A protester sprays paint on the emblem of Hong Kong after demonstrators stormed the Legislative Council Complex on July 1, 2019, the 22nd anniversary of the city’s return to the sovereignty of mainland China. Photo: Reuters A protester sprays paint on the emblem of Hong Kong after demonstrators stormed the Legislative Council Complex on July 1, 2019, the 22nd anniversary of the city’s return to the sovereignty of mainland China. Photo: Reuters
A protester sprays paint on the emblem of Hong Kong after demonstrators stormed the Legislative Council Complex on July 1, 2019, the 22nd anniversary of the city’s return to the sovereignty of mainland China. Photo: Reuters

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Letters | In the US, a day of violence united the people: not so in Hong Kong

  • Vandalism at the US Capitol galvanised Americans, with even allies abandoning Donald Trump. In Hong Kong, there has been no awakening to the dangers and naivety of rioters’ actions, and they remain geopolitical pawns

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A protester sprays paint on the emblem of Hong Kong after demonstrators stormed the Legislative Council Complex on July 1, 2019, the 22nd anniversary of the city’s return to the sovereignty of mainland China. Photo: Reuters A protester sprays paint on the emblem of Hong Kong after demonstrators stormed the Legislative Council Complex on July 1, 2019, the 22nd anniversary of the city’s return to the sovereignty of mainland China. Photo: Reuters
A protester sprays paint on the emblem of Hong Kong after demonstrators stormed the Legislative Council Complex on July 1, 2019, the 22nd anniversary of the city’s return to the sovereignty of mainland China. Photo: Reuters
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