Former lawmaker and Hong Kong’s most senior barrister Martin Lee Chu-ming (centre) leaves Central Police Station on April 18. Lee was among at least 15 veterans and supporters of the opposition camp arrested on the day for their role in unlawful protests. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Former lawmaker and Hong Kong’s most senior barrister Martin Lee Chu-ming (centre) leaves Central Police Station on April 18. Lee was among at least 15 veterans and supporters of the opposition camp arrested on the day for their role in unlawful protests. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Former lawmaker and Hong Kong’s most senior barrister Martin Lee Chu-ming (centre) leaves Central Police Station on April 18. Lee was among at least 15 veterans and supporters of the opposition camp arrested on the day for their role in unlawful protests. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Letters | China and Hong Kong: why ‘one country, two systems’ matters to the world

Topic |   Hong Kong Basic Law
Former lawmaker and Hong Kong’s most senior barrister Martin Lee Chu-ming (centre) leaves Central Police Station on April 18. Lee was among at least 15 veterans and supporters of the opposition camp arrested on the day for their role in unlawful protests. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Former lawmaker and Hong Kong’s most senior barrister Martin Lee Chu-ming (centre) leaves Central Police Station on April 18. Lee was among at least 15 veterans and supporters of the opposition camp arrested on the day for their role in unlawful protests. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Former lawmaker and Hong Kong’s most senior barrister Martin Lee Chu-ming (centre) leaves Central Police Station on April 18. Lee was among at least 15 veterans and supporters of the opposition camp arrested on the day for their role in unlawful protests. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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