Visitors look at a dragon head for the Tai O dragon boat parade at the Intangible Cultural Heritage Centre in Sam Tung Uk Museum in Tsuen Wan in July 2016. Chinese culture is alive and well in Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee Visitors look at a dragon head for the Tai O dragon boat parade at the Intangible Cultural Heritage Centre in Sam Tung Uk Museum in Tsuen Wan in July 2016. Chinese culture is alive and well in Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee
Visitors look at a dragon head for the Tai O dragon boat parade at the Intangible Cultural Heritage Centre in Sam Tung Uk Museum in Tsuen Wan in July 2016. Chinese culture is alive and well in Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee

Letters | Hong Kong’s love of Chinese history and culture should be enough for Beijing

Topic |   China’s Communist Party
Visitors look at a dragon head for the Tai O dragon boat parade at the Intangible Cultural Heritage Centre in Sam Tung Uk Museum in Tsuen Wan in July 2016. Chinese culture is alive and well in Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee Visitors look at a dragon head for the Tai O dragon boat parade at the Intangible Cultural Heritage Centre in Sam Tung Uk Museum in Tsuen Wan in July 2016. Chinese culture is alive and well in Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee
Visitors look at a dragon head for the Tai O dragon boat parade at the Intangible Cultural Heritage Centre in Sam Tung Uk Museum in Tsuen Wan in July 2016. Chinese culture is alive and well in Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee
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