It was earlier revealed that the police department was considering offering Lam Wing-kee (in black cap) protection. Photo: Sam TsangIt was earlier revealed that the police department was considering offering Lam Wing-kee (in black cap) protection. Photo: Sam Tsang
It was earlier revealed that the police department was considering offering Lam Wing-kee (in black cap) protection. Photo: Sam Tsang

Followed by strangers, bookseller Lam Wing-kee pulls out of July 1 march fearing ‘serious threat’ to personal safety

Meanwhile, Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office director Wang Guangya accuses Lam of ‘destroying one country, two systems’

Topic |   July 1 march
It was earlier revealed that the police department was considering offering Lam Wing-kee (in black cap) protection. Photo: Sam TsangIt was earlier revealed that the police department was considering offering Lam Wing-kee (in black cap) protection. Photo: Sam Tsang
It was earlier revealed that the police department was considering offering Lam Wing-kee (in black cap) protection. Photo: Sam Tsang
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