Trade, exchange rates, the military sector, such as the United States and China, which are so confronted these days, have been clashing over Hong Kong protests this time. The picture of the protesters and the US diplomat was released, and the United States was behind the protests.

This is correspondent to Beijing Jung Sung-yeop.


On the 6th, a picture of a protester including Joshua Wong meets a Western woman at a hotel in Hong Kong.

Pro-Chinese media in Hong Kong reported that the woman was Julie Ider, the head of the US Consulate General in Hong Kong.

In the past, he was an expert in planning the government's overthrow in the Middle East.

Chinese media have reportedly made it clear that the US is behind the protests, and the Chinese Foreign Ministry's office in Hong Kong called a US Consulate General to protest.

The State Department responded that the disclosure of diplomats and children's names was a bully regime.

It is a fact that the government is behind the reports.

[Morgan Otegus / State Department spokesman: I don't think it's an official protest. It's a bully regime. It's not what a responsible country will do.]

Again, the harsh words came, as the Chinese government reasserted the same logic as the US's anti-impact strength.

As Hong Kong's protests have entered its 10th week, the Chinese government has been mobilizing state-run media to highlight violent protests and launching massive public war.

As the protests are expected to prolong, the Hong Kong issue is another factor in the US-China conflict after trade and defense.

(Video coverage: Choi Duk-hyun, Video editing: Jung Yonghwa)