Protesters hold up their hands to signify their demands at a demonstration in Causeway Bay on July 1, when the new national security law came into force in Hong Kong. Photo: Bloomberg Protesters hold up their hands to signify their demands at a demonstration in Causeway Bay on July 1, when the new national security law came into force in Hong Kong. Photo: Bloomberg
Protesters hold up their hands to signify their demands at a demonstration in Causeway Bay on July 1, when the new national security law came into force in Hong Kong. Photo: Bloomberg

Letters | Hong Kong leaders can no longer ignore the elephant in the room: the people are angry

  • Although the government has its hands full dealing with various pressing challenges at the moment, it must not delude itself that last year’s fury has dissipated

Topic |   Hong Kong economy
Protesters hold up their hands to signify their demands at a demonstration in Causeway Bay on July 1, when the new national security law came into force in Hong Kong. Photo: Bloomberg Protesters hold up their hands to signify their demands at a demonstration in Causeway Bay on July 1, when the new national security law came into force in Hong Kong. Photo: Bloomberg
Protesters hold up their hands to signify their demands at a demonstration in Causeway Bay on July 1, when the new national security law came into force in Hong Kong. Photo: Bloomberg
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