Protesters raise their hands to symbolise the five demands of the pro-democracy movement on December 1, 2019. In August, two protesters were ridiculed online for being unable to speak fluent English to reporters. Photo: AP Protesters raise their hands to symbolise the five demands of the pro-democracy movement on December 1, 2019. In August, two protesters were ridiculed online for being unable to speak fluent English to reporters. Photo: AP
Protesters raise their hands to symbolise the five demands of the pro-democracy movement on December 1, 2019. In August, two protesters were ridiculed online for being unable to speak fluent English to reporters. Photo: AP

Letters | Hong Kong protester duo, ridiculed for their poor English skills, should not be discouraged

Topic |   Cantonese
Protesters raise their hands to symbolise the five demands of the pro-democracy movement on December 1, 2019. In August, two protesters were ridiculed online for being unable to speak fluent English to reporters. Photo: AP Protesters raise their hands to symbolise the five demands of the pro-democracy movement on December 1, 2019. In August, two protesters were ridiculed online for being unable to speak fluent English to reporters. Photo: AP
Protesters raise their hands to symbolise the five demands of the pro-democracy movement on December 1, 2019. In August, two protesters were ridiculed online for being unable to speak fluent English to reporters. Photo: AP
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