A black stencil of Hong Kong’s emblem, the bauhinia, is on a wall the morning after clashes between the police and protesters in Sheung Wan. Photo: BloombergA black stencil of Hong Kong’s emblem, the bauhinia, is on a wall the morning after clashes between the police and protesters in Sheung Wan. Photo: Bloomberg
A black stencil of Hong Kong’s emblem, the bauhinia, is on a wall the morning after clashes between the police and protesters in Sheung Wan. Photo: Bloomberg
Bernard Chan
Opinion

Opinion

Bernard Chan

Allowing the unrest to hurt Hong Kong’s image as a safe city will hurt all of us

  • The local stock market is reflecting jitters about local stability. Fears about Hong Kong’s international image and economy affect not only those in the financial sector but, ultimately, everyone in Hong Kong

A black stencil of Hong Kong’s emblem, the bauhinia, is on a wall the morning after clashes between the police and protesters in Sheung Wan. Photo: BloombergA black stencil of Hong Kong’s emblem, the bauhinia, is on a wall the morning after clashes between the police and protesters in Sheung Wan. Photo: Bloomberg
A black stencil of Hong Kong’s emblem, the bauhinia, is on a wall the morning after clashes between the police and protesters in Sheung Wan. Photo: Bloomberg
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