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Debates rage across the globe, but Hong Kong’s problems started long before 2019.
By Vy Nguyen and Maya Khalife-Hamdan
Unlike what mainstream media such as CNN or BBC are covering, the revolution was not started only because of the Whatsapp tax. Even though it is true that this tax received mass outrage from the citizens, this is not the only reason why the Lebanese people took to the streets. Their passion and unification stem from a much deeper, ongoing anger towards the corrupt government that have committed a continuous series of wrongdoings toward the people.