Protesters display sheets of plain white paper during a protest in a shopping mall in Hong Kong on July 6, after the government warned that the use of the slogan, “Liberate Hong Kong, Revolution of Our Times”, risked flouting the new national security law. Photo: EPA-EFE Protesters display sheets of plain white paper during a protest in a shopping mall in Hong Kong on July 6, after the government warned that the use of the slogan, “Liberate Hong Kong, Revolution of Our Times”, risked flouting the new national security law. Photo: EPA-EFE
Protesters display sheets of plain white paper during a protest in a shopping mall in Hong Kong on July 6, after the government warned that the use of the slogan, “Liberate Hong Kong, Revolution of Our Times”, risked flouting the new national security law. Photo: EPA-EFE

Letters | What Mao and Lee Kuan Yew could teach Hong Kong protesters calling for revolution

  • If the words of Mao Zedong and Lee Kuan Yew don’t offer enough insights, Hong Kong’s “freedom fighters” could learn from the experience of pro-democracy protesters in Taiwan and South Korea

Topic |   Hong Kong Basic Law
Protesters display sheets of plain white paper during a protest in a shopping mall in Hong Kong on July 6, after the government warned that the use of the slogan, “Liberate Hong Kong, Revolution of Our Times”, risked flouting the new national security law. Photo: EPA-EFE Protesters display sheets of plain white paper during a protest in a shopping mall in Hong Kong on July 6, after the government warned that the use of the slogan, “Liberate Hong Kong, Revolution of Our Times”, risked flouting the new national security law. Photo: EPA-EFE
Protesters display sheets of plain white paper during a protest in a shopping mall in Hong Kong on July 6, after the government warned that the use of the slogan, “Liberate Hong Kong, Revolution of Our Times”, risked flouting the new national security law. Photo: EPA-EFE
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