President Xi Jinping (centre), outgoing Macau leader Fernando Chui (second left) and incoming chief Ho Iat-seng (second right) join performers onstage during a show in the city. Photo: Reuters President Xi Jinping (centre), outgoing Macau leader Fernando Chui (second left) and incoming chief Ho Iat-seng (second right) join performers onstage during a show in the city. Photo: Reuters
President Xi Jinping (centre), outgoing Macau leader Fernando Chui (second left) and incoming chief Ho Iat-seng (second right) join performers onstage during a show in the city. Photo: Reuters

Xi Jinping seen as indirectly lecturing Hong Kong as he tells Macau residents to make ‘positive voices’ heard and resolve problems with rationality

  • Xi praises the city’s residents for putting their love of the country and Macau before the core values of democracy, rule of law, human rights and freedom
  • Although he makes no mention of Hong Kong, his remarks are again seen as rebuke of the former British colony, rocked by protests since June

Topic |   Macau
President Xi Jinping (centre), outgoing Macau leader Fernando Chui (second left) and incoming chief Ho Iat-seng (second right) join performers onstage during a show in the city. Photo: Reuters President Xi Jinping (centre), outgoing Macau leader Fernando Chui (second left) and incoming chief Ho Iat-seng (second right) join performers onstage during a show in the city. Photo: Reuters
President Xi Jinping (centre), outgoing Macau leader Fernando Chui (second left) and incoming chief Ho Iat-seng (second right) join performers onstage during a show in the city. Photo: Reuters
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