Students protest against the jailing of democracy activists, at the graduation ceremony of the Chinese University of Hong Kong on November 15. Photo: Felix Wong Students protest against the jailing of democracy activists, at the graduation ceremony of the Chinese University of Hong Kong on November 15. Photo: Felix Wong
Students protest against the jailing of democracy activists, at the graduation ceremony of the Chinese University of Hong Kong on November 15. Photo: Felix Wong

Letters | China needs to fix itself before asking that Hong Kong be happy to integrate

  • As long as China lags behind on human rights and democracy, don’t expect Hongkongers to be happy about the union
  • Simple indoctrination about the benefits of integration will only be seen as an annoyance

Topic |   Anti-mainland China sentiments
Students protest against the jailing of democracy activists, at the graduation ceremony of the Chinese University of Hong Kong on November 15. Photo: Felix Wong Students protest against the jailing of democracy activists, at the graduation ceremony of the Chinese University of Hong Kong on November 15. Photo: Felix Wong
Students protest against the jailing of democracy activists, at the graduation ceremony of the Chinese University of Hong Kong on November 15. Photo: Felix Wong
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