Chief Executive Carrie Lam arrives for a question and answer session at the Legislative Council in Admiralty on October 17, a day after she had to deliver her annual policy address via video link, as proceedings in the chamber had become too chaotic. Photo: Nora Tam

Letters | Hong Kong’s future lies in the political arena, not in street protests

  • Hong Kong has paid a heavy price for the protests. Meanwhile, political polarisation means it has not fully utilised the power of the Legislative Council
  • The quest for political reform must not sacrifice Hong Kong’s advantage as a bridge to the mainland
Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Chief Executive Carrie Lam arrives for a question and answer session at the Legislative Council in Admiralty on October 17, a day after she had to deliver her annual policy address via video link, as proceedings in the chamber had become too chaotic. Photo: Nora Tam
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