Screens at an electronics store in Sham Shui Po show President Xi Jinping having a meeting with Chief Executive-elect John Lee Ka-chiu in Beijing on May 30. Photo: Edmond So
Screens at an electronics store in Sham Shui Po show President Xi Jinping having a meeting with Chief Executive-elect John Lee Ka-chiu in Beijing on May 30. Photo: Edmond So
Bunn Nagara
Opinion

Opinion

Bunn Nagara

Two years on, national security law proves its worth in safer, more stable Hong Kong

  • Rather than Hong Kong becoming a dystopia, the national security law has strengthened the status quo and returned stability to the streets
  • Beijing could have shown this rebellious city what abandonment looked like, but it kept faith with Hong Kong and the facts speak for themselves

Screens at an electronics store in Sham Shui Po show President Xi Jinping having a meeting with Chief Executive-elect John Lee Ka-chiu in Beijing on May 30. Photo: Edmond So
Screens at an electronics store in Sham Shui Po show President Xi Jinping having a meeting with Chief Executive-elect John Lee Ka-chiu in Beijing on May 30. Photo: Edmond So
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