Demonstrators hold colonial-era Hong Kong flags during a protest against China’s planned national security law for the city, at the IFC shopping mall in Central on May 25. In Hong Kong, a culture of superiority rests on a problematic belief that the city and its citizens are inherently superior by virtue of being a former colony. Photo: Bloomberg Demonstrators hold colonial-era Hong Kong flags during a protest against China’s planned national security law for the city, at the IFC shopping mall in Central on May 25. In Hong Kong, a culture of superiority rests on a problematic belief that the city and its citizens are inherently superior by virtue of being a former colony. Photo: Bloomberg
Demonstrators hold colonial-era Hong Kong flags during a protest against China’s planned national security law for the city, at the IFC shopping mall in Central on May 25. In Hong Kong, a culture of superiority rests on a problematic belief that the city and its citizens are inherently superior by virtue of being a former colony. Photo: Bloomberg

Letters | US protests and George Floyd: why Hong Kong should care about ‘Black Lives Matter’

  • White supremacy and systemic racial injustice should be universally condemned. If Hong Kong as a city is serious about pursuing a just and fair society, then we must demand justice for all

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Demonstrators hold colonial-era Hong Kong flags during a protest against China’s planned national security law for the city, at the IFC shopping mall in Central on May 25. In Hong Kong, a culture of superiority rests on a problematic belief that the city and its citizens are inherently superior by virtue of being a former colony. Photo: Bloomberg Demonstrators hold colonial-era Hong Kong flags during a protest against China’s planned national security law for the city, at the IFC shopping mall in Central on May 25. In Hong Kong, a culture of superiority rests on a problematic belief that the city and its citizens are inherently superior by virtue of being a former colony. Photo: Bloomberg
Demonstrators hold colonial-era Hong Kong flags during a protest against China’s planned national security law for the city, at the IFC shopping mall in Central on May 25. In Hong Kong, a culture of superiority rests on a problematic belief that the city and its citizens are inherently superior by virtue of being a former colony. Photo: Bloomberg
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