A police officer in riot gear clears obstacles, including bricks, after an attempt by protesters to block a road in Wan Chai on July 1. The majority of Hong Kong police officers and demonstrators alike are rational and civil. Photo: K.Y. Cheng A police officer in riot gear clears obstacles, including bricks, after an attempt by protesters to block a road in Wan Chai on July 1. The majority of Hong Kong police officers and demonstrators alike are rational and civil. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
A police officer in riot gear clears obstacles, including bricks, after an attempt by protesters to block a road in Wan Chai on July 1. The majority of Hong Kong police officers and demonstrators alike are rational and civil. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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Letters | Hong Kong must name and shame those sowing discord in society

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A police officer in riot gear clears obstacles, including bricks, after an attempt by protesters to block a road in Wan Chai on July 1. The majority of Hong Kong police officers and demonstrators alike are rational and civil. Photo: K.Y. Cheng A police officer in riot gear clears obstacles, including bricks, after an attempt by protesters to block a road in Wan Chai on July 1. The majority of Hong Kong police officers and demonstrators alike are rational and civil. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
A police officer in riot gear clears obstacles, including bricks, after an attempt by protesters to block a road in Wan Chai on July 1. The majority of Hong Kong police officers and demonstrators alike are rational and civil. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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