I don't think Macau has much of a separatist movement. My mom is from there (and that's why I have residency rights there too) and it's fairly quiet, unlike its counterpart Hong Kong.
At the same time, there's no real desire to join mainland China. It seems like many in Macau simply want to maintain the status quo.
Macau is just busy making money from all its Casinos I guess
The government giving out $1000 every year because they had so much money that they didn't know what to do with it certainly doesn't hurt stability
There’s not really much of a separatist movement in Hong Kong, either.
Much more of one than Inner Mongolia for sure.
Mongolians are a minority in inner Mongolia, despite there being more mongolians in inner mongolia than in Mongolia itself.
I'm Hong Kong-born, living overseas and from what I sense from my relatives in Hong Kong, I would somewhat agree. It feels more of a pro-democracy and pro-self-determination movement than a separatist movement.
You’ll get downvoted but you’re right. I work with people from HK, spoke to them in person in the height of the protests. It wasn’t a major part of their lives, it was localized flare ups among a relatively small group of people.
Inner Mongolia has a seperatist movement? Last time i checked, the vast majority of it's population was Han Chinese.
Inner mongolia separatism?US level of research
It says Mongolia in the name so it MUST belong to Mongolia
Wait til they hear about New Mexico.
And yet China’s population and economy would be almost unchanged.