reforms go to a vote. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
A pro-democracy protester holds a yellow umbrella, the symbol of the Occupy Central movement, during a march to demand lawmakers reject a Beijing-vetted electoral reform package for the city's first direct chief executive election in Hong Kong, China June 14, 2015. Thousands of people took to the streets of Hong Kong on Sunday to protest against electoral reforms approved by Beijing to choose the city's next leader, the beginning of several days of demonstrations before the reforms go to a vote. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
A pro-democracy protester holds a yellow umbrella, the symbol of the Occupy Central movement, during a march to demand lawmakers reject a Beijing-vetted electoral reform package for the city’s first direct chief executive election in Hong Kong, China June 14, 2015. Thousands of people took to the streets of Hong Kong on Sunday to protest against electoral reforms approved by Beijing to choose the city’s next leader, the beginning of several days of demonstrations before the reforms go to a vote. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
A pro-democracy protester carrying a yellow umbrella, symbol of the Occupy Central movement, walks past placards which read "support electoral reform", belonging to pro-China supporters, outside Legislative Council in Hong Kong, China June 17, 2015. Hong Kong lawmakers began a debate on Wednesday on a Beijing-backed electoral reform proposal that will define the city's democratic future and could trigger fresh protests in the Chinese-controlled city.   REUTERS/Liau Chung-ren
A pro-democracy protester carrying a yellow umbrella, symbol of the Occupy Central movement, walks past placards which read “support electoral reform”, belonging to pro-China supporters, outside Legislative Council in Hong Kong, China June 17, 2015. Hong Kong lawmakers began a debate on Wednesday on a Beijing-backed electoral reform proposal that will define the city’s democratic future and could trigger fresh protests in the Chinese-controlled city. REUTERS/Liau Chung-ren
A panel showing the voting result, after many pro-China lawmakers left in between voting, is displayed at Legislative Council in Hong Kong, China June 18, 2015. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
A panel showing the voting result, after many pro-China lawmakers left in between voting, is displayed at Legislative Council in Hong Kong, China June 18, 2015. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
Pro-China lawmakers leave Legislative Council in between voting in Hong Kong, China June 18, 2015.  REUTERS/Bobby Yip
Pro-China lawmakers leave Legislative Council in between voting in Hong Kong, China June 18, 2015. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
Protesters carry a huge yellow banner reads " The citizens against pseudo-universal suffrage campaign " during a rally as people march in a downtown street to support for a veto of the government’s electoral reform package in Hong Kong, Sunday, June 14, 2015. The rally was held ahead of a crucial vote by lawmakers on Beijing-backed election reforms that sparked huge street protests last year.  (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
Protesters carry a huge yellow banner reads ” The citizens against pseudo-universal suffrage campaign ” during a rally as people march in a downtown street to support for a veto of the government’s electoral reform package in Hong Kong, Sunday, June 14, 2015. The rally was held ahead of a crucial vote by lawmakers on Beijing-backed election reforms that sparked huge street protests last year. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
A protester raises a placard as people march in a downtown street to support for a veto of the government’s electoral reform package in Hong Kong, Sunday, June 14, 2015. The rally was held ahead of a crucial vote by lawmakers on Beijing-backed election reforms that sparked huge street protests last year. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
A protester raises a placard as people march in a downtown street to support for a veto of the government’s electoral reform package in Hong Kong, Sunday, June 14, 2015. The rally was held ahead of a crucial vote by lawmakers on Beijing-backed election reforms that sparked huge street protests last year. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
People march in a downtown street to support for a veto of the government’s electoral reform package in Hong Kong, Sunday, June 14, 2015. The rally was held ahead of a crucial vote by lawmakers on Beijing-backed election reforms that sparked huge street protests last year. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
People march in a downtown street to support for a veto of the government’s electoral reform package in Hong Kong, Sunday, June 14, 2015. The rally was held ahead of a crucial vote by lawmakers on Beijing-backed election reforms that sparked huge street protests last year. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
Pro-democracy lawmakers chant slogans after voting at Legislative Council in Hong Kong, China June 18, 2015.   REUTERS/Bobby Yip
Pro-democracy lawmakers chant slogans after voting at Legislative Council in Hong Kong, China June 18, 2015. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
A pro-China supporter uses a placard which reads "support electoral reform" to cover himself from the sun during a demonstration outside Legislative Council in Hong Kong, China June 17, 2015. Hong Kong lawmakers began a debate on Wednesday on a Beijing-backed electoral reform proposal that will define the city's democratic future and could trigger fresh protests in the Chinese-controlled city.   REUTERS/Liau Chung-ren
A pro-China supporter uses a placard which reads “support electoral reform” to cover himself from the sun during a demonstration outside Legislative Council in Hong Kong, China June 17, 2015. Hong Kong lawmakers began a debate on Wednesday on a Beijing-backed electoral reform proposal that will define the city’s democratic future and could trigger fresh protests in the Chinese-controlled city. REUTERS/Liau Chung-ren
Pro-democracy protesters shout during a march to demand lawmakers reject a Beijing-vetted electoral reform package for the city's first direct chief executive election in Hong Kong, China June 14, 2015. Thousands of people took to the streets of Hong Kong on Sunday to protest against electoral reforms approved by Beijing to choose the city's next leader, the beginning of several days of demonstrations before the reforms go to a vote. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
Pro-democracy protesters shout during a march to demand lawmakers reject a Beijing-vetted electoral reform package for the city’s first direct chief executive election in Hong Kong, China June 14, 2015. Thousands of people took to the streets of Hong Kong on Sunday to protest against electoral reforms approved by Beijing to choose the city’s next leader, the beginning of several days of demonstrations before the reforms go to a vote. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
Pro-democracy lawmaker Claudia Mo carrying a yellow umbrella, a symbol of the Occupy Central movement, leaves after voting at the Legislative Council in Hong Kong, China June 18, 2015. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
Pro-democracy lawmaker Claudia Mo carrying a yellow umbrella, a symbol of the Occupy Central movement, leaves after voting at the Legislative Council in Hong Kong, China June 18, 2015. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
A protester holds a box of yellow ribbons for collect during a rally outside the government headquarters as people march in a downtown street to support for a veto of the government’s electoral reform package in Hong Kong, Sunday, June 14, 2015. The rally was held ahead of a crucial vote by lawmakers on Beijing-backed election reforms that sparked huge street protests last year.  (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
A protester holds a box of yellow ribbons for collect during a rally outside the government headquarters as people march in a downtown street to support for a veto of the government’s electoral reform package in Hong Kong, Sunday, June 14, 2015. The rally was held ahead of a crucial vote by lawmakers on Beijing-backed election reforms that sparked huge street protests last year. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)