My name is memorable_orchard. I would like to raise the topic of whether to intervene or not. Personally, I think that- well, I'm not sure. In Hong Kong, they are having a fight with China whether if the new law is breaking their promise called the "One Country Two Systems". Hong Kong is on their knees, begging us to come and campaign with them. Yes, they need our help, but could it affect us also?
In my opinion, we did earn Hong Kong as China lost a series of wars to us. 100 years later, we then handed the country back to China. I understand that we had to hand it back sooner or later, but why China. This is quite a serious problem for us and China. Because nobody can know; nobody will know what will happen in the future. So I recommend that we should be careful about deciding because it might lead us into hot water.
I stand my ground to say it might be risky to intervene. Most people hate the way Chian acts. But, hate is all we can do. If we try and fight we'd be outnumbered by about 1.4 billion people. Our relationship may alter if we don't play our cards right. I mean this as we and China are strong business partners. However, democracy is most likely to be used; it is a fair way to determine decisions. Hong Kong may be in crisis, but will we have to be the one who makes the sacrifices?