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 LeeHong 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
Topic |   Hong Kong protests
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 LeeHong 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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