Professor Lau Siu-ka says the central government believed many Hongkongers did not understand its policies and tended to focus only on the "two systems" side of the equation. Photo: Sam Tsang Professor Lau Siu-ka says the central government believed many Hongkongers did not understand its policies and tended to focus only on the "two systems" side of the equation. Photo: Sam Tsang
Professor Lau Siu-ka says the central government believed many Hongkongers did not understand its policies and tended to focus only on the "two systems" side of the equation. Photo: Sam Tsang

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Professor Lau Siu-ka says the central government believed many Hongkongers did not understand its policies and tended to focus only on the "two systems" side of the equation. Photo: Sam Tsang Professor Lau Siu-ka says the central government believed many Hongkongers did not understand its policies and tended to focus only on the "two systems" side of the equation. Photo: Sam Tsang
Professor Lau Siu-ka says the central government believed many Hongkongers did not understand its policies and tended to focus only on the "two systems" side of the equation. Photo: Sam Tsang
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