Coverage of the Scottish independence referendum in the Chinese media has been factual, rather than opinionated. Photo: Simon SongCoverage of the Scottish independence referendum in the Chinese media has been factual, rather than opinionated. Photo: Simon Song
Coverage of the Scottish independence referendum in the Chinese media has been factual, rather than opinionated. Photo: Simon Song

Beijing wary of Scottish vote's impact on Taiwan, Tibet, even Hong Kong

There has been no official comment, but experts say the issue of self-determination is a tricky one

Coverage of the Scottish independence referendum in the Chinese media has been factual, rather than opinionated. Photo: Simon SongCoverage of the Scottish independence referendum in the Chinese media has been factual, rather than opinionated. Photo: Simon Song
Coverage of the Scottish independence referendum in the Chinese media has been factual, rather than opinionated. Photo: Simon Song
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