Police stand guard to deter pro-democracy protesters from blocking roads in Mong Kok on May 27. Photo: AFP Police stand guard to deter pro-democracy protesters from blocking roads in Mong Kok on May 27. Photo: AFP
Police stand guard to deter pro-democracy protesters from blocking roads in Mong Kok on May 27. Photo: AFP
Albert Cheng
Opinion

Opinion

Albert Cheng

Beijing’s national security law sounds the death knell for ‘one country, two systems’ and democracy in Hong Kong

  • With the enactment of a national security law for Hong Kong, most people will eventually give up struggling and accept their destiny. Only some idealistic young people will continue to fight for the impossible dream of full democracy

Police stand guard to deter pro-democracy protesters from blocking roads in Mong Kok on May 27. Photo: AFP Police stand guard to deter pro-democracy protesters from blocking roads in Mong Kok on May 27. Photo: AFP
Police stand guard to deter pro-democracy protesters from blocking roads in Mong Kok on May 27. Photo: AFP
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Albert Cheng

Albert Cheng

Ir. Albert Cheng is the founder of Digital Broadcasting Corporation Hong Kong Limited, a current affairs commentator and columnist. He was formerly a direct elected Hong Kong SAR legislative councillor. Mr Cheng was voted by Time Magazine in 1997 as one of "the 25 most influential people in new Hong Kong" and selected by Business Week in 1998 as one of "the 50 stars of Asia".