Protesters demonstrate outside the Legislative Council in Admiralty on February 5, demanding the full closure of the Hong Kong-mainland China border amid a coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Nora TamProtesters demonstrate outside the Legislative Council in Admiralty on February 5, demanding the full closure of the Hong Kong-mainland China border amid a coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Nora Tam
Protesters demonstrate outside the Legislative Council in Admiralty on February 5, demanding the full closure of the Hong Kong-mainland China border amid a coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Nora Tam

Letters | Coronavirus outbreak has made Hong Kong even more angry, but not at China compatriots

  • Hongkongers do not trust information from the central government and lack faith in their own government’s ability to protect their interests

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Protesters demonstrate outside the Legislative Council in Admiralty on February 5, demanding the full closure of the Hong Kong-mainland China border amid a coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Nora TamProtesters demonstrate outside the Legislative Council in Admiralty on February 5, demanding the full closure of the Hong Kong-mainland China border amid a coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Nora Tam
Protesters demonstrate outside the Legislative Council in Admiralty on February 5, demanding the full closure of the Hong Kong-mainland China border amid a coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Nora Tam
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