A protester holds a BN(O) passport during a protest at IFC Mall on May 29. Photo: Winson Wong A protester holds a BN(O) passport during a protest at IFC Mall on May 29. Photo: Winson Wong
A protester holds a BN(O) passport during a protest at IFC Mall on May 29. Photo: Winson Wong
Peter G. de Krassel
Opinion

Opinion

Peter G. de Krassel

Uncertainty over national security law is pushing Hong Kong people to leave

  • Most Hongkongers can agree on a need for a national security law. But the law should also consider Hongkongers’ concerns and fears, or it could cause an exodus of talent

A protester holds a BN(O) passport during a protest at IFC Mall on May 29. Photo: Winson Wong A protester holds a BN(O) passport during a protest at IFC Mall on May 29. Photo: Winson Wong
A protester holds a BN(O) passport during a protest at IFC Mall on May 29. Photo: Winson Wong
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Peter G. de Krassel

Peter G. de Krassel

Peter G. de Krassel is a strategic analyst, contemporary social commentator, author of the Custom Maid series of books, blogs and co-founder of the Pets Central Veterinary Network [email protected]