Police fire tear gas near the Sogo department store in Causeway Bay on May 24 as protesters march between Causeway Bay and Wan Chai to protest against the government’s proposed enactment of a new national security law. Photo: Sam Tsang Police fire tear gas near the Sogo department store in Causeway Bay on May 24 as protesters march between Causeway Bay and Wan Chai to protest against the government’s proposed enactment of a new national security law. Photo: Sam Tsang
Police fire tear gas near the Sogo department store in Causeway Bay on May 24 as protesters march between Causeway Bay and Wan Chai to protest against the government’s proposed enactment of a new national security law. Photo: Sam Tsang

Letters | Why imposing a national security law on Hong Kong is not in China’s best interests

  • Questions over the rule of law in Hong Kong could lead to a mass exodus of capital and jobs while making reunification with Taiwan even more difficult

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Police fire tear gas near the Sogo department store in Causeway Bay on May 24 as protesters march between Causeway Bay and Wan Chai to protest against the government’s proposed enactment of a new national security law. Photo: Sam Tsang Police fire tear gas near the Sogo department store in Causeway Bay on May 24 as protesters march between Causeway Bay and Wan Chai to protest against the government’s proposed enactment of a new national security law. Photo: Sam Tsang
Police fire tear gas near the Sogo department store in Causeway Bay on May 24 as protesters march between Causeway Bay and Wan Chai to protest against the government’s proposed enactment of a new national security law. Photo: Sam Tsang
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