Hong Kong protestors 'trampled the rule of law' - News Review

Hong Kong protestors 'trampled the rule of law' – News Review

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34 thoughts on “Hong Kong protestors 'trampled the rule of law' – News Review

  • BBC Learning English

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  • Mehmet Barış Çalışkan

    This man's voice is so attractive 😀 Thanks for video.

  • Huma Aziz

    Where is Finn?

  • lilyrosemelody

    All of words this week are new to me!! 😉

  • Firman Fadilah

    The actor was arrested by police because of blatantly smuggling drugs. It's deface his popularity. He is being punished with zero tolerance.

  • Teo Jamie

    Hi Dan , I like your smile and white teeth😁😁

  • hanaa ali

    Sweet laughing Dan. I felt like it came out from your heart . By the way, I think you were such a nice son to have when you were a child. Hope you both the best life full of fun and joy.

  • Rayha Dest

    ı cant describe how ı love you guys. not only beacuse you are amazing teachers but also ı feel like u are nice people even if ı dont you in person

  • Judy Wang

    Shame on you BBC.

  • Eman Tse

    //The people of Hong Kong have done the world a service by dealing a setback to Beijing’s global anti-democratic agenda. We should back them up.//by Ellen Bork(The American Interest)

  • pervertt

    Here is a useful new word – 'hypocrisy'. It is 'the contrivance of a false appearance of virtue or goodness, while concealing real character or inclinations, especially with respect to religious and moral beliefs; hence, in a general sense, hypocrisy may involve dissimulation, pretence, or a sham' (wikipedia). There is no rule of law in China, at least not in the terms as it is understood elsewhere, so it is blatant hypocrisy for the Chinese government to complain about the rule of law being trampled in Hong Kong. The Chinese government tramples on the rule of law everyday.

  • nguyen tho

    Thank you for your easy to understand lesson. Love you 2.

  • jinke Wu

    CIA organized riot,US and UK supported riot to overthrow many middle east countries government by this way,then US can control and kill middle east people easily,all the excuse are democracy.

  • drive 95

    NGO National endowment for democracy(NED) supported the protest, more importantly, CIA is behind the scene of NED.

  • 이영진

    Thanks in South Korea

  • Ronen R

    Great! Dan, what sign of the Zodiac are you? I bet Sagittarius ♐️

  • Yican Rui

    I don’t think that it’s appropriate for talking a sensitive issue in this program .I claim for withdrawal this episode immediately 。

  • Esauce

    Great and effective to learn.

    Do you love THIS programme?

  • Sergio

    'Zero tolerance' is pretty self-explanatory.

  • Saalim Omar

    i am in somalia i like to learn english bbc proadcast i wish success because they are helping the people who needs to learn this international language

  • Ahmed Farraj

    Hi
    Thanks Mr Dan and Mrs Katherine
    The fence of a public park was defaced yesterday, after that the criminals have been arrested, next the TV presenter exposed their blatant behavior,and police told them that they have a zero tolerance with that conduct,and as a result of that they will be put in a big wall.

  • Nawar Nawar

    Hi, why don't you put a hyphen between " zero" and " tolerance"
    I think it should be written like this A zero-tolerance policy .
    Correct me if I'm wrong

  • Ali Aljmaly

    Omg 😮 I love ❤️ it really nice 👍

  • Moustapha Bousso

    It's good i think 👏 a big «thank-you» for you ❤

  • tgchan

    Thank you, BBC. 💚

  • Roma Ansar

    Last year the university administration issued a circular not to protest within the 100m periphery of administrative block. In a blatant disregard, students protested before the vice-chancellor's office which forced the administration to follow a zero tolerance policy. Many students were suspended and fined. We no longer see protests before administrative block.

  • Shuihan Yi

    The statement issued by Hong Kong government last night was a blatant disregard for the protesters’ demand.

  • jason hsuan

    Salute to Dan and Cathrin, Great Hongkong! No body metion the Hongkong protests in G20 summit, that's terrible!

  • Mamy Mimma

    I had a good laugh, thank you 😁
    I noticed you have different accents: may I ask if you are from different UK regions?

  • Dawna

    By the by, the prefix de, indicates a removal or separation of . Not, 'spoiling'. Https://www.dictionary.com word origin of 'de'.

  • Manpreet masih

    It's amazing !
    Learning along with discussion ,It's acquisitive.

  • Rovsen sadiqov

    this is one of the best program.I love BBC♥

  • Faisal

    Thank you

  • MUDASSIR Khan

    zero tolerance if translated as NO FLEXIBILITY is it right?

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