A view of the Hong Kong Island skyline from across Victoria Harbour at dusk on June 29. The national security law came into force at 11pm the following day. Photo: ReutersA view of the Hong Kong Island skyline from across Victoria Harbour at dusk on June 29. The national security law came into force at 11pm the following day. Photo: Reuters
A view of the Hong Kong Island skyline from across Victoria Harbour at dusk on June 29. The national security law came into force at 11pm the following day. Photo: Reuters

Letters | National security law: if Hongkongers are worried, they should walk the talk

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
A view of the Hong Kong Island skyline from across Victoria Harbour at dusk on June 29. The national security law came into force at 11pm the following day. Photo: ReutersA view of the Hong Kong Island skyline from across Victoria Harbour at dusk on June 29. The national security law came into force at 11pm the following day. Photo: Reuters
A view of the Hong Kong Island skyline from across Victoria Harbour at dusk on June 29. The national security law came into force at 11pm the following day. Photo: Reuters
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