Hong Kong’s Chief Executive Carrie Lam speaks as new Chief Secretary John Lee, centre, and new Commissioner of Police Raymond Siu Chak-yee look on, during a news conference in Hong Kong on June 25. Photo: AP
Hong Kong’s Chief Executive Carrie Lam speaks as new Chief Secretary John Lee, centre, and new Commissioner of Police Raymond Siu Chak-yee look on, during a news conference in Hong Kong on June 25. Photo: AP

Letters | There is more to Hong Kong than the national security law

  • Demoting poverty alleviation and issues concerning ethnic minority groups to secondary concerns is unacceptable, but ignoring our city’s youth is unforgivable

Hong Kong’s Chief Executive Carrie Lam speaks as new Chief Secretary John Lee, centre, and new Commissioner of Police Raymond Siu Chak-yee look on, during a news conference in Hong Kong on June 25. Photo: AP
Hong Kong’s Chief Executive Carrie Lam speaks as new Chief Secretary John Lee, centre, and new Commissioner of Police Raymond Siu Chak-yee look on, during a news conference in Hong Kong on June 25. Photo: AP
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