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Hong Kong / The Future #328102

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jul 22, 1989
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Stmt. from China that residents of Hong Kong must not support pro-demo. movement noted. Report introduced.

(DC: Linda Taira) Congress reported considering raising immigration quotas for Hong Kong Chinese; details given of proposed bills. [Representative John PORTER - comments.] [Federal of Overseas Hong Kong Chinese spokesperson Ruby NG - responds.] Reluctance of British government to allow immigration noted. [Chinese embassy's CHEN Mingming - talks about Hong Kong's future.] [NG - envisions Chinese-controlled Hong Kong as a ghost town.] [Heritage Fndn. Roger BROOKS - explains message United States is sending to China.]

Schieffer, Bob;
Taira, Linda

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