Chief Executive John Lee holds a press conference on August 8. Lee has said he hopes to improve public trust in the government. Photo: Nora Tam
Chief Executive John Lee holds a press conference on August 8. Lee has said he hopes to improve public trust in the government. Photo: Nora Tam
Robin Hibberd
Opinion

Opinion

Robin Hibberd

Poor communication over Taiwan, press freedom and 2019 protests costing Hong Kong government public trust

  • The content and tone of communications from Hong Kong officials have become vaguer yet more strident in recent years
  • The use of poorly defined terms and slogan-like phrases is muddling the government’s messaging and eroding its standing with the public

Chief Executive John Lee holds a press conference on August 8. Lee has said he hopes to improve public trust in the government. Photo: Nora Tam
Chief Executive John Lee holds a press conference on August 8. Lee has said he hopes to improve public trust in the government. Photo: Nora Tam
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