China Picks ‘Wolf Warrior’ Diplomat to Oversee Hong Kong’s Foreign Affairs

Police officers perform a new goose-stepping march, the same style used by police and troops on the Chinese mainland, at the city's police college during an open day to mark the National Security Education Day in Hong Kong on April 15, 2021. (ANTHONY WALLACE/AFP via Getty Images)
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Former Chinese ambassador to Poland Liu Guangyuan was recently appointed by Beijing to be special commissioner in Hong Kong, replacing Xie Feng, who will be the new deputy foreign minister of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Chinese state media claimed that Liu in his new role will continue to “resist external pressure and sanctions” as a top CCP official in the Special Autonomic Region (SAR)—a former British colony beset with political turmoil du
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