A protester holds a BN (O) passport as a colonial-era flag is waved in the background during a lunch hour anti-government demonstration at the IFC shopping mall in Hong Kong’s Central business district on May 29. Photo: Winson Wong
A protester holds a BN (O) passport as a colonial-era flag is waved in the background during a lunch hour anti-government demonstration at the IFC shopping mall in Hong Kong’s Central business district on May 29. Photo: Winson Wong

Letters | Hong Kong faced huge threats in 2019: the response must be seen in context

  • The city was subjected to months of violence and destruction amid increasing US-China tensions. The national security law has been applied in keeping with the Basic Law and the Chinese constitution

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
A protester holds a BN (O) passport as a colonial-era flag is waved in the background during a lunch hour anti-government demonstration at the IFC shopping mall in Hong Kong’s Central business district on May 29. Photo: Winson Wong
A protester holds a BN (O) passport as a colonial-era flag is waved in the background during a lunch hour anti-government demonstration at the IFC shopping mall in Hong Kong’s Central business district on May 29. Photo: Winson Wong
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