Hong Kong viewership is overwhelming.

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The website, http://www.humanrightchild.org attempts to be a Chinese language first and English language second. Most of the articles are Chinese and English can only be added with Google translate.  The viewers are now mostly Chinese.  It is also important that English speaking people around the world understand the events and freedoms of Hong Kong and China and why this is important to the world at large. Is Hong Kong now a paper tiger?  The viewership listed below is from August 29, 2013 and it is important as it shows the target of Hong Kong viewership is being met.  The best viewership was July 25, 2013 with 117 viewers.

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