Election workers empty a ballot box to count votes at a polling station in Hong Kong on November 24. Photo: APElection workers empty a ballot box to count votes at a polling station in Hong Kong on November 24. Photo: AP
Election workers empty a ballot box to count votes at a polling station in Hong Kong on November 24. Photo: AP

Letters | After the Hong Kong elections, a time to show respect and vision

  • Yes, 1.6 million voted in favour of more freedom and democracy. But that also means millions of others didn’t, and their choice should be respected
  • Hong Kong should also respect its unique opportunity to get on the Chinese prosperity train
Topic |   Hong Kong district council elections
Election workers empty a ballot box to count votes at a polling station in Hong Kong on November 24. Photo: APElection workers empty a ballot box to count votes at a polling station in Hong Kong on November 24. Photo: AP
Election workers empty a ballot box to count votes at a polling station in Hong Kong on November 24. Photo: AP
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