Occupy Central leaders Shiu Ka-chun, Chan Kin-man, Chu Yiu-ming, Benny Tai and Tanya Chan arrive at the West Kowloon Magistrates' Courts in Sham Shui Po ahead of their trial for public nuisance charges. Photo: Sam Tsang Occupy Central leaders Shiu Ka-chun, Chan Kin-man, Chu Yiu-ming, Benny Tai and Tanya Chan arrive at the West Kowloon Magistrates' Courts in Sham Shui Po ahead of their trial for public nuisance charges. Photo: Sam Tsang
Occupy Central leaders Shiu Ka-chun, Chan Kin-man, Chu Yiu-ming, Benny Tai and Tanya Chan arrive at the West Kowloon Magistrates' Courts in Sham Shui Po ahead of their trial for public nuisance charges. Photo: Sam Tsang
Brian Y. S. Wong
Opinion

Opinion

Brian Y. S. Wong

After the Occupy verdicts, both the establishment and pan-democrats have work to do in healing Hong Kong

  • It’s in the interests of both the pan-democrats and the pro-Beijing crowd to work together on issues of vital importance to Hongkongers, from housing to education and equality

Occupy Central leaders Shiu Ka-chun, Chan Kin-man, Chu Yiu-ming, Benny Tai and Tanya Chan arrive at the West Kowloon Magistrates' Courts in Sham Shui Po ahead of their trial for public nuisance charges. Photo: Sam Tsang Occupy Central leaders Shiu Ka-chun, Chan Kin-man, Chu Yiu-ming, Benny Tai and Tanya Chan arrive at the West Kowloon Magistrates' Courts in Sham Shui Po ahead of their trial for public nuisance charges. Photo: Sam Tsang
Occupy Central leaders Shiu Ka-chun, Chan Kin-man, Chu Yiu-ming, Benny Tai and Tanya Chan arrive at the West Kowloon Magistrates' Courts in Sham Shui Po ahead of their trial for public nuisance charges. Photo: Sam Tsang
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Brian Y. S. Wong

Brian Y. S. Wong

Brian Wong is a DPhil in Politics candidate at Balliol College, Oxford, a Rhodes Scholar (Hong Kong 2020), and the founding editor-in-chief of the Oxford Political Review.