Two women look up at a banner advertising the national security law on Albany Road in Central on June 30. The law, unanimously passed in Beijing, took effect in Hong Kong at 11pm that day. Photo: Felix Wong Two women look up at a banner advertising the national security law on Albany Road in Central on June 30. The law, unanimously passed in Beijing, took effect in Hong Kong at 11pm that day. Photo: Felix Wong
Two women look up at a banner advertising the national security law on Albany Road in Central on June 30. The law, unanimously passed in Beijing, took effect in Hong Kong at 11pm that day. Photo: Felix Wong

Letters | Why compulsory patriotism may be overkill for Hong Kong

  • If the national security law is so good for us, why does it have to be advertised and explained almost daily?

Topic |   Hong Kong Basic Law
Two women look up at a banner advertising the national security law on Albany Road in Central on June 30. The law, unanimously passed in Beijing, took effect in Hong Kong at 11pm that day. Photo: Felix Wong Two women look up at a banner advertising the national security law on Albany Road in Central on June 30. The law, unanimously passed in Beijing, took effect in Hong Kong at 11pm that day. Photo: Felix Wong
Two women look up at a banner advertising the national security law on Albany Road in Central on June 30. The law, unanimously passed in Beijing, took effect in Hong Kong at 11pm that day. Photo: Felix Wong
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