Protesters have repeatedly taken to the streets to rail against the now-shelved extradition bill. Photo: EPA

Hong Kong anti-government protesters reject Beijing’s claim that an inquiry into unrest could only start if they stop taking to the streets

  • Director of Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office leaves open possibility of commission to investigate recent unrest, but says demonstrations must ends first
  • Protesters tell reporters they have ‘no trust in the government’
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition bill

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Protesters have repeatedly taken to the streets to rail against the now-shelved extradition bill. Photo: EPA
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Kimmy Chung

Kimmy Chung

Kimmy Chung joined the Post in 2017 and reports for the Hong Kong desk on local politics and Hong Kong-mainland issues. Prior to joining the Post, she covered Hong Kong politics and social policies for more than six years for different media outlets.

Su Xinqi

Su Xinqi

Su Xinqi covers Hong Kong-mainland relational issues for the Post's Hong Kong desk. She has previously worked for Reuters and Initium Media in a variety of roles including researcher, content producer, and news editor.