A bronze sculpture of a bull looks over Exchange Square, home to many financial companies and the Hong Kong stock exchange, in the city’s Central business district. Photo: Warton LiA bronze sculpture of a bull looks over Exchange Square, home to many financial companies and the Hong Kong stock exchange, in the city’s Central business district. Photo: Warton Li
A bronze sculpture of a bull looks over Exchange Square, home to many financial companies and the Hong Kong stock exchange, in the city’s Central business district. Photo: Warton Li

Letters | Will China’s national security law bring censorship of the press and internet to Hong Kong?

  • The free flow of information is vital to Hong Kong’s economy, which is dominated by financial and professional services
  • This includes access to information and the ability to discuss developments in China – from monetary policy to health security issues
Topic |   Hong Kong politics
A bronze sculpture of a bull looks over Exchange Square, home to many financial companies and the Hong Kong stock exchange, in the city’s Central business district. Photo: Warton LiA bronze sculpture of a bull looks over Exchange Square, home to many financial companies and the Hong Kong stock exchange, in the city’s Central business district. Photo: Warton Li
A bronze sculpture of a bull looks over Exchange Square, home to many financial companies and the Hong Kong stock exchange, in the city’s Central business district. Photo: Warton Li
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