Take a look at some of the latest developments below. Did you know the government of China have passed a controversial new law? Read about it here.
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All stories are taken from BBC News.
Hong Kong residents respond to new security law
Hong Kong residents have shared their feelings about a new national law, passed by China's ruling Communist Party. The law bans attempts to undermine the authority of China in Hong Kong - read more about the law here.
Hong Kong's chief executive Carrie Lam has said there is nothing for Hong Kong residents to worry about, but why do you think people are still concerned?
UK makes citizenship offer to residents
Up to three million Hong Kong residents are to be offered the chance to settle in the UK and ultimately apply for citizenship, Boris Johnson has said.
Read more here. Do you think this is a good move?
"We need to fight for democracy in Hong Kong and China"
Former employee of the UK’s Hong Kong consulate, Simon Cheng, has said people need to fight for democracy not only in Hong Kong, but also in China.
People living in Hong Kong do not have any power, adding that street protests were their only option.
Mr Cheng, a Hong Kong citizen, was detained for 15 days while on a trip to mainland China in August 2019.
Chris Patten: UK should tell China this is outrageous
Chris Patten, Hong Kong's final British governor before the 1997 handover, says the UK should tell China its proposal for a Hong Kong national security law is "outrageous".
Lord Patten said China was using the preoccupation with the coronavirus pandemic to "bully and harass in other areas". Do you think the UK government should take Lord Patten's advice?