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Banner row has Hong Kong entering the post-truth era

  • Mon, 11 Sep 2017 06:44
Hong Kong may be entering a post-truth era, too. Scanning the websites and online forums of the opposition and those of pro-establishment circles over the past two weeks, you can hardly tell facts from rumours and conspiracy theories. The impression they give is that the only truths are those that accord with your own political stance. The rows over offensive banners put up at several university campuses have been the catalyst, though things have been going downhill in this regard for a long... South China Morning Post - Hong Kong feed


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