People leave floral tributes to “boss lady” Queen Elizabeth outside the British consulate in Admiralty, Hong Kong, on September 19. Photo: Sam Tsang
People leave floral tributes to “boss lady” Queen Elizabeth outside the British consulate in Admiralty, Hong Kong, on September 19. Photo: Sam Tsang
Bernard Chan
Opinion

Opinion

Bernard Chan

Queen Elizabeth’s sense of duty and work ethic struck a chord in Asia

  • The death of Britain’s longest-serving monarch raised questions about the monarchy’s future and complex feelings about colonialism
  • However, in Asia, where self-sacrifice and filial piety are highly valued, her lifelong devotion to service also touched many

People leave floral tributes to “boss lady” Queen Elizabeth outside the British consulate in Admiralty, Hong Kong, on September 19. Photo: Sam Tsang
People leave floral tributes to “boss lady” Queen Elizabeth outside the British consulate in Admiralty, Hong Kong, on September 19. Photo: Sam Tsang
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