Pedestrians walk along a pavement in Macau on January 22, 2020. Macau residents tend to be less vocal about their dissatisfaction with the government than Hongkongers. Photo: AFP Pedestrians walk along a pavement in Macau on January 22, 2020. Macau residents tend to be less vocal about their dissatisfaction with the government than Hongkongers. Photo: AFP
Pedestrians walk along a pavement in Macau on January 22, 2020. Macau residents tend to be less vocal about their dissatisfaction with the government than Hongkongers. Photo: AFP

Letters | Macau must tolerate dissent or risk the spectre of the Cultural Revolution

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Pedestrians walk along a pavement in Macau on January 22, 2020. Macau residents tend to be less vocal about their dissatisfaction with the government than Hongkongers. Photo: AFP Pedestrians walk along a pavement in Macau on January 22, 2020. Macau residents tend to be less vocal about their dissatisfaction with the government than Hongkongers. Photo: AFP
Pedestrians walk along a pavement in Macau on January 22, 2020. Macau residents tend to be less vocal about their dissatisfaction with the government than Hongkongers. Photo: AFP
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