A protester adds to a wall of notes and posters related to the anti-government movement in Hong Kong, as hundreds of Hongkongers gathered near Yuen Long station on January 21 to mark the six-month anniversary of a mob attack on train passengers. Photo: Sam TsangA protester adds to a wall of notes and posters related to the anti-government movement in Hong Kong, as hundreds of Hongkongers gathered near Yuen Long station on January 21 to mark the six-month anniversary of a mob attack on train passengers. Photo: Sam Tsang
A protester adds to a wall of notes and posters related to the anti-government movement in Hong Kong, as hundreds of Hongkongers gathered near Yuen Long station on January 21 to mark the six-month anniversary of a mob attack on train passengers. Photo: Sam Tsang
Michael Chugani
Opinion

Opinion

Michael Chugani

How has Hong Kong lost its freedoms? Let me count the ways

  • The oft-repeated claim by Beijing loyalists that the city’s freedoms are intact does not stand up to scrutiny. Beijing’s attack on Hong Kong’s core values, to make it more aligned with mainland China, is insidious and very real

A protester adds to a wall of notes and posters related to the anti-government movement in Hong Kong, as hundreds of Hongkongers gathered near Yuen Long station on January 21 to mark the six-month anniversary of a mob attack on train passengers. Photo: Sam TsangA protester adds to a wall of notes and posters related to the anti-government movement in Hong Kong, as hundreds of Hongkongers gathered near Yuen Long station on January 21 to mark the six-month anniversary of a mob attack on train passengers. Photo: Sam Tsang
A protester adds to a wall of notes and posters related to the anti-government movement in Hong Kong, as hundreds of Hongkongers gathered near Yuen Long station on January 21 to mark the six-month anniversary of a mob attack on train passengers. Photo: Sam Tsang
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