Protesters display sheets of plain white paper during a protest in a shopping mall in Hong Kong. Photo: EPA-EFE Protesters display sheets of plain white paper during a protest in a shopping mall in Hong Kong. Photo: EPA-EFE
Protesters display sheets of plain white paper during a protest in a shopping mall in Hong Kong. Photo: EPA-EFE
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National security law’s new powers and sanctions must be used with caution

  • The uncertainties brought by the new regime have reinforced worries of Hong Kong sailing into unchartered waters. It is important that the new legislation is enforced in a way that does not compromise confidence in “one county, two systems”

Protesters display sheets of plain white paper during a protest in a shopping mall in Hong Kong. Photo: EPA-EFE Protesters display sheets of plain white paper during a protest in a shopping mall in Hong Kong. Photo: EPA-EFE
Protesters display sheets of plain white paper during a protest in a shopping mall in Hong Kong. Photo: EPA-EFE
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