Office and bank buildings in Hong Kong in July 2019. The bank accounts of some people linked to protests have been frozen. Photo: Bloomberg Office and bank buildings in Hong Kong in July 2019. The bank accounts of some people linked to protests have been frozen. Photo: Bloomberg
Office and bank buildings in Hong Kong in July 2019. The bank accounts of some people linked to protests have been frozen. Photo: Bloomberg
Michael Chugani
Opinion

Opinion

Michael Chugani

Why Carrie Lam has no hope of restoring trust or Hong Kong’s international image

  • The world now sees Hong Kong as a city that limits free speech, restricts protests, reins in the media, crushes the opposition with waves of arrests, and freezes bank accounts, all in the name of national security

Office and bank buildings in Hong Kong in July 2019. The bank accounts of some people linked to protests have been frozen. Photo: Bloomberg Office and bank buildings in Hong Kong in July 2019. The bank accounts of some people linked to protests have been frozen. Photo: Bloomberg
Office and bank buildings in Hong Kong in July 2019. The bank accounts of some people linked to protests have been frozen. Photo: Bloomberg
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Michael Chugani

Michael Chugani

Michael Chugani is a Hong Kong journalist and TV show host