A police officer carries out a stop-and-search on a student journalist in Mong Kok on August 11, 2020. Photo: NurPhoto via Getty Images A police officer carries out a stop-and-search on a student journalist in Mong Kok on August 11, 2020. Photo: NurPhoto via Getty Images
A police officer carries out a stop-and-search on a student journalist in Mong Kok on August 11, 2020. Photo: NurPhoto via Getty Images

Letters | Fake news law: Hong Kong media will have only itself to blame

  • In terms of the overall coverage of Hong Kong’s troubles, starting in 2014 with the Occupy Central disturbances, both the local and international media gave a consistently biased and distorted view

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
A police officer carries out a stop-and-search on a student journalist in Mong Kok on August 11, 2020. Photo: NurPhoto via Getty Images A police officer carries out a stop-and-search on a student journalist in Mong Kok on August 11, 2020. Photo: NurPhoto via Getty Images
A police officer carries out a stop-and-search on a student journalist in Mong Kok on August 11, 2020. Photo: NurPhoto via Getty Images
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