A demonstrator holds up a sign during a “Bar Lives Matter” protest in Austin, Texas. Photo: Bloomberg A demonstrator holds up a sign during a “Bar Lives Matter” protest in Austin, Texas. Photo: Bloomberg
A demonstrator holds up a sign during a “Bar Lives Matter” protest in Austin, Texas. Photo: Bloomberg
Dabing Li
Opinion

Opinion

Dabing Li

West’s criticism of national security law exposes its own flawed system of ‘liberal democracy’

  • US leaders have been quick to bash China rather than cure their own ills, from record numbers of Covid-19 infections to high unemployment and fiscal profligacy. The national security law has now become a convenient scapegoat

A demonstrator holds up a sign during a “Bar Lives Matter” protest in Austin, Texas. Photo: Bloomberg A demonstrator holds up a sign during a “Bar Lives Matter” protest in Austin, Texas. Photo: Bloomberg
A demonstrator holds up a sign during a “Bar Lives Matter” protest in Austin, Texas. Photo: Bloomberg
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Dabing Li

Dabing Li

Dabing Li worked in China, the US and Hong Kong as a textile salesman, a trade official, banker, consultant and entrepreneur. Now retired, he resides in Singapore, Shanghai and Hong Kong.