Burning barricades on Nathan Road during a protest in the Mong Kok district of Hong Kong on February 29, held to mark six months since an August 31, 2019, incident when police violently dispersed people inside the Prince Edward MTR station. Photo: BloombergBurning barricades on Nathan Road during a protest in the Mong Kok district of Hong Kong on February 29, held to mark six months since an August 31, 2019, incident when police violently dispersed people inside the Prince Edward MTR station. Photo: Bloomberg
Burning barricades on Nathan Road during a protest in the Mong Kok district of Hong Kong on February 29, held to mark six months since an August 31, 2019, incident when police violently dispersed people inside the Prince Edward MTR station. Photo: Bloomberg

Letters | What’s more virulent than the coronavirus? Hong Kong protest violence

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Burning barricades on Nathan Road during a protest in the Mong Kok district of Hong Kong on February 29, held to mark six months since an August 31, 2019, incident when police violently dispersed people inside the Prince Edward MTR station. Photo: BloombergBurning barricades on Nathan Road during a protest in the Mong Kok district of Hong Kong on February 29, held to mark six months since an August 31, 2019, incident when police violently dispersed people inside the Prince Edward MTR station. Photo: Bloomberg
Burning barricades on Nathan Road during a protest in the Mong Kok district of Hong Kong on February 29, held to mark six months since an August 31, 2019, incident when police violently dispersed people inside the Prince Edward MTR station. Photo: Bloomberg
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