Hong Kong’s civil service chief has thrown his support behind a recently promoted senior official who was accused by Beijing-friendly media of turning a blind eye to the so-called Lennon Walls which carried anti-government messages during the 2019 social unrest.Vivian Lau Lee-kwan, appointed as the permanent secretary for food and health last month, found herself at the centre of a brewing political storm after pro-Beijing newspaper Ta Kung Pao ran a front-page article on her post.The report…



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