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[1] http://afe.easia.columbia.edu/ps/china/nanjing.pdf

[2] http://www.cicred.org/Eng/Publications/pdf/c-c21.pdf

[3] http://www.archive.org/stream/cu31924023464278/cu31924023464278_djvu.txt

[4] http://ebook.lib.hku.hk/HKG/B36227845.pdf

[5] https://books.google.com/books?id=iWxKQejMtlMC&pg=PA370&lpg=PA370&dq=%22as+good+as+forever%22+hong+kong&source=bl&ots=0TUbzwRPhd&sig=ACfU3U1aeXWL0zzvVfDOreLMzzMBbj9Zdg&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjKhIX1xKrgAhWRnOAKHRP6AKAQ6AEwCHoECAEQAQ#v=onepage&q=%22as%20good%20as%20forever%22%20hong%20kong&f=false

[6] https://www.atkearney.com/documents/20152/1136372/2018+Global+Cities+Report.pdf/21839da3-223b-8cec-a8d2-408285d4bb7c

[7] https://eh.net/encyclopedia/economic-history-of-hong-kong/

[8] https://fee.org/articles/lessons-in-liberty-hong-kong-crown-jewel-of-capitalism/

[9] https://www.nytimes.com/1982/09/23/world/mrs-thatcher-meets-zhao-in-peking.html

[10] https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=F8W7BwAAQBAJ&pg=PT63&lpg=PT63&dq=kowloon+lease+perpetuity&source=bl&ots=HERDHZh37B&sig=ACfU3U0IjK46auwGxNOEHtB-CB5alo1P9Q&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwii-5ST98fgAhVuRRUIHVBnBuMQ6AEwEHoECAsQAQ#v=onepage&q=kowloon%20lease%20perpetuity&f=false

[11] https://scholarship.law.berkeley.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1073&context=bjil

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[14] http://ezproxy.library.usyd.edu.au/login?url=https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy1.library.usyd.edu.au/docview/1540883841?accountid=14757

[15] https://www.timeout.com/hong-kong/blog/emigration-generation-will-hong-kong-experience-another-a-brain-drain-110816

[16] https://www.hongkongfp.com/2017/06/24/hk20-looking-back-hongkongers-emigrated-handover/

[17] https://www.nytimes.com/1997/02/14/world/for-many-from-hong-kong-vancouver-is-a-way-station.html

[18] https://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/politics/article/2157756/what-british-national-overseas-passport-and-what-holder

[19] https://publications.parliament.uk/pa/ld200607/ldhansrd/text/70322w0001.htm#07032278000003

[20] https://www.gov.uk/types-of-british-nationality/british-national-overseas

[21] https://web.archive.org/web/20071107174623/http://www.asiaweek.com/asiaweek/97/0620/hkorganizers.html

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[23] https://www.scmp.com/lifestyle/article/1866866/what-colonial-symbols-might-they-target-after-hong-kongs-royal-postboxes

[24] https://www.hongkongfp.com/2015/10/05/hongkong-post-to-cover-royal-cyphers-on-59-historic-post-boxes/

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Fuck the CCP is all I have to say when I think about Hong Kong these days.


That's China's own business.
You want to interfere, unless you have the strength to defeat China.
Hong Kong will continue to follow the path of capitalism until 2047.
China will always follow the path of socialism.


Youtube video: Has Taiwan, Hong Kong, china in the title
Commies: *Free social credits time*


If my teacher sees this go fuck your self

Domanick Naumann

Has it been 50 years yet?

I didn't think so...

c0570 cm

It’s racism that makes Britain end up losing Hong Kong, had they really treat Hong Kong people as equals, they would give them British citizenship right after the opium war, and Hong Kong would be fully integrated into the UK long before any handover ever become possible. Instead, they hypothetically give Hong Kong people some “special overseas passport” in 1985 shortly before ceding back the territory. Waited for some 140 years and still don’t intend to treat the Hong Kong people as equal human being. It’s so comforting to watch the handover, watch those colonial racists running home with tails between their legs.

prasad Kadu

Nothing would have happened in the first place if British had not invaded native ... in there never ending lust for more colonies..

Pan Torcha

i am from hong kong

Pan Torcha

this is a very good video i am from hong kong and i didn't know this. This is so useful thank you very much wendover productions
This deservers a sub


Anddd they're taking the rest of their civil liberties

Thu Tran

This is really amazing video WP

Ka Hui TSE

'Democratic government'


jie yu

There are serious errors in the video. Hong Kong had no democracy and electoral system before returning to China. From judges to governors in Hong Kong, they are appointed by the British government, not elected by Hong Kong people.


I am pro capitalist, but seeing the Brit flag goes down its so great. Bye Sailors.


We should have kept Hong Kong.

Mr. Main Influencer

So the Brits were on drugs invading China


超勁! 神


Those 35% who were uncertain about Hong Kong's future were right


so britians made hong kong big gave them technologie for nothing ? less then nothing the chinese made the same technologie for less money


the former hongkongers were slaves.Upon the hongkong people are masters.

Ken Cheung

“Hong Kong way of life and democratic government will continue”. Please cut the rubbish. HK was never democratic and we never had democracy so pls stop spreading a twisted western narrative.


In 1840, the defeated treaty of a small island was perpetually owned by Britain.
Then there was another war, which caused Britain at its peak before World War I to own some other large islands of an empire 8,000 kilometers away. It was leased for 99 years.

Then in 1984, China and Britain reached a consensus under the changing conditions of the international situation and their own strength, and China obtained all sovereignty of Hong Kong. Governance power belongs to the Hong Kong government, and two systems in one country finally take shape.
Of course, the consequence is that the United Kingdom has long passed laws, education, finance, ideology, and media to control Hong Kong by cutting off military control. The Hong Kong issue eventually broke out in 2019. (Sino-American War)
China finally began to abandon Hong Kong's own financial and ideological education system, and began to believe that sovereignty was not enough, and that all governance powers could not be delegated to a border territory that was deeply affected by colonialism.
There are too many loopholes here, which will give any adversary who wants to divide the territory a chance to snoop.

The Hong Kong issue is a war of division in the context of the new Sino-US Cold War. Part of it comes from the long-term separatist education influence of the former colonial sovereign state (UK), which has spread to the hearts of Hong Kong people in the 21st century. Until this idea was once again used by the new colonialist and imperialist America.
It’s just that this time it’s not British warships and artillery, it’s not invading China’s Yangtze River, it’s not bombarding Chinese civilian residences, intercepting China’s canal passages, and preventing the Chinese government’s extremely difficult economic situation. It requires a lot of taxation, forcing China to surrender, and signing land cede treaty.
Instead, using the peaceful evolution methods familiar to the United States, the large-scale radio stations set up by the United States in Western Europe-"Radio Free Europe" and "Radio Freedom", through the influence of the Soviet Union, Poland and other Eastern European countries, especially the youth of the world, the Soviet Union, Eastern Europe The important information that occurred in the country introduced the achievements, life and values ​​of Western society, and the methods that led to the collapse of the Soviet Union.
In the 21st century, through the new era of Facebook, Twitter, and other new Internet technologies, the delivery and transmission of information will eventually set off large-scale riots and demonstrations. China has to go back and study the separatism and separatism that has always existed in Hong Kong. It cannot continue to ignore it and allow their thinking to continue to be controlled by the West.
On May 20, 2020, the US government submitted a phased work report entitled "The United States of America's Strategic Path to the People's Republic of China". This report can be regarded as a temporary summary of the Trump administration's China strategy since taking office.
"Since the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and the United States in 1979, the U.S. policy toward China is largely based on the hope that deepening contacts will promote China's comprehensive economic and political opening up and promote China to become a constructive and responsible Global stakeholders, and build a more open society."
 This is tantamount to saying that the development of U.S.-China relations, in the opinion of the author of this report, is to promote peaceful evolution in China and promote China's dramatic changes like the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, as well as the evaluation criteria. And when China apparently rejected this outcome, which was tantamount to substantive suicide, the United States actually said that "this harmed the vital interests of the United States, and also harmed the sovereignty and personal dignity of all countries in the world." From these words, there is no ideological prejudice and no normal people suffering from Stockholm syndrome and other mental illnesses. You can feel that the "giant baby" mentality of the core decision makers of the US government has reached a certain distortion and abnormality. Point.
But there is one point. In this report, the United States officially recognized the failure of the peaceful evolution of China in 40 years. This is the only information that can be valued.

Back in Hong Kong, in the new Sino-US Cold War, it was only a partial conflict. But the consequences are far-reaching. In mainland China, a large Asian country with a land area of ​​9.6 million square kilometers, among the 1.4 billion Chinese people, most of the trust in the United States has disappeared. The US government has never forgotten to intervene in China's sovereignty, and its attempts to split China have never stopped seeing real images, which has given the Chinese people a very big impact. The Communist Party of China has always been sober since 1935, facing the Kuomintang, the Japanese government, the Soviet government, and the U.S. government. The attitude and approach to the international situation is consistent, that is, national interests are above all else.
Hong Kong has an area of ​​1,106 square kilometers, standing between China’s 9.6 million square kilometers and the United States’ 9.83 million square kilometers. Its role has caused the biggest failure of Sino-US strategic mutual trust since 1971.

liew william

Hong Kong is China. What makes HK a vibrant and business hub are the people during the 150 years British rule. HK is definitely be more vibrant and efficient under it's own government and China.

kiki lu

i finally know why my family has decided to move to nz now. history is amazing!

John C

Such mass migrations of people out of Hong Kong definitely reveal a lot about how China treats its own people. While being increasingly capitalistic, China is still under a communist regime.
To me, as an American, this is a sort of relic of the Cold War. Most communist regimes have already collapsed and the nations have embraced more democratic and capitalist ideals. Yet, China is still clinging onto an old, failed ideology.
Regardless, younger generations are waking up and desiring the same freedom and prosperity Americans enjoy.

Ying Zh

It was happened when I was 7 years old, the jourlism so exciting to report that event in Chinese TV channel, everyone is exciting and think it so cool, but today when I looking back, it's so sad, I am so sorry this beautiful and freedom city lose it color.

Jordan LaQuey

"democratic government"

Great Value Bleach

CCP: Milky Way was a part of Chinese territory since ancient times

george singh

i had tears


And now Hong Kong is oppressed..damn brits


If someone was born at exactly midnight that day, would they be British or Chinese?

Kenna Rajora

Boycott YouTube until they reduce the number of ads.


10:24 Her look says it all

Adrian Victoriano

Imagine if it's "999 years" and not "99 years." Hong Kong would still be with the Queen.


3:48 The handover is proved to be bad after 23years


It’s better to return. The life is better.


Britain: ? I used to rule the world, but that was when I ruled the world... ?

Also, 光復香港,時代革命

Ben 8282

You state that the British Hong Kong passport was introduced in 1985. So what type of passport do you imagine the citizens of Hong Kong travelled on prior to that? There may have been a cosmetic change in the actual wording of the Nationality in 1985, from British Dependent Territories Citizen to British National (Overseas), but while Hong Kong was British, citizens of Hing Kong have always travelled on British passports like the one pictured which did not give them the right to live or work in the UK.

William Mulligan

is it bad i genuinely cried such a terrible day for hong kongers and democracy



liew william

Commentators, come on. Don't argue and quarrel. Just accept the fact that HK is China. And that the British is no more an empire. They are no match in economy and military with great China. There should be no more white supremacy anymore. THE Asians are catching up. Many whites are finding jobs in Asia. Period.

Great Value Bleach

Wendover: britain is gone for good
Hong Kong: >protests even harder

Sina Pi

this video has hurt the feeling of china

An Spailpín Fánach

'The Hong Kong Handover' why does that sound like it should be the name of a gta mission


‘At 7:11, the sunset for the last time in British Hong Kong’
Saddest Phrase Ever

Sad Vibes

Love to hong kong from ?? , we wish we didn’t have to hand you over to chinas oppressive government

Matthew Ng

As someone from Hong Kong, GET THIS STRAIGHT PEOPLE!!
Hong Kong under China has enjoyed more democracy then it ever has. There was NO democracy under the Brits for people of Hong Kong

Andreas Hansen

The Death of a free City

Eiichiro Oda

the 50 years rule went out of the window last year

Nicholas Eden

So, the UK used to be able to plan major transitions? Fascinating.

jarrod yuki

well long live the ccp.

Y Qisq

Yeah I agree there should be more debate about Taiwan's status. However I don't think PRC is to blame for the lack of it because it is decades of Western MSM's brainwashing that have made average Westerners automatically assuming Taiwan is a country. It's a shame that governments of Western nations pretend to agree with One China because they want to do business while at the same time secretly advocate otherwise.


As someone who lives in the Metro Vancouver area, most of the signs in Vancouver proper are in English and Mandarin, unless it's in the YVR Airport, which has English, French, and Mandarin.

Zhun Wallace Cantonia



Hong Kong American here who spent 9 years in Hong Kong. Top notch content and the information is very accurate. Alot of American friends thought i came from some shithole places.....little do they know..

hans Smith


Nicholas Mine

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50Year not touch... As a Real Hong Kong people just feel like a joke.
Make it. A century.
Destroy it. 10Year.
Don't trust the Chinese Communist guaranty.

carl gangl

You can keep your freedom Another CCP lie. The 50 years of freedom did not last 20 years.

Jiaju Chen

Nice, objective Video. Well done!

Benjamin Xie

Hong Kong was ceded by the Qing government to Britain. That was fully replaced by the Republic of China, but the People's Republic of China have yet to full replace ROC. Wouldn't Britain have thought it'd had been more appropriate to hold the discussions with them instead, considering they still exist?

sapphire paru

I'm a hong konger and I approve of this video! It's very detailed, I never knew so much info!

Jesus Christ

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Oasis4life 01

Now it’s a communist country with no human rights!!!!!

British empire looked after hing Kong a hell of a lot more!!!!



Ralph S. Luke

The visual change actually somehow resembled those of the U.S. at its independence from U.K. Even the term "Anglican Church" was considered "too British" and has to be changed to "Episcopal Church"


impressive how smoothly it happened. Shame people still have to wait 30 years until some real reform can be done but at least by then china will be a strong, almost developed economy that can make some magic happen very quickly.

Yeeto Burrito

It's interesting to think about what would have happened if the ROC (Taiwan) focused on keeping the PRC out of the UN, or just maintaining British/Portugese recognition until the deadline. Imagine if Hong Kong and Macau were handed over to the ROC instead.


such a sad event hong kong is british not chinese


Already PK?

Roman Soiko

Salaam taiping peacevpaixмирpaz

Andrew Kwok


j c

change of HK authority from UK to China: cocktail parties and fireworks

while the majority change of authorities in mankind history involved with "bang bang bang...."

what more to expect? this is the textbook example of peaceful transition


Hindsight the turnover was bad for the people

Między Morze

There wasnt a PRC in 1898, so it should go to country it was (Qing probably)

Alabama Coastie

The crying girl at 10:23 didn't seem to be overjoyed about the Chinese Communist takeover, huh?


China did not have a democratic system under the British , thats really dangerous propaganda. Spolied little brats - China needs to stamp out the trash


fuck china

Satsang Patel

My favorite empire came to a close officiously

jung lee

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Wendover Productions

Hey all, in case you don't know already, the numbers in the bottom, left corner of the video correspond to the sources of information at the bottom of the description. Many of those are good further reading on the topic.

Also, I just want to acknowledge one small narration slip-up. At 7:14 I say, "What was known was that the event would be centered around midnight on the night of July 30th, 1997." That should be June 30th, 1997.

Mickey 123

Why the British feel bad to return something is not yours?? Besides the British forced the Chinese to sign an unfair treaty for selling opium in China in the first place. Don't mistake the roles of victims and suspects. Karma is a bitch.. look at Britain right now.

Viktor Smirnov

mistake of a lifetime


Watching this in 2021 with tearful eyes.. CCP is hellbent on destroying Hong Kong and it's a very sad sight to behold.

Luïs Cook

What a mistake, there should’ve been a referendum for the Hong Kong people. China can’t be trusted

Yoel Togar mikael

I almost cry this is so sad :'(


I mean Hong Kong will eventually become fully apart of china, maybe it wouldn't be such a bad thing to start getting used to China's style of governing sooner rather than later.

Relax Alex 04



Very well produced

Lam Y

So beautiful


I'm from Hong Kong and even though this place is getting more and more messed up I'm still super excited to see a video with so much views about us A

fan baozi

Now BNP is not going to be recognised by China

Zuhayr productions Network

Hong Kong ?? has a very advanced and balanced economy


11:28 what an idiot he showed us his email...oh


This is pretty sad

Scott Nope

Opium war surrender, treaty is there a difference?

Jojo Smith

There is a video that is called handover of Hongkong 1997 and shows British soldiers leaving Hongkong with auld lang syne playing it good too.

Daniel Shaver

This was really sad to watch in 2021 after seeing how effectively China has quashed the notion of semi-autonomy, and how much it's hurting the people in Hong Kong. It would be great if you could make an updated video describing some of the nuances and implications of the current political situation in Hong Kong.


The reason for the return of Hong Kong was that Britain could not afford to continue to colonize Hong Kong, and if China ended British rule violently then all that Britain had in Hong Kong would be lost. Margaret Thatcher won twelve years for the British

Alabama Coastie

The bottom line is: Communism Sucks!

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BOOK REVIEW | Crown of Midnight by Sarah J. Maas

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In which I continue to

In which I continue to share my thoughts on the Throne of Glass series by discussing the second installment, Crown of Midnight.

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I'm so happy that you continued with the series! I totally agree that Throne of Glass was a little hard to get into, but the plot of Crown of Midnight is SO much better! And, honestly the series really gets so so much better with every single book!! Awesome review! :)


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I genuinely and consistently like the advice you folks have to offer on your channel, but this game-show-style presentation in Free For All feels pretty unnecessarily tacky.  You could get this information across in half as much time as you used in this video.


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49:48 chapter 5

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If you guys want the rest, download the Overdrive app on your device, input your library card, then get the book for free.

Nikola Uzunoski

Chapter 8 - 2:00:06


When can we have part 2???

Jannat khan

Someone plz upload kingdom of Ash

Emily Blaikie


Simona Rybarikova


P. Weber

1:51:40 personal bookmark

Leah Madison


Melina Ringas

Part 2?!?

Leah Madison


Sara Borges




Runtiah Victor



Thank you for uploading this. I LOVE this series. Will you be uploading the rest?


3:04:38 bookmark.

Nikola Uzunoski

Chapter 18 - 4:42:04


2:00:10 chapter eight
2:20:45 chapter nine
2:47:31 chapter ten
2:55:25 chapter eleven
3:11:34 chapter twelve
3:35:04 chapter thirteen
3:57:31 chapter fourteen
4:15:12 chapter fifteen
4:17:30 chapter sixteen
4:31:01 chapter seventeen
4:42:03 chapter eighteen
4:50:35 chapter nineteen
5:13:57 chapter twenty


Magda Metcalfe

Upload the rest please

Mide Esuruoso


Ani R


Andie Marshall

45:14 - Bookmark. Thanks for uploading! Making my work day awesome when I can't actually read!

Cenzo Dis


Brie Goodspeed

Honestly surprised this is still here lol

Julianna LeRoux



46:47 chapter 4 ( read along )

Noor haq

Where can I hear the second part

Calia Hare

Where is chapter 25?

Ash Lee


Tori Nicole

3:35:08 chapter 13



Virginia McHugh

Bookmark 1:21:17

Claire Button

2:43:21 bookmark

Nikola Uzunoski

Chapter 15 - 4:15:10

Emilly Andrade

chapter 23 5:56:15

Magda Metcalfe

3:33:29 bookmark



Diana Popa

What chapter is aelin and rowan reunion?

Autumn Qiu


Nessa Murray

36:08 42:33


Can you please upload the rest? I need to know what happens ?

Susie Blanco

Youtube has taken mostly all of the series off of this site. Can you please upload this series again.tx

Allison Gorman

2:46:27 bookmark


Chapter 01 00:00:13
Chapter 02 00:03:25
Chapter 03 00:17:51
Chapter 04 00:46:48
Chapter 05 00:49:44
Chapter 06 01:03:57
Chapter 07 01:08:53
Chapter 08 02:00:06
Chapter 09 02:20:43
Chapter 10 02:47:30
Chapter 11 02:55:24
Chapter 12 03:11:35
Chapter 13 03:35:03
Chapter 14 03:57:29
Chapter 15 04:15:09
Chapter 16 04:17:33
Chapter 17 04:31:00
Chapter 18 04:42:03
Chapter 19 04:50:34
Chapter 20 05:13:56
Chapter 21 05:43:52
Chapter 22 05:44:59
Chapter 23 05:56:10

Lizzie Rowland

2:00:12 xx

Tori Nicole

17:54 chapter 3

Shaili Gawde

??? please upload 2 and 3 part

Guinea_pig _Lover22!




Electric Kiss


Michelle olivera

Can you upload part 2-3 ? ❤️??

Bianca Abaza


Amalia Nicole

5:14:00-chapter 20//bookmark