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Don't look for the Hong Kong protests on TikTok. You won't find them on platform

Sydney Morning Herald Monday, 16 September 2019
Searches for Hong Kong on TikTok, the short-video app from a Beijing-based tech giant that has gone viral in the US, show playful selfies, food photos and singalongs.
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