The flags of China and Hong Kong used during the 1997 Hong Kong handover ceremony are displayed at the National Museum of China in Beijing in June 2017. Photo: Reuters The flags of China and Hong Kong used during the 1997 Hong Kong handover ceremony are displayed at the National Museum of China in Beijing in June 2017. Photo: Reuters
The flags of China and Hong Kong used during the 1997 Hong Kong handover ceremony are displayed at the National Museum of China in Beijing in June 2017. Photo: Reuters
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More than loyalty needed as Hong Kong reform turns back clock

  • With Beijing pushing ahead in its electoral shake-up of Hong Kong and universal suffrage further away than ever, room should be allowed for different voices and those with bright ideas, creative solutions and strong political skills

The flags of China and Hong Kong used during the 1997 Hong Kong handover ceremony are displayed at the National Museum of China in Beijing in June 2017. Photo: Reuters The flags of China and Hong Kong used during the 1997 Hong Kong handover ceremony are displayed at the National Museum of China in Beijing in June 2017. Photo: Reuters
The flags of China and Hong Kong used during the 1997 Hong Kong handover ceremony are displayed at the National Museum of China in Beijing in June 2017. Photo: Reuters
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