The rule of law in Hong Kong is being eroded, little by little. The rule of law in Hong Kong is being eroded, little by little.
The rule of law in Hong Kong is being eroded, little by little.
Philip Bowring
Opinion

Opinion

Philip Bowring

One law for us, and another for the favoured few

Philip Bowring says it can only be to Hong Kong's great detriment that, from political fundraising to fisheries protection, the rule of law appears to have been applied selectively

The rule of law in Hong Kong is being eroded, little by little. The rule of law in Hong Kong is being eroded, little by little.
The rule of law in Hong Kong is being eroded, little by little.
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Philip Bowring

Philip Bowring

Philip Bowring has been based in Asia for 39 years writing on regional financial and political issues. He has been a columnist for the South China Morning Post since the mid-1990s and for the International Herald Tribune from 1992 to 2011. He also contributes regularly to the Wall Street Journal, www.asiasentinel.com, a website of which he is a founder, and elsewhere. Prior to 1992 he was with the weekly Far Eastern Economic Review, latterly as editor.