Tian Feilong says from the start, the political concept of civil disobedience did not befit the circumstances in Hong Kong, and the local version of the movement proved to be a dud, but with disastrous consequences Tian Feilong says from the start, the political concept of civil disobedience did not befit the circumstances in Hong Kong, and the local version of the movement proved to be a dud, but with disastrous consequences
Tian Feilong says from the start, the political concept of civil disobedience did not befit the circumstances in Hong Kong, and the local version of the movement proved to be a dud, but with disastrous consequences
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With jailing of Joshua Wong and fellow activists, civil disobedience loses its allure in Hong Kong as rational thought returns

Tian Feilong says from the start, the political concept of civil disobedience did not befit the circumstances in Hong Kong, and the local version of the movement proved to be a dud, but with disastrous consequences

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Tian Feilong says from the start, the political concept of civil disobedience did not befit the circumstances in Hong Kong, and the local version of the movement proved to be a dud, but with disastrous consequences Tian Feilong says from the start, the political concept of civil disobedience did not befit the circumstances in Hong Kong, and the local version of the movement proved to be a dud, but with disastrous consequences
Tian Feilong says from the start, the political concept of civil disobedience did not befit the circumstances in Hong Kong, and the local version of the movement proved to be a dud, but with disastrous consequences
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