A man sits in front of riot police during protests against the proposed extradition bill in Hong Kong on Sunday. Photo: Felix Wong A man sits in front of riot police during protests against the proposed extradition bill in Hong Kong on Sunday. Photo: Felix Wong
A man sits in front of riot police during protests against the proposed extradition bill in Hong Kong on Sunday. Photo: Felix Wong
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Hong Kong needs to learn from past if it is to move forward

  • Carrie Lam may have sounded death knell for extradition bill, but many remain unconvinced and greater efforts are needed to tackle discontent

A man sits in front of riot police during protests against the proposed extradition bill in Hong Kong on Sunday. Photo: Felix Wong A man sits in front of riot police during protests against the proposed extradition bill in Hong Kong on Sunday. Photo: Felix Wong
A man sits in front of riot police during protests against the proposed extradition bill in Hong Kong on Sunday. Photo: Felix Wong
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