Ads placed in international newspapers in June urge readers to prevail on their governments’ representatives at the G20 summit to stand with Hongkongers opposed to the now-shelved extradition bill. Photo: Owen ChurchillAds placed in international newspapers in June urge readers to prevail on their governments’ representatives at the G20 summit to stand with Hongkongers opposed to the now-shelved extradition bill. Photo: Owen Churchill
Ads placed in international newspapers in June urge readers to prevail on their governments’ representatives at the G20 summit to stand with Hongkongers opposed to the now-shelved extradition bill. Photo: Owen Churchill

Letters | Why international support for Hong Kong protesters is a double-edged sword

  • Hong Kong protesters have sought and found international attention and support. But this may only push Beijing into taking a tougher stance, as it would not want to project an image of weakness to patriots back home

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Ads placed in international newspapers in June urge readers to prevail on their governments’ representatives at the G20 summit to stand with Hongkongers opposed to the now-shelved extradition bill. Photo: Owen ChurchillAds placed in international newspapers in June urge readers to prevail on their governments’ representatives at the G20 summit to stand with Hongkongers opposed to the now-shelved extradition bill. Photo: Owen Churchill
Ads placed in international newspapers in June urge readers to prevail on their governments’ representatives at the G20 summit to stand with Hongkongers opposed to the now-shelved extradition bill. Photo: Owen Churchill
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