Chen Zuoer, former deputy director of the State Council Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office, said the movement had not only affected Hong Kong's economy, but also harmed its rule of law. Photo: May Tse Chen Zuoer, former deputy director of the State Council Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office, said the movement had not only affected Hong Kong's economy, but also harmed its rule of law. Photo: May Tse
Chen Zuoer, former deputy director of the State Council Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office, said the movement had not only affected Hong Kong's economy, but also harmed its rule of law. Photo: May Tse
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Protesters not sincere in ending impasse: mainland commentary

Mainland commentary slams demonstrators for basking in Western media spotlight

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Chen Zuoer, former deputy director of the State Council Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office, said the movement had not only affected Hong Kong's economy, but also harmed its rule of law. Photo: May Tse Chen Zuoer, former deputy director of the State Council Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office, said the movement had not only affected Hong Kong's economy, but also harmed its rule of law. Photo: May Tse
Chen Zuoer, former deputy director of the State Council Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office, said the movement had not only affected Hong Kong's economy, but also harmed its rule of law. Photo: May Tse
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