Riot police and anti-extradition protesters clash in Wong Tai Sin on August 3. Photo: Felix Wong Riot police and anti-extradition protesters clash in Wong Tai Sin on August 3. Photo: Felix Wong
Riot police and anti-extradition protesters clash in Wong Tai Sin on August 3. Photo: Felix Wong

Letters | As Hong Kong’s protests stretch the city’s ‘thin blue line’ to the limit, everyone suffers

  • The central government is not likely to intervene in the current crisis, leaving Hong Kong to sink or swim. A breakdown in law and order will destroy the city’s reputation

Topic |   Hong Kong police
Riot police and anti-extradition protesters clash in Wong Tai Sin on August 3. Photo: Felix Wong Riot police and anti-extradition protesters clash in Wong Tai Sin on August 3. Photo: Felix Wong
Riot police and anti-extradition protesters clash in Wong Tai Sin on August 3. Photo: Felix Wong
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