Demonstrators display sheets of plain white paper during a protest in a shopping centre in Hong Kong on July 6, after the national security law rendered their slogans unlawful. Photo: EPA-EFE Demonstrators display sheets of plain white paper during a protest in a shopping centre in Hong Kong on July 6, after the national security law rendered their slogans unlawful. Photo: EPA-EFE
Demonstrators display sheets of plain white paper during a protest in a shopping centre in Hong Kong on July 6, after the national security law rendered their slogans unlawful. Photo: EPA-EFE

Letters | National security law, US sanctions: Hong Kong’s ‘mutual destruction’ is going to plan

  • ‘Mutual destruction’ was supposed to be a means to achieve political goals, not the end. Where is the plan to making sure the city’s sacrifices are not in vain?

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Demonstrators display sheets of plain white paper during a protest in a shopping centre in Hong Kong on July 6, after the national security law rendered their slogans unlawful. Photo: EPA-EFE Demonstrators display sheets of plain white paper during a protest in a shopping centre in Hong Kong on July 6, after the national security law rendered their slogans unlawful. Photo: EPA-EFE
Demonstrators display sheets of plain white paper during a protest in a shopping centre in Hong Kong on July 6, after the national security law rendered their slogans unlawful. Photo: EPA-EFE
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