Hong Kong protesters raise their flags and mobile phone flashlights to mark the first anniversary of major anti-extradition bill protests, in Central on June 9. Photo: Dickson Lee
Hong Kong protesters raise their flags and mobile phone flashlights to mark the first anniversary of major anti-extradition bill protests, in Central on June 9. Photo: Dickson Lee

Letters | Hong Kong stands alone, just a pawn in geopolitical power games

  • Hong Kong’s unhappiness has been used as leverage; it is caught up in the US-China trade war, and even Britain’s citizenship offer is not as magnanimous as it sounds. Sadly, Hong Kong stands alone and vulnerable

Hong Kong protesters raise their flags and mobile phone flashlights to mark the first anniversary of major anti-extradition bill protests, in Central on June 9. Photo: Dickson Lee
Hong Kong protesters raise their flags and mobile phone flashlights to mark the first anniversary of major anti-extradition bill protests, in Central on June 9. Photo: Dickson Lee
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