The Union flag flies in front of the British Consulate General in Admiralty. Taking Western countries up on their offers of safe haven could give Hongkongers a fuller understanding of the world and their city. Photo: Sam TsangThe Union flag flies in front of the British Consulate General in Admiralty. Taking Western countries up on their offers of safe haven could give Hongkongers a fuller understanding of the world and their city. Photo: Sam Tsang
The Union flag flies in front of the British Consulate General in Admiralty. Taking Western countries up on their offers of safe haven could give Hongkongers a fuller understanding of the world and their city. Photo: Sam Tsang

Letters | Why Hong Kong citizens eyeing life in the West may need a reality check

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
The Union flag flies in front of the British Consulate General in Admiralty. Taking Western countries up on their offers of safe haven could give Hongkongers a fuller understanding of the world and their city. Photo: Sam TsangThe Union flag flies in front of the British Consulate General in Admiralty. Taking Western countries up on their offers of safe haven could give Hongkongers a fuller understanding of the world and their city. Photo: Sam Tsang
The Union flag flies in front of the British Consulate General in Admiralty. Taking Western countries up on their offers of safe haven could give Hongkongers a fuller understanding of the world and their city. Photo: Sam Tsang
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