A man holds up a US flag outside the US Consulate General in Hong Kong on Independence Day on July 4. Photo: EPA-EFEA man holds up a US flag outside the US Consulate General in Hong Kong on Independence Day on July 4. Photo: EPA-EFE
A man holds up a US flag outside the US Consulate General in Hong Kong on Independence Day on July 4. Photo: EPA-EFE
Regina Ip
Opinion

Opinion

Regina Ip

The US may be curtailing Hong Kong’s autonomy more than China

  • Hong Kong’s unique character has been damaged by Washington’s policy change and imposition of sanctions. This will only lead Hong Kong to turn more to the Greater Bay Area for its economic survival, and US influence on the city would diminish

A man holds up a US flag outside the US Consulate General in Hong Kong on Independence Day on July 4. Photo: EPA-EFEA man holds up a US flag outside the US Consulate General in Hong Kong on Independence Day on July 4. Photo: EPA-EFE
A man holds up a US flag outside the US Consulate General in Hong Kong on Independence Day on July 4. Photo: EPA-EFE
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