Members of the Silent Majority of Hong Kong take part in a world-record attempt to form a human chain around The Peak in July 2016. The group, founded by Robert Chow Yun, aimed to counter those involved in the Occupy protests. Photo: David Wong
Members of the Silent Majority of Hong Kong take part in a world-record attempt to form a human chain around The Peak in July 2016. The group, founded by Robert Chow Yun, aimed to counter those involved in the Occupy protests. Photo: David Wong

Hong Kong’s silent majority must make their voices heard, and their by-election votes count

Michael Chugani says the upcoming Legislative Council by-elections are a contest over who lays claim to the voice of Hong Kong. It’s time for the ‘silent majority’ to make itself heard through its votes

Members of the Silent Majority of Hong Kong take part in a world-record attempt to form a human chain around The Peak in July 2016. The group, founded by Robert Chow Yun, aimed to counter those involved in the Occupy protests. Photo: David Wong
Members of the Silent Majority of Hong Kong take part in a world-record attempt to form a human chain around The Peak in July 2016. The group, founded by Robert Chow Yun, aimed to counter those involved in the Occupy protests. Photo: David Wong
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