Luo Huining, the new director of the central government’s liaison office in Hong Kong, addresses the media on his first day at work. Photo: May Tse
Luo Huining, the new director of the central government’s liaison office in Hong Kong, addresses the media on his first day at work. Photo: May Tse

China’s new top official in Hong Kong hopes city can return to normal, and says ‘one country, two systems’ must be implemented in long-term

  • Luo Huining starts first day on job and says he will do his best ‘with a sincere affection for Hong Kong’
  • Luo calls the civil unrest worrying and hopes city can get ‘back on track’

Luo Huining, the new director of the central government’s liaison office in Hong Kong, addresses the media on his first day at work. Photo: May Tse
Luo Huining, the new director of the central government’s liaison office in Hong Kong, addresses the media on his first day at work. Photo: May Tse
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