Chief Executive Carrie Lam arrives for a press conference at the Hong Kong government headquarters on November 25, after delivering her annual policy address at the Legislative Council. Photo: AFP Chief Executive Carrie Lam arrives for a press conference at the Hong Kong government headquarters on November 25, after delivering her annual policy address at the Legislative Council. Photo: AFP
Chief Executive Carrie Lam arrives for a press conference at the Hong Kong government headquarters on November 25, after delivering her annual policy address at the Legislative Council. Photo: AFP
Michael Chugani
Opinion

Opinion

Michael Chugani

With pro-Beijing media setting Hong Kong’s red lines, Carrie Lam’s policy address offers little hope

  • The chief executive has said the blue cover of her policy address represents hope and that the national security law will not curb freedoms in Hong Kong. However, a manufacturer’s decision to suspend its business after pro-Beijing media accused it of violating the new law indicates it is having a chilling effect

Chief Executive Carrie Lam arrives for a press conference at the Hong Kong government headquarters on November 25, after delivering her annual policy address at the Legislative Council. Photo: AFP Chief Executive Carrie Lam arrives for a press conference at the Hong Kong government headquarters on November 25, after delivering her annual policy address at the Legislative Council. Photo: AFP
Chief Executive Carrie Lam arrives for a press conference at the Hong Kong government headquarters on November 25, after delivering her annual policy address at the Legislative Council. Photo: AFP
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Michael Chugani

Michael Chugani

Michael Chugani is a Hong Kong journalist and TV show host