Protesters gesture with five fingers, signifying “five demands, not one less”, in a shopping centre during a protest on June 1 against China's national security legislation for Hong Kong. Photo: AP Protesters gesture with five fingers, signifying “five demands, not one less”, in a shopping centre during a protest on June 1 against China's national security legislation for Hong Kong. Photo: AP
Protesters gesture with five fingers, signifying “five demands, not one less”, in a shopping centre during a protest on June 1 against China's national security legislation for Hong Kong. Photo: AP
Fred Hu
Opinion

Opinion

Fred Hu

To make Hong Kong safe again, both sides must turn to pragmatic compromise

  • Only constructive negotiations with both sides’ best interests at heart will end the uncertainty and secure a better future for Hong Kong
  • Further destructive protests will only strengthen Beijing’s resolve to impose the national security law on its terms without regard for citizens’ fears

Protesters gesture with five fingers, signifying “five demands, not one less”, in a shopping centre during a protest on June 1 against China's national security legislation for Hong Kong. Photo: AP Protesters gesture with five fingers, signifying “five demands, not one less”, in a shopping centre during a protest on June 1 against China's national security legislation for Hong Kong. Photo: AP
Protesters gesture with five fingers, signifying “five demands, not one less”, in a shopping centre during a protest on June 1 against China's national security legislation for Hong Kong. Photo: AP
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