A demonstrator’s hard hat spells out her message, as protesters disrupt train services at Admiralty MTR station during the morning rush hour on July 24. The protest was a response to the violence at Yuen Long MTR station late on July 21, when a mob of men in white T-shirts brutally attacked passengers, passers-by and those returning from an earlier demonstration in Central. Photo: Bloomberg

What Hong Kong needs right now is leadership: Carrie Lam is not providing it

  • The chief executive and her team have repeatedly condemned the violence but offered no leadership and no solution
  • Our highly paid public servants need to offer something other than bureaucratic doublespeak and a fear of losing face
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A demonstrator’s hard hat spells out her message, as protesters disrupt train services at Admiralty MTR station during the morning rush hour on July 24. The protest was a response to the violence at Yuen Long MTR station late on July 21, when a mob of men in white T-shirts brutally attacked passengers, passers-by and those returning from an earlier demonstration in Central. Photo: Bloomberg
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