Demosisto chairman Nathan Law speaks at the party’s first anniversary celebration last month. Photo: DemosistoDemosisto chairman Nathan Law speaks at the party’s first anniversary celebration last month. Photo: Demosisto
Demosisto chairman Nathan Law speaks at the party’s first anniversary celebration last month. Photo: Demosisto
Jason Y Ng
Opinion

Opinion

As I see it by Jason Y Ng

Hong Kong’s youngest political party Demosisto undeterred by a year of false starts and setbacks

Jason Y. Ng says the young opposition politicians have not only had to deal with legal action, personal attacks and the everyday challenges thrown their way by the authorities, but they also face a steep learning curve responding to the needs of the people they serve

Demosisto chairman Nathan Law speaks at the party’s first anniversary celebration last month. Photo: DemosistoDemosisto chairman Nathan Law speaks at the party’s first anniversary celebration last month. Photo: Demosisto
Demosisto chairman Nathan Law speaks at the party’s first anniversary celebration last month. Photo: Demosisto
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