Hong Kong Protesters Tell Xi They Don't Want a Revolution

Hong Kong’s student protesters told Chinese President Xi Jinping that they don’t want a revolution and their civil disobedience was triggered by the city’s government misrepresenting local views on electoral reform.

Hong Kong’s government “should be held responsible,” the Hong Kong Federation of Students and activist group Scholarism said late yesterday in an open letter on the federation’s Facebook page. The students said they don’t want a “color revolution,” a term Chinese state media use for uprisings such as the so-called Arab Spring.

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