Residents march through To Kwa Wan on January 26 to protest against what they describe as a nuisance caused by unregulated numbers of tourists from the mainland. Photo: EPA
Bernard Chan
Opinion

Opinion

Bernard Chan

Is Hong Kong reaching a tipping point in public anger? The government must tread carefully

  • Bernard Chan says from calls to build homes on golf course land, to the fuss over tunnel tolls and protests against raising the elderly welfare age limit and mainland shoppers, discontent is festering in Hong Kong, and the government needs to listen

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Residents march through To Kwa Wan on January 26 to protest against what they describe as a nuisance caused by unregulated numbers of tourists from the mainland. Photo: EPA
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