Protesters tie yellow ribbons to barriers outside the China Liaison Office. Despite claims that Lee Bo went to the mainland on his own, many Hongkongers still suspect mainland law enforcement to be involved in his disappearance, with thousands taking to the street in protest. Photo: EPA Protesters tie yellow ribbons to barriers outside the China Liaison Office. Despite claims that Lee Bo went to the mainland on his own, many Hongkongers still suspect mainland law enforcement to be involved in his disappearance, with thousands taking to the street in protest. Photo: EPA
Protesters tie yellow ribbons to barriers outside the China Liaison Office. Despite claims that Lee Bo went to the mainland on his own, many Hongkongers still suspect mainland law enforcement to be involved in his disappearance, with thousands taking to the street in protest. Photo: EPA

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Protesters tie yellow ribbons to barriers outside the China Liaison Office. Despite claims that Lee Bo went to the mainland on his own, many Hongkongers still suspect mainland law enforcement to be involved in his disappearance, with thousands taking to the street in protest. Photo: EPA Protesters tie yellow ribbons to barriers outside the China Liaison Office. Despite claims that Lee Bo went to the mainland on his own, many Hongkongers still suspect mainland law enforcement to be involved in his disappearance, with thousands taking to the street in protest. Photo: EPA
Protesters tie yellow ribbons to barriers outside the China Liaison Office. Despite claims that Lee Bo went to the mainland on his own, many Hongkongers still suspect mainland law enforcement to be involved in his disappearance, with thousands taking to the street in protest. Photo: EPA
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