Screen capture of a video session in which seven activists – Nathan Law, Sunny Cheung, Ted Hui, Brian Leung, Glacier Kwong, Ray Wong Toi-yeung and Baggio Leung – launch the ‘2021 Hong Kong Charter’. Photo: Stand News Screen capture of a video session in which seven activists – Nathan Law, Sunny Cheung, Ted Hui, Brian Leung, Glacier Kwong, Ray Wong Toi-yeung and Baggio Leung – launch the ‘2021 Hong Kong Charter’. Photo: Stand News
Screen capture of a video session in which seven activists – Nathan Law, Sunny Cheung, Ted Hui, Brian Leung, Glacier Kwong, Ray Wong Toi-yeung and Baggio Leung – launch the ‘2021 Hong Kong Charter’. Photo: Stand News
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Think twice before signing ‘2021 Hong Kong Charter’

  • An international campaign by exiled political activists to undermine Hong Kong and China is likely to do more harm than good to the city and put its supporters – here and abroad – at risk of breaching the national security law

Screen capture of a video session in which seven activists – Nathan Law, Sunny Cheung, Ted Hui, Brian Leung, Glacier Kwong, Ray Wong Toi-yeung and Baggio Leung – launch the ‘2021 Hong Kong Charter’. Photo: Stand News Screen capture of a video session in which seven activists – Nathan Law, Sunny Cheung, Ted Hui, Brian Leung, Glacier Kwong, Ray Wong Toi-yeung and Baggio Leung – launch the ‘2021 Hong Kong Charter’. Photo: Stand News
Screen capture of a video session in which seven activists – Nathan Law, Sunny Cheung, Ted Hui, Brian Leung, Glacier Kwong, Ray Wong Toi-yeung and Baggio Leung – launch the ‘2021 Hong Kong Charter’. Photo: Stand News
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