Pro-democracy lawmakers display placards protesting against Hong Kong’s refusal to grant a work visa to Financial Times journalist Victor Mallet, as Chief Executive Carrie Lam delivers her policy address, on October 10. Photo: Reuters Pro-democracy lawmakers display placards protesting against Hong Kong’s refusal to grant a work visa to Financial Times journalist Victor Mallet, as Chief Executive Carrie Lam delivers her policy address, on October 10. Photo: Reuters
Pro-democracy lawmakers display placards protesting against Hong Kong’s refusal to grant a work visa to Financial Times journalist Victor Mallet, as Chief Executive Carrie Lam delivers her policy address, on October 10. Photo: Reuters

Letters | Hong Kong press freedom is becoming history, like the days of its being a British colony

  • Hong Kong has always distinguished itself as distinct from the mainland, but that appears to be changing

Topic |   Press freedom in Hong Kong
Pro-democracy lawmakers display placards protesting against Hong Kong’s refusal to grant a work visa to Financial Times journalist Victor Mallet, as Chief Executive Carrie Lam delivers her policy address, on October 10. Photo: Reuters Pro-democracy lawmakers display placards protesting against Hong Kong’s refusal to grant a work visa to Financial Times journalist Victor Mallet, as Chief Executive Carrie Lam delivers her policy address, on October 10. Photo: Reuters
Pro-democracy lawmakers display placards protesting against Hong Kong’s refusal to grant a work visa to Financial Times journalist Victor Mallet, as Chief Executive Carrie Lam delivers her policy address, on October 10. Photo: Reuters
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