Anti-extradition protesters on the CITIC Tower footbridge leading to the Legco complex hold posters urging police officers to not use violence, in Admiralty on June 13. Photo: Dickson LeeAnti-extradition protesters on the CITIC Tower footbridge leading to the Legco complex hold posters urging police officers to not use violence, in Admiralty on June 13. Photo: Dickson Lee
Anti-extradition protesters on the CITIC Tower footbridge leading to the Legco complex hold posters urging police officers to not use violence, in Admiralty on June 13. Photo: Dickson Lee

Letters | Why young people in Hong Kong have lost trust in their government and police

  • After being fired on with tear gas and labelled ‘rioters’, don’t expect Hong Kong’s disaffected youth to gain any more faith in its politics
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition bill
Anti-extradition protesters on the CITIC Tower footbridge leading to the Legco complex hold posters urging police officers to not use violence, in Admiralty on June 13. Photo: Dickson LeeAnti-extradition protesters on the CITIC Tower footbridge leading to the Legco complex hold posters urging police officers to not use violence, in Admiralty on June 13. Photo: Dickson Lee
Anti-extradition protesters on the CITIC Tower footbridge leading to the Legco complex hold posters urging police officers to not use violence, in Admiralty on June 13. Photo: Dickson Lee
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