A protester holds up five fingers symbolising the movement’s five demands, including universal suffrage, during the annual New Year’s Day pro-democracy march, in Causeway Bay on January 1, 2020. Photo: Sam Tsang A protester holds up five fingers symbolising the movement’s five demands, including universal suffrage, during the annual New Year’s Day pro-democracy march, in Causeway Bay on January 1, 2020. Photo: Sam Tsang
A protester holds up five fingers symbolising the movement’s five demands, including universal suffrage, during the annual New Year’s Day pro-democracy march, in Causeway Bay on January 1, 2020. Photo: Sam Tsang

Letters | Why Hong Kong should not be obsessed with democracy

Topic |   Hong Kong Basic Law
A protester holds up five fingers symbolising the movement’s five demands, including universal suffrage, during the annual New Year’s Day pro-democracy march, in Causeway Bay on January 1, 2020. Photo: Sam Tsang A protester holds up five fingers symbolising the movement’s five demands, including universal suffrage, during the annual New Year’s Day pro-democracy march, in Causeway Bay on January 1, 2020. Photo: Sam Tsang
A protester holds up five fingers symbolising the movement’s five demands, including universal suffrage, during the annual New Year’s Day pro-democracy march, in Causeway Bay on January 1, 2020. Photo: Sam Tsang
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