London Chinese Embassy

Tiananmen Square, Uyghur Court, Hong Kong Square and Tibet Hill may become main thoroughfares around the soon to be built Chinese embassy in London.

Following a landmark vote by Tower Hamlets local authority in March, councilors agreed in principle that in solidarity with persecuted groups in the PRC, the roads surrounding the former Royal Mint would be re-named in their honor, in the area where the largest Chinese embassy in the world is planned to be built.

The local authority agreed in March to investigate the name changes proposed by councilor Rabina Khan, but action is pending while the planning application is processed.

Read more at “Reminders of CCP Oppression May Surround the World’s Largest Chinese Embassy”

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