Hong Kong’s iconic Lion Rock peak, a symbol of the city’s “can-do” spirit, towers over residential buildings in Kowloon. Photo: Sun Yeung Hong Kong’s iconic Lion Rock peak, a symbol of the city’s “can-do” spirit, towers over residential buildings in Kowloon. Photo: Sun Yeung
Hong Kong’s iconic Lion Rock peak, a symbol of the city’s “can-do” spirit, towers over residential buildings in Kowloon. Photo: Sun Yeung

Letters | 2020 nightmare is past, and Hong Kong will endure with faith in the Lion Rock Spirit

  • While the troubles of the year gone by might have seemed insurmountable, Hongkongers should look to previous generations to learn how to survive and thrive

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Hong Kong’s iconic Lion Rock peak, a symbol of the city’s “can-do” spirit, towers over residential buildings in Kowloon. Photo: Sun Yeung Hong Kong’s iconic Lion Rock peak, a symbol of the city’s “can-do” spirit, towers over residential buildings in Kowloon. Photo: Sun Yeung
Hong Kong’s iconic Lion Rock peak, a symbol of the city’s “can-do” spirit, towers over residential buildings in Kowloon. Photo: Sun Yeung
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