Protesters march from Causeway Bay to Central on the eve of the six-month anniversary of anti-government demonstrations, on December 8. Photo: Sam Tsang Protesters march from Causeway Bay to Central on the eve of the six-month anniversary of anti-government demonstrations, on December 8. Photo: Sam Tsang
Protesters march from Causeway Bay to Central on the eve of the six-month anniversary of anti-government demonstrations, on December 8. Photo: Sam Tsang

Letters | What can Hong Kong government gain from waging war against its own people?

  • Instituting national security laws now would kill any chance of reconciliation between the government and the people. It would also undermine Hong Kong’s credibility internationally

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Protesters march from Causeway Bay to Central on the eve of the six-month anniversary of anti-government demonstrations, on December 8. Photo: Sam Tsang Protesters march from Causeway Bay to Central on the eve of the six-month anniversary of anti-government demonstrations, on December 8. Photo: Sam Tsang
Protesters march from Causeway Bay to Central on the eve of the six-month anniversary of anti-government demonstrations, on December 8. Photo: Sam Tsang
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