The Hong Kong and Chinese national flags are seen against the backdrop of Lion Rock mountain, symbolic of the city’s “can do” spirit. Photo: Sun Yeung The Hong Kong and Chinese national flags are seen against the backdrop of Lion Rock mountain, symbolic of the city’s “can do” spirit. Photo: Sun Yeung
The Hong Kong and Chinese national flags are seen against the backdrop of Lion Rock mountain, symbolic of the city’s “can do” spirit. Photo: Sun Yeung

Letters | Hong Kong’s ‘can do’ spirit will not be crushed, despite political overhaul

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Topic |   Hong Kong politics
The Hong Kong and Chinese national flags are seen against the backdrop of Lion Rock mountain, symbolic of the city’s “can do” spirit. Photo: Sun Yeung The Hong Kong and Chinese national flags are seen against the backdrop of Lion Rock mountain, symbolic of the city’s “can do” spirit. Photo: Sun Yeung
The Hong Kong and Chinese national flags are seen against the backdrop of Lion Rock mountain, symbolic of the city’s “can do” spirit. Photo: Sun Yeung
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