|Feng Wei takes a pragmatic approach to Hong Kong and its challenges|
|The central government is studying the rise of localism|
He added the central government was "very concerned" about the rise of radicalism and was analyzing the reasons behind the phenomenon.
Hmmmm interesting. Surely that shouldn't be too difficult to figure out?
Perhaps it may have something to do with the white paper issued in June 2014 that said the central government had "comprehensive jurisdiction" over Hong Kong with regards to electoral reform.
Interestingly Feng seems to believe -- or wants people to believe -- that there are only a very small number of radicals who are calling for separatism. He acknowledged that Hong Kong's economy had sluggish growth, noting that people's median income had barely increased in the past two decades, while property prices had surged.
|Zhang Dejiang says "one country, two systems" unchanged|