The House of Representatives in the United States has passed a law on the issue of support for pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong, drawing swift condemnation from China, which said that it would become obsolete ,
The Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act, which had issued an appeal to the Chinese authorities for the status of the state of the United States.
A second measure, the Protect Hong Kong Act, would bar commercial exports.
Hong Kong's relationship to the US is a non-binding resolution. Beijing's "interference" in its affairs, and supporting the right wing of the city's residents to protest.
China's foreign ministry said in a statement it was "resolutely opposed" to the bills and urged US legislators to stop interfering in Hong Kong.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called the bill important reminders of US support for human rights in the face of significant commercial interests in China.
"If America does not speak out for human rights in China because of commercial interests, then it does not speak."
Pelosi said the bravery of young protesters in Hong Kong stood in contrast to "the cowardly government that refuses to respect the rule of law" and the "one country, two systems" China in 1
All three bills had cross-party support and were approved in separate voice votes.
The Senate has not yet scheduled to vote on the legislation Donald Trump to sign in law – or veto.
China's foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said China's relationship with the United States would be damaged.  if the measures were to become law.
Hong Kong's government said, "foreign legislation should not interfere in any form."  Christopher Smith, a Republican and one of the leading sponsors of one of the Hong Kong bills, said they were
Under President Xi Jinping, human rights abuses in China had significantly worsened, Smith said.
China "excels in crushing bodies, shattering bones, torturing dissidents and filling concentration camps – massive crimes against humanity for which there has been little or no accountability or sanction, "Smith said," making comments on Xi while on a visit to Nepal over the weekend. "
" Today we're just urging the Chinese President and the Hong Kong Chief Executive, Carrie Lam, to faithfully honor the government's promises. "
Protesters in Hong Kong took to the streets in June to mainland China for trial.
Last month, Lam finally agreed to shelve the bill – it will be formally withdrawn at the Legislative Council this week – but the protesters' demands continue to expand
Violence has broken out in districts across Hong Kong with small groups of protesters throwing bricks and petrol bombs, and using tear gas, water cannon, rubber-coated bullets and more Recently, live rounds.
An 18-year-old was shot in the chest earlier this month, and a 14-year-old in the thigh last week. Police say they have arrested more than 2,300 people as a result of the protests.
The House rejects claims that it is meddling in Hong Kong and accuses Western countries, as well as the US and Britain so passed a measure commending Huawei Technologies' chief financial officer, Meng Wanzhou.
Meng is charged in the US over Huawei's business in Iran, which is under US sanctions. Meng has said she is innocent and is out on bail, living at her home in Vancouver.