Anti-government protesters strew a street in Mong Kok with broken bricks after the police banned a planned march on October 20, 2019. Photo: Felix Wong Anti-government protesters strew a street in Mong Kok with broken bricks after the police banned a planned march on October 20, 2019. Photo: Felix Wong
Anti-government protesters strew a street in Mong Kok with broken bricks after the police banned a planned march on October 20, 2019. Photo: Felix Wong
Vijay Verghese
Opinion

Opinion

Vijay Verghese

Protests, national security law and Donald Trump’s response show Hong Kong must act quickly to rebuild confidence

  • Hongkongers acted as one to contain the spread of Covid-19. This pro-Hong Kong spirit is called for to ensure safeguards are built into the national security law to reassure the international community

Anti-government protesters strew a street in Mong Kok with broken bricks after the police banned a planned march on October 20, 2019. Photo: Felix Wong Anti-government protesters strew a street in Mong Kok with broken bricks after the police banned a planned march on October 20, 2019. Photo: Felix Wong
Anti-government protesters strew a street in Mong Kok with broken bricks after the police banned a planned march on October 20, 2019. Photo: Felix Wong
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