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China's Hong Kong Economic Integration Policy

  • The Journal of Northeast Asia Research
  • Abbr : NEA
  • 2018, 33(1), pp.63-90
  • DOI : 10.18013/jnar.2018.33.1.003
  • Publisher : The Institute for Northeast Asia Research
  • Research Area : Social Science > Political Science > International Politics > International Relations / Cooperation
  • Received : June 30, 2018
  • Accepted : August 20, 2018
  • Published : August 31, 2018

Yongmin Kim 1 Kim, Joon-ho 2

1㈜탐라커피 상무이사
2제주한라대학교

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ABSTRACT

Thirty years have passed since Hong Kong returned to China. Hong Kong is economically very tightly integrated with China, but Hong Kong and China, especially Hong Kong and China, are not chemically combined. However, the proportion of Hong Kong residents who regard their identity as "Chinese" has continued to decline since 2008. At present, economic cooperation between Hong Kong and China is taking place in many areas. However, 30 years after Hong Kong returned to mainland China, anti-Chineseization phenomenon like "umbrella revolution" has happened. It can not be said that this revolution is not only a demand for democratization, but also the inequality of economic growth and the thirst for employment that young people are experiencing so far. According to the logic of capital, it is a matter of course, and the Chinese and Chinese capital will be the same. This, of course, would have implications for Hong Kong citizens about the continent they feel about China and their belief in democracy. Also, the complaints about China, which many Hong Kongers now feel, will not be limited to the inequality of economic growth. It is time for Hong Kong to achieve development and growth through any combination with China. The political offensive in the Chinese continent is expected to become stronger in the future for the Chinese government, and a sharp confrontation with the identity problem of Hong Kong indigenous forces will occur. It is time for a new Hong Kong philosophical review to meet the new trend of Hong Kong which is bound to be dulled by the unity of this external force and it is a time to seek change of identity beyond the indigenous way of thinking.

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