A protester holds up a British National (Overseas) passport and a colonial-themed accessory during a demonstration in a Hong Kong shopping mall against China’s national security legislation for the city, on May 29. Photo: AP A protester holds up a British National (Overseas) passport and a colonial-themed accessory during a demonstration in a Hong Kong shopping mall against China’s national security legislation for the city, on May 29. Photo: AP
A protester holds up a British National (Overseas) passport and a colonial-themed accessory during a demonstration in a Hong Kong shopping mall against China’s national security legislation for the city, on May 29. Photo: AP

Letters | Hong Kong national security law: when people can’t trust their own government, they seek outside help

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
A protester holds up a British National (Overseas) passport and a colonial-themed accessory during a demonstration in a Hong Kong shopping mall against China’s national security legislation for the city, on May 29. Photo: AP A protester holds up a British National (Overseas) passport and a colonial-themed accessory during a demonstration in a Hong Kong shopping mall against China’s national security legislation for the city, on May 29. Photo: AP
A protester holds up a British National (Overseas) passport and a colonial-themed accessory during a demonstration in a Hong Kong shopping mall against China’s national security legislation for the city, on May 29. Photo: AP
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