It's the miracle of Hong Kong, a metropolis on the southern tip of China, where there's freedom of assembly, freedom of the press and rule of law. Since its handover from Britain to China 17 years ago, the people of Hong Kong were granted a wide range of civil liberties, and a measure of autonomy under the governing principle known as "One Country, Two Systems." But many say that way of life is now under threat. As Beijing affirms its "comprehensive jurisdiction" over Hong Kong, and with growing number of mainland Chinese heading into Hong Kong, congesting its shopping streets and putting pressure on the infrastructure, some people are asking, will it be the end of Hong Kong as we know it today? We explore the territory's complicated relationship with Beijing as it attempts to forge a new identity.