China has a telling attitude. It believes it can dictate national policy in other countries. A recent example is China blasting the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UK) of granting asylum to a Hong Kong democracy activist. Helen Davidson had this information in The Guardian:
Chinese authorities have accused the UK of sheltering a “criminal suspect” after it granted asylum to Hong Kong activist and former politician Nathan Law.
Law, who fled Hong Kong in 2020, said on Wednesday he had been granted political asylum by the Home Office and the warrant for his arrest under the Beijing-imposed national security law showed he was “exposed to severe political persecution”. At least 100 pro-democracy figures have been arrested under the law.
Figures released on Friday show more than 10,200 people have been arrested over the mass protests that swept Hong Kong in 2019.
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