Hong Kong police officers stand guard in Mong Kok in response to calls on social media to stage anti-government protests and rally from Jordan to Mong Kok on what would have been the day of the Legislation Council election, on September 6. Photo: May Tse Hong Kong police officers stand guard in Mong Kok in response to calls on social media to stage anti-government protests and rally from Jordan to Mong Kok on what would have been the day of the Legislation Council election, on September 6. Photo: May Tse
Hong Kong police officers stand guard in Mong Kok in response to calls on social media to stage anti-government protests and rally from Jordan to Mong Kok on what would have been the day of the Legislation Council election, on September 6. Photo: May Tse

Letters | Is Hong Kong running out of time to talk about ‘red lines’?

  • Since the national security law was introduced, many Hongkongers feel freedoms shrinking with the setting of ‘red lines’. How long before the right to discuss social issues crosses the line?

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Hong Kong police officers stand guard in Mong Kok in response to calls on social media to stage anti-government protests and rally from Jordan to Mong Kok on what would have been the day of the Legislation Council election, on September 6. Photo: May Tse Hong Kong police officers stand guard in Mong Kok in response to calls on social media to stage anti-government protests and rally from Jordan to Mong Kok on what would have been the day of the Legislation Council election, on September 6. Photo: May Tse
Hong Kong police officers stand guard in Mong Kok in response to calls on social media to stage anti-government protests and rally from Jordan to Mong Kok on what would have been the day of the Legislation Council election, on September 6. Photo: May Tse
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