A clash of values is underway as Hong Kong’s fight for democracy goes international following China’s unified state attempt to censor freedom of speech by American citizens in America.
A most probably coordinated immediate response to NBA commissioner Adam Silver defending freedom of speech saw Chinese companies in unison cut off relations with NBA.
“Dozens of mainland Chinese celebrities – including actor Wu Jinyan and singer Fan Chengcheng – said they would boycott NBA events in China this week,” reports South China Morning Post.
Such celebrities presumably paraded like in 1984, toe the line or risk joining Uighur re-education camps (pictured).
This in a country where censorship is all pervasive and in a country that demands us, our companies, should bow down to their…