Pro-government activist Leticia Lee speaks to reporters at a 2016 press conference. Photo: Dickson Lee Pro-government activist Leticia Lee speaks to reporters at a 2016 press conference. Photo: Dickson Lee
Pro-government activist Leticia Lee speaks to reporters at a 2016 press conference. Photo: Dickson Lee

High-profile Hong Kong activist Leticia Lee, champion of police force and national education, dies at 56

  • Medical sources say the pro-government figure tested preliminary-positive for Covid-19 after death, the cause of which was still unknown
  • Lee rose to prominence in 2012 with the formation of the Parents’ Association, then launched a hunger strike in support of police during Occupy Central

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
Pro-government activist Leticia Lee speaks to reporters at a 2016 press conference. Photo: Dickson Lee Pro-government activist Leticia Lee speaks to reporters at a 2016 press conference. Photo: Dickson Lee
Pro-government activist Leticia Lee speaks to reporters at a 2016 press conference. Photo: Dickson Lee
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