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Airline, luxury brands follow China's lead on Hong Kong

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By YANAN WANG

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When people start defending and start submitting to the bully we know we are on a bad path..

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Time to boycott Cathay Pacific and Hong Kong corporations. They are dancing to the tune of Communist China.

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Corporations have little choice but to follow the laws of the legal authority where they have a presence.

The laws of Hong Kong, to be clear.

People have been fired from their jobs in other countries without being convicted of any illegal activities. Not all companies choose to support the actions of their employees outside of work, especially when the govt calls those activities illegal.

It is a fine line to walk when protesting against the govt.

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It's all about the money for these companies. I am also surprised that a Taiwanese company would side with China.

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Gambare:

Time to boycott Cathay Pacific and Hong Kong corporations. They are dancing to the tune of Communist China.

Yes, it's easy to boycott services which you never use in the first place.

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I am disappointed to see Cathay Pacific caving to the threats of authoritative governments. It's healthy to have differences of opinion amongst employees.

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