A protester sits down on a Sha Tin street to make a point about non-violence, during a rally against the now-shelved extradition bill, on July 14. The posters on the ground call on demonstrators to give up violence and protest peacefully. Photo: Edmond So

Hong Kong extradition bill protests blurring the lines between peaceful picket and mob riot

  • Protesters and their supporters must see that rights come with duties for trust to thrive between the people and government
  • This applies to ‘one country, two systems’ as well
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition bill

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A protester sits down on a Sha Tin street to make a point about non-violence, during a rally against the now-shelved extradition bill, on July 14. The posters on the ground call on demonstrators to give up violence and protest peacefully. Photo: Edmond So
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