The clock tower rises out of the fog in Tsim Sha Tsui in March 2016. During the extradition bill protests on August 7, a man spray-painted a slogan on the tower. Photo: Felix WongThe clock tower rises out of the fog in Tsim Sha Tsui in March 2016. During the extradition bill protests on August 7, a man spray-painted a slogan on the tower. Photo: Felix Wong
The clock tower rises out of the fog in Tsim Sha Tsui in March 2016. During the extradition bill protests on August 7, a man spray-painted a slogan on the tower. Photo: Felix Wong

Letters | Protesters who defaced Hong Kong’s clock tower disrespected fallen heroes of World War II

  • The monument in Tsim Sha Tsui is important to both railway and military history. Spray-painting a slogan on it days before the annual commemoration of those who fought to liberate Hong Kong from Japanese occupation was both ignorant and disgraceful
Topic |   Hong Kong's second world war history
The clock tower rises out of the fog in Tsim Sha Tsui in March 2016. During the extradition bill protests on August 7, a man spray-painted a slogan on the tower. Photo: Felix WongThe clock tower rises out of the fog in Tsim Sha Tsui in March 2016. During the extradition bill protests on August 7, a man spray-painted a slogan on the tower. Photo: Felix Wong
The clock tower rises out of the fog in Tsim Sha Tsui in March 2016. During the extradition bill protests on August 7, a man spray-painted a slogan on the tower. Photo: Felix Wong
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