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Hongkie 2014 protest hero couldn’t open Hongkong Bank account

In Hong Kong on 18/08/2019 at 1:34 pm
 Ken Morgan, lives in Hong Kong (2019-present) responded
It’s entirely possible.

My evidence is based on Joshua Wong.

If you recall back in 2016 he tried to open a HSBC bank account. Despite the name Hongkong Shanghan Banking Corporation HSBC is a UK registered bank that came about during the opium wars. A clue to this is why it’s HSBC and not HKSBC.

He went to the press and said it was Beijing’s influence that made them reject his bank account.

Except he was refused a bank account because he would not reveal the source of his money. Why do you have to be transparent about your source of money? Well anti money laundering laws have been put in place everywhere. He tried to deposit a very large sum of money and refused to tell the bank where he got it from.

You have to ask yourself where did the money come from?

You also have to ask how did he get his hands on it?

As a teenager I didn’t have much let alone £200K.

I googled “Joshua Wong + HSBC” and there were two SCMP stories on this incident.

https://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/politics/article/1933597/hong-kong-activist-joshua-wong-accuses-hsbc-political

https://www.scmp.com/business/article/1934760/joshua-wong-wasnt-mistreated-hsbc

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