A protester in a Doraemon costume joins a march on New Year’s Day, with demonstrators holding up their hands to call for better governance and democratic reforms in Hong Kong. Photo: ReutersA protester in a Doraemon costume joins a march on New Year’s Day, with demonstrators holding up their hands to call for better governance and democratic reforms in Hong Kong. Photo: Reuters
A protester in a Doraemon costume joins a march on New Year’s Day, with demonstrators holding up their hands to call for better governance and democratic reforms in Hong Kong. Photo: Reuters

Letters | Hong Kong protests: five demands, not one less? Let the people vote on it

  • A referendum is the best way to end the turmoil, allowing Carrie Lam’s administration to redeem itself, and giving Beijing a chance to respond to the people’s will without being seen as bowing to violence

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
A protester in a Doraemon costume joins a march on New Year’s Day, with demonstrators holding up their hands to call for better governance and democratic reforms in Hong Kong. Photo: ReutersA protester in a Doraemon costume joins a march on New Year’s Day, with demonstrators holding up their hands to call for better governance and democratic reforms in Hong Kong. Photo: Reuters
A protester in a Doraemon costume joins a march on New Year’s Day, with demonstrators holding up their hands to call for better governance and democratic reforms in Hong Kong. Photo: Reuters
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