Health care professionals take a sample from a man at a centre in Queen Elizabeth Stadium in Wan Chai on September 1 as part of Hong Kong’s universal community testing programme. Photo: Sam TsangHealth care professionals take a sample from a man at a centre in Queen Elizabeth Stadium in Wan Chai on September 1 as part of Hong Kong’s universal community testing programme. Photo: Sam Tsang
Health care professionals take a sample from a man at a centre in Queen Elizabeth Stadium in Wan Chai on September 1 as part of Hong Kong’s universal community testing programme. Photo: Sam Tsang
Mike Rowse
Opinion

Opinion

Mike Rowse

Reaction to Hong Kong’s mass coronavirus testing reveals city’s Pavlovian politics

  • While the opposition tends to object to any proposal coming from the chief executive or the central government, Carrie Lam has also reacted defensively to legitimate questions about her policies

Health care professionals take a sample from a man at a centre in Queen Elizabeth Stadium in Wan Chai on September 1 as part of Hong Kong’s universal community testing programme. Photo: Sam TsangHealth care professionals take a sample from a man at a centre in Queen Elizabeth Stadium in Wan Chai on September 1 as part of Hong Kong’s universal community testing programme. Photo: Sam Tsang
Health care professionals take a sample from a man at a centre in Queen Elizabeth Stadium in Wan Chai on September 1 as part of Hong Kong’s universal community testing programme. Photo: Sam Tsang
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