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TAIPEI (Reuters) -Freedom in Hong Kong has “vanished” and China has failed to live up to its promises of 50 years without change, Taiwan Premier Su Tseng-chang said on Friday, the 25th anniversary of Hong Kong’s return to Chinese rule. Chinese President Xi Jinping, on a rare visit to the global financial hub on Friday, swore in Hong Kong’s new leader, former security chief John Lee, who is sanctioned by the United States over his role in implementing a national security law there. Most people in Chinese-claimed Taiwan have shown no interest in being run by Beijing, and the government has repeatedly rejected China’s offer of “one country, two systems” to rule the island, as with Hong Kong and Macau.

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