A group of graduates hold up placards and a banner that reads “Anthem law today, Article 23 tomorrow” during Chinese University of Hong Kong’s congregation for the conferment of degrees in Sha Tin on November 15. Photo: Felix Wong
Brian YS Wong
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Brian YS Wong

How Hong Kong’s dispirited youth can be a force for change by looking beyond politics

  • Brian YS Wong says while contesting elections is a valuable experience for young people, they could also consider other forms of public service, such as taking part in government schemes or joining non-profit organisations

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A group of graduates hold up placards and a banner that reads “Anthem law today, Article 23 tomorrow” during Chinese University of Hong Kong’s congregation for the conferment of degrees in Sha Tin on November 15. Photo: Felix Wong
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