Legislator Paul Tse Wai-chun says both the government and Beijing’s liaison office in the city had their views on the matter and “we will take reference of their views but we shouldn’t adopt them completely”. Photo: Sam Tsang Legislator Paul Tse Wai-chun says both the government and Beijing’s liaison office in the city had their views on the matter and “we will take reference of their views but we shouldn’t adopt them completely”. Photo: Sam Tsang
Legislator Paul Tse Wai-chun says both the government and Beijing’s liaison office in the city had their views on the matter and “we will take reference of their views but we shouldn’t adopt them completely”. Photo: Sam Tsang

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Legislator Paul Tse Wai-chun says both the government and Beijing’s liaison office in the city had their views on the matter and “we will take reference of their views but we shouldn’t adopt them completely”. Photo: Sam Tsang Legislator Paul Tse Wai-chun says both the government and Beijing’s liaison office in the city had their views on the matter and “we will take reference of their views but we shouldn’t adopt them completely”. Photo: Sam Tsang
Legislator Paul Tse Wai-chun says both the government and Beijing’s liaison office in the city had their views on the matter and “we will take reference of their views but we shouldn’t adopt them completely”. Photo: Sam Tsang
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