Dr Benjamin Au Yeung Wai-hoo, popularly known as “Ben Sir” for his television appearances promoting Cantonese, poses with a banner that says “Cantonese won't die”, at Hong Kong’s Victoria Park in November 2017. Photo: Sam Tsang

Cantonese is not just Hong Kong’s mother tongue, it is a part of the city’s living culture

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Dr Benjamin Au Yeung Wai-hoo, popularly known as “Ben Sir” for his television appearances promoting Cantonese, poses with a banner that says “Cantonese won't die”, at Hong Kong’s Victoria Park in November 2017. Photo: Sam Tsang
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