A protester adds notes to a “Lennon Wall” at Hong Kong International Airport on July 26, during one of a series of demonstrations since early June sparked by opposition to a proposed extradition law. Photo: AFP

Hong Kong protesters should not be afraid to use English to tell the world their side of the story

  • Overseas media reports of the protests here lack a genuine local voice, in part because many Hongkongers shun speaking in English for fear of making mistakes
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A protester adds notes to a “Lennon Wall” at Hong Kong International Airport on July 26, during one of a series of demonstrations since early June sparked by opposition to a proposed extradition law. Photo: AFP
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