A TVB cameraman is harassed and pushed out of the protest zone during a rally in Tamar on June 16. Hong Kong netizens who accuse TVB of biased reporting and call for a boycott of the broadcaster are becoming as extreme as the mainland internet vigilantes who forced Lancôme to cancel Denise Ho’s concert. Photo: Antony Dickson
Audrey Jiajia Li
Opinion

Opinion

Audrey Jiajia Li

Hong Kong protesters must not become the monsters they are fighting and lose moral legitimacy

  • Recent scenes of young Hongkongers ganging up on others who don’t share their views recall the excesses of the Mao era. Behaving so, protesters risk losing the moral authority they have so far accumulated

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A TVB cameraman is harassed and pushed out of the protest zone during a rally in Tamar on June 16. Hong Kong netizens who accuse TVB of biased reporting and call for a boycott of the broadcaster are becoming as extreme as the mainland internet vigilantes who forced Lancôme to cancel Denise Ho’s concert. Photo: Antony Dickson
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