Young Hong Kong soccer fans turn their backs on the pitch, with some holding up an independence banner, as the national anthem plays before a 2019 Asian Cup qualification match with Malaysia, on October 10. Photo: Dickson Lee Young Hong Kong soccer fans turn their backs on the pitch, with some holding up an independence banner, as the national anthem plays before a 2019 Asian Cup qualification match with Malaysia, on October 10. Photo: Dickson Lee
Young Hong Kong soccer fans turn their backs on the pitch, with some holding up an independence banner, as the national anthem plays before a 2019 Asian Cup qualification match with Malaysia, on October 10. Photo: Dickson Lee
Hong Kong youth

Hong Kong’s youth must stop demonising China to have a brighter future

Nixie Lam says prejudice towards mainland China and turning a blind eye to its phenomenal growth are self-defeating for the younger generation in Hong Kong, when they can gain so much from the special connection

Topic |   Hong Kong youth
Young Hong Kong soccer fans turn their backs on the pitch, with some holding up an independence banner, as the national anthem plays before a 2019 Asian Cup qualification match with Malaysia, on October 10. Photo: Dickson Lee Young Hong Kong soccer fans turn their backs on the pitch, with some holding up an independence banner, as the national anthem plays before a 2019 Asian Cup qualification match with Malaysia, on October 10. Photo: Dickson Lee
Young Hong Kong soccer fans turn their backs on the pitch, with some holding up an independence banner, as the national anthem plays before a 2019 Asian Cup qualification match with Malaysia, on October 10. Photo: Dickson Lee
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