Pro- and anti-independence posters appear last Thursday on the “wall of democracy” on the campus of Chinese University of Hong Kong. Photo: Sam Tsang Pro- and anti-independence posters appear last Thursday on the “wall of democracy” on the campus of Chinese University of Hong Kong. Photo: Sam Tsang
Pro- and anti-independence posters appear last Thursday on the “wall of democracy” on the campus of Chinese University of Hong Kong. Photo: Sam Tsang

It’s up to Carrie Lam to assuage Beijing’s fear over Hong Kong independence

Alice Wu says Hong Kong’s chief executive must succeed where her predecessor failed. She must convince central leaders not to overreact to the independence banners on university campuses, which are the work of a minority

Topic |   Hong Kong localism and independence
Pro- and anti-independence posters appear last Thursday on the “wall of democracy” on the campus of Chinese University of Hong Kong. Photo: Sam Tsang Pro- and anti-independence posters appear last Thursday on the “wall of democracy” on the campus of Chinese University of Hong Kong. Photo: Sam Tsang
Pro- and anti-independence posters appear last Thursday on the “wall of democracy” on the campus of Chinese University of Hong Kong. Photo: Sam Tsang
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