Opposition lawmakers, local media outlets and Hong Kong teachers are among those accused of teaming to stoke the flames of protest in Hong Kong in a new documentary that aired on China’s CCTV. Photo: Sam Tsang Opposition lawmakers, local media outlets and Hong Kong teachers are among those accused of teaming to stoke the flames of protest in Hong Kong in a new documentary that aired on China’s CCTV. Photo: Sam Tsang
Opposition lawmakers, local media outlets and Hong Kong teachers are among those accused of teaming to stoke the flames of protest in Hong Kong in a new documentary that aired on China’s CCTV. Photo: Sam Tsang

CCTV documentary accuses Hong Kong opposition of colluding with ‘anti-China forces’ to foment citywide protests

  • Local teachers and ‘biased’ media reports also highlighted in video analyst says intended to prepare mainland viewers for tougher stance on city
  • The programme aired just five days ahead of coronavirus-delayed National People’s Congress

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Opposition lawmakers, local media outlets and Hong Kong teachers are among those accused of teaming to stoke the flames of protest in Hong Kong in a new documentary that aired on China’s CCTV. Photo: Sam Tsang Opposition lawmakers, local media outlets and Hong Kong teachers are among those accused of teaming to stoke the flames of protest in Hong Kong in a new documentary that aired on China’s CCTV. Photo: Sam Tsang
Opposition lawmakers, local media outlets and Hong Kong teachers are among those accused of teaming to stoke the flames of protest in Hong Kong in a new documentary that aired on China’s CCTV. Photo: Sam Tsang
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