China-US Focus presents a special series On Hong Kong, that explores the major milestones of this renowned global city at a unique point in its modern history. Through the words and insights of C.H. Tung, who led Hong Kong on its return to China in 1997 as Chief Executive, it offers a unique understanding to the challenges it faces, and the solutions that are required to address them. In Part 6, he shares his thoughts on the US, and its intervention with the Human Rights and Democracy Act. Interviewed by James Chau.
More videos On Hong Kong: A Conversation with Tung Chee Hwa
Part 1: The History Behind Hong Kong
Part 2: What's "One Country, Two Systems"
Part 3: 1997, Hong Kong Returns to China
Part 4: The Hong Kong Situation
Part 5: "The Violence Must Stop"
Part 6: What Happens When the US Intervenes
Part 7: Is Hong Kong Free
Part 8: "The Chinese Just Want a Better Life"
Part 9: My American Story
Part 10: Is There a Future for Hong Kong
Part 11: My Message to Our Youth