The saga was kicked off by remarks from a minister that protests in Hong Kong linked to the Xinjiang fire were national security threats. Photo: Reuters
The saga was kicked off by remarks from a minister that protests in Hong Kong linked to the Xinjiang fire were national security threats. Photo: Reuters

Hong Kong’s Security Bureau accuses former radio host of ‘disregarding the facts’ over opinion piece on minister’s ‘colour revolution’ remarks

  • Article from Tsang Chi-ho questioned security tsar Chris Tang’s characterisation of recent local protests as early stage of ‘colour revolution’
  • Small protests held at university campuses and in Hong Kong’s Central district in support of mainland Chinese demonstrations against Covid curbs

The saga was kicked off by remarks from a minister that protests in Hong Kong linked to the Xinjiang fire were national security threats. Photo: Reuters
The saga was kicked off by remarks from a minister that protests in Hong Kong linked to the Xinjiang fire were national security threats. Photo: Reuters
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