Hong Kong protests resume as Chinese moves suggest end of two-state system


Police have ordered protests in Hong Kong to stop, citing social distancing rules. The renewed protests are to oppose the Chinese plan to write a new national security law for Hong Kong, as well as a separate plan by Hong Kong officials to criminalise disrespect for the Chinese national anthem. Many believe the protests will escalate as social distancing restrictions ease.

Writer: Vivan Wang and Austin Ramzy
Publication: New York Times