Hong Kong localists wave the colonial-era flag in front of the central government's liaison office in Western District. Photo: Dickson LeeHong Kong localists wave the colonial-era flag in front of the central government's liaison office in Western District. Photo: Dickson Lee
Hong Kong localists wave the colonial-era flag in front of the central government's liaison office in Western District. Photo: Dickson Lee
Jason Y Ng
Opinion

Opinion

Jason Y Ng

After Brexit, Hong Kong voters should take a careful look at what our own localist parties are really selling

Jason Ng says Britain’s vote to leave the European Union has sent shock waves around the world, but our city is mired in the same populist anger that fuelled the Leave campaign in the United Kingdom

Hong Kong localists wave the colonial-era flag in front of the central government's liaison office in Western District. Photo: Dickson LeeHong Kong localists wave the colonial-era flag in front of the central government's liaison office in Western District. Photo: Dickson Lee
Hong Kong localists wave the colonial-era flag in front of the central government's liaison office in Western District. Photo: Dickson Lee
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