Students fighting for universal suffrage during the Umbrella Movement stood ready to be arrested for their cause. Photo: Felix WongStudents fighting for universal suffrage during the Umbrella Movement stood ready to be arrested for their cause. Photo: Felix Wong
Students fighting for universal suffrage during the Umbrella Movement stood ready to be arrested for their cause. Photo: Felix Wong

Today's students in Hong Kong haven't earned their political rights

Raymond Tang says if young people want to be treated as adults, they should act responsibly and be prepared to face the legal consequences when breaking the law, even for a social cause

Students fighting for universal suffrage during the Umbrella Movement stood ready to be arrested for their cause. Photo: Felix WongStudents fighting for universal suffrage during the Umbrella Movement stood ready to be arrested for their cause. Photo: Felix Wong
Students fighting for universal suffrage during the Umbrella Movement stood ready to be arrested for their cause. Photo: Felix Wong
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