Anti-government sentiment persists in Hong Kong

It will be one year on Friday since Hong Kong tried to pass a controversial extradition bill that many feared would compromise the city's independent rule of law.

    It will be one year on Friday since Hong Kong tried to pass a controversial extradition bill that many feared would compromise the city's independent rule of law.

    The move triggered months of often violent anti-government protests - even after the bill was withdrawn.

    The streets are quiet now, but many believe the discontent remains.

    Al Jazeera's Divya Gopalan reports from Hong Kong.


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