When Hong Kong was once returned to China 25 years in the past, it was once intended to be a grand “reunification with the motherland” – the start of a brand new technology. However members of the family between the island and the mainland have since soured. As China’s energy rose, so did its affect on Hong Kong. The end result: diminishing freedoms, mass protests and a divided town. At the twenty fifth anniversary of the handover, we hint the highs and lows through the years.