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  • 22nd Nov 2013

Quick question about scouting in Hong Kong. "Thirteen years previous to Hong Kong's sovereignty transfer, the UK and the PRC had reached an agreement on the future of Hong Kong and embodied the agreement by signing the Sino-British Joint Declaration. Under the framework of the declaration, Scouting is part of the way of life in Hong Kong, and can be preserved for fifty years" source: wikipedia. What happens when the fifty years end?