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Demonstrators march during a protest against a proposed extradition law in Hong Kong on June 9. Credit: Paul Yeung/Bloomberg

A political crisis that shook Hong Kong to its core has tested the city’s valued reputation as Asia’s financial hub. For several weeks now, residents have organized regular protests demanding the resignation of the city’s leader, and on July 1 a small group of protesters broke into the Legislative Council building by force and occupied the Legislature’s main chamber for several hours.

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Anna Zhang, The Asian Lawyer

Email: azhang@alm.com

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