Hong Kong police officers stand at the entrance to Victoria Park to prevent people from gathering for the annual June 4 vigil in 2021, the 32nd anniversary of the crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrators at Beijing’s Tiananmen Square. Photo: Reuters
Hong Kong police officers stand at the entrance to Victoria Park to prevent people from gathering for the annual June 4 vigil in 2021, the 32nd anniversary of the crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrators at Beijing’s Tiananmen Square. Photo: Reuters
Xi Jinping

Letters | China’s friendship campaign should start at home – with Taiwan, Hong Kong, Tibet and Xinjiang

  • The basis of friendship, whether in diplomacy or domestic relations, is respect for different views. If China can’t win over its compatriots, what are its chances with a sceptical global audience?

Hong Kong police officers stand at the entrance to Victoria Park to prevent people from gathering for the annual June 4 vigil in 2021, the 32nd anniversary of the crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrators at Beijing’s Tiananmen Square. Photo: Reuters
Hong Kong police officers stand at the entrance to Victoria Park to prevent people from gathering for the annual June 4 vigil in 2021, the 32nd anniversary of the crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrators at Beijing’s Tiananmen Square. Photo: Reuters
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