A traditional junk boat, a Star Ferry vessel and skyscrapers housing Hong Kong’s financial and trading firms are seen across Victoria Harbour in September 2019. Photo: Edward Wong A traditional junk boat, a Star Ferry vessel and skyscrapers housing Hong Kong’s financial and trading firms are seen across Victoria Harbour in September 2019. Photo: Edward Wong
A traditional junk boat, a Star Ferry vessel and skyscrapers housing Hong Kong’s financial and trading firms are seen across Victoria Harbour in September 2019. Photo: Edward Wong

Letters | What Hong Kong can agree on in divided times: the need to protect its uniqueness

  • There is consensus that Hong Kong’s uniqueness arises from its amalgamation of the Western system, traditional Chinese society and Lingnan culture. Preserving this would benefit both the city and the nation

Topic |   Hong Kong Basic Law
A traditional junk boat, a Star Ferry vessel and skyscrapers housing Hong Kong’s financial and trading firms are seen across Victoria Harbour in September 2019. Photo: Edward Wong A traditional junk boat, a Star Ferry vessel and skyscrapers housing Hong Kong’s financial and trading firms are seen across Victoria Harbour in September 2019. Photo: Edward Wong
A traditional junk boat, a Star Ferry vessel and skyscrapers housing Hong Kong’s financial and trading firms are seen across Victoria Harbour in September 2019. Photo: Edward Wong
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