Sarah Lee’s ‘Come On’ Facebook post praised as Hongkongers interpret it as support for anti-extradition law protesters

//Sarah Lee’s ‘Come On’ Facebook post praised as Hongkongers interpret it as support for anti-extradition law protesters

Sarah Lee’s ‘Come On’ Facebook post praised as Hongkongers interpret it as support for anti-extradition law protesters

Hong Kong’s world champion cyclist, Sarah Lee Wai-sze, is being praised on social media for a message that simply said “Come On”, with her fans appearing to interpret it as a comment on the street demonstrations in the city against a controversial extradition bill.Lee, Hong Kong’s best hope for a gold medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, wrote “Ka Yau” in Chinese characters on Facebook – which translates as “Come On”.The South China Morning Post asked Lee what she meant by the post but she had yet…

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