Protesters vandalise the library at Hong Kong Design Institute in Tseung Kwan O on October 15. Dozens of masked students vandalised the campus over the Vocational Training Council-run school’s handling of CCTV footage of a classmate found dead in the sea on September 22. Photo: Dickson Lee Protesters vandalise the library at Hong Kong Design Institute in Tseung Kwan O on October 15. Dozens of masked students vandalised the campus over the Vocational Training Council-run school’s handling of CCTV footage of a classmate found dead in the sea on September 22. Photo: Dickson Lee
Protesters vandalise the library at Hong Kong Design Institute in Tseung Kwan O on October 15. Dozens of masked students vandalised the campus over the Vocational Training Council-run school’s handling of CCTV footage of a classmate found dead in the sea on September 22. Photo: Dickson Lee

Letters | Why violent Hong Kong protesters would make Freud proud: case study in classic defence mechanisms to justify means

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Protesters vandalise the library at Hong Kong Design Institute in Tseung Kwan O on October 15. Dozens of masked students vandalised the campus over the Vocational Training Council-run school’s handling of CCTV footage of a classmate found dead in the sea on September 22. Photo: Dickson Lee Protesters vandalise the library at Hong Kong Design Institute in Tseung Kwan O on October 15. Dozens of masked students vandalised the campus over the Vocational Training Council-run school’s handling of CCTV footage of a classmate found dead in the sea on September 22. Photo: Dickson Lee
Protesters vandalise the library at Hong Kong Design Institute in Tseung Kwan O on October 15. Dozens of masked students vandalised the campus over the Vocational Training Council-run school’s handling of CCTV footage of a classmate found dead in the sea on September 22. Photo: Dickson Lee
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