Friedrich Wu says the political and socio-economic malaise that has been brewing here for the past decade is coming to a head with recent economic headwinds that are exposing the city’s fading competitiveness in its key industries. The anger that led to the Occupy protests in 2014 is still roiling

The summer of Hong Kong’s discontent, 20 years after its return to China

Friedrich Wu says the political and socio-economic malaise that has been brewing here for the past decade is coming to a head with recent economic headwinds that are exposing the city’s fading competitiveness in its key industries. The anger that led to the Occupy protests in 2014 is still roiling

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Friedrich Wu says the political and socio-economic malaise that has been brewing here for the past decade is coming to a head with recent economic headwinds that are exposing the city’s fading competitiveness in its key industries. The anger that led to the Occupy protests in 2014 is still roiling
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