By-election candidate Lee Cheuk-yan faces the audience while Frederick Fung congratulates election winner Chan Hoi-yan at the Tiu Keng Leng Sports Centre in Tseung Kwan O after the Legislative Council Kowloon West by-election result was announced on November 26. Chan won with 106,457 votes. Photo: Sam Tsang
Mike Rowse
Opinion

Opinion

Mike Rowse

What Hong Kong pan-democrats must say to even get to the election starting line, and other helpful hints

  • Mike Rowse says Lee Cheuk-yan’s defeat in the West Kowloon by-election should press home the point that pan-democrats urgently need a course correction
  • They must completely disassociate themselves from pro-independence advocates and stick to grass-roots issues

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By-election candidate Lee Cheuk-yan faces the audience while Frederick Fung congratulates election winner Chan Hoi-yan at the Tiu Keng Leng Sports Centre in Tseung Kwan O after the Legislative Council Kowloon West by-election result was announced on November 26. Chan won with 106,457 votes. Photo: Sam Tsang
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