Because ultimately, we're Chinese, how can we not support our own country? Her eldest, who is 31 and works in IT, moved out in , and her year-old second son, a civil servant, barely goes home for dinner. With the pro-democracy movement mostly led by the young whose parents may be more accepting of the status quo, or even supportive of the government, this sort of split has been common in many Hong Kong families. But it is a constant struggle for her every day: trying to balance between being a patriot and a mother. Their last contact was on Sept 24, when he asked her to cancel his mobile plan registered under her name. Beijing has repeatedly accused foreign forces of trying to start a "colour revolution" in the territory , but there has been little if any evidence of that.
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