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‘White South Africans’ Starts Trending on Twitter After Woman’s Comments About Hong Kong Protests

[SOWETAN LIVE] A white South African woman who moved to Hong Kong has become a topic of discussion on social media after a video of her making a plea for Hong Kong protests to stop went viral.

The young woman dressed in a yellow dress was in tears as she explained to AFP journalist Elaine Yu that she moved from South Africa to get away from protests. Earlier she had knelt before the Chinese police with her hands in prayer. Read more on Sowetan Live.

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