A river of protesters cuts through Hong Kong’s cityscape on June 16, as an estimated two million people march from Causeway Bay to the government offices in Tamar against the proposal to amend the extradition law. Photo: Robert Ng
Michael Chugani
Opinion

Opinion

Michael Chugani

Beijing’s tightening grip is suffocating freedom-loving Hongkongers. It’s no wonder they keep rising up in protest

  • Beijing needs to understand that the extradition bill is just the latest in a string of proposed policy actions, including national security laws and restrictive universal suffrage, that threaten Hong Kong’s basic character

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A river of protesters cuts through Hong Kong’s cityscape on June 16, as an estimated two million people march from Causeway Bay to the government offices in Tamar against the proposal to amend the extradition law. Photo: Robert Ng
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