Why is Beijing’s liaison office going on ‘listening tours’ in Hong Kong and should Carrie Lam worry about a second governing team in charge?


Senior officials from Beijing’s liaison office in Hong Kong emerged from their heavily guarded headquarters in Western district earlier this month and popped up in multiple unexpected locations across the city.The office publicised about 20 such trips by director Luo Huining and his deputies, as they went to various places including a construction site, a fishing village in Lantau, Chinese medicine halls, youth clubs and even fishing boats moored in Aberdeen.After the first day, on the eve of…


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