A sticker reading “Be Water My Friend” is left on the road during a protest in Causeway Bay on January 1. Hong Kong protesters rang in the new year with a wave of fresh mass demonstrations to maintain pressure on the Beijing-backed government. Six months later, the national security law was in place. Photo: Bloomberg A sticker reading “Be Water My Friend” is left on the road during a protest in Causeway Bay on January 1. Hong Kong protesters rang in the new year with a wave of fresh mass demonstrations to maintain pressure on the Beijing-backed government. Six months later, the national security law was in place. Photo: Bloomberg
A sticker reading “Be Water My Friend” is left on the road during a protest in Causeway Bay on January 1. Hong Kong protesters rang in the new year with a wave of fresh mass demonstrations to maintain pressure on the Beijing-backed government. Six months later, the national security law was in place. Photo: Bloomberg

Letters | How Hong Kong’s democracy camp can ‘be water’ once again

Topic |   Legislative Council of Hong Kong
A sticker reading “Be Water My Friend” is left on the road during a protest in Causeway Bay on January 1. Hong Kong protesters rang in the new year with a wave of fresh mass demonstrations to maintain pressure on the Beijing-backed government. Six months later, the national security law was in place. Photo: Bloomberg A sticker reading “Be Water My Friend” is left on the road during a protest in Causeway Bay on January 1. Hong Kong protesters rang in the new year with a wave of fresh mass demonstrations to maintain pressure on the Beijing-backed government. Six months later, the national security law was in place. Photo: Bloomberg
A sticker reading “Be Water My Friend” is left on the road during a protest in Causeway Bay on January 1. Hong Kong protesters rang in the new year with a wave of fresh mass demonstrations to maintain pressure on the Beijing-backed government. Six months later, the national security law was in place. Photo: Bloomberg
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