Two students hold hands as protesters form a human chain at a rally on September 6. Anti-government protests sparked by opposition to the extradition bill have entered their third month. Photo: K.Y. Cheng Two students hold hands as protesters form a human chain at a rally on September 6. Anti-government protests sparked by opposition to the extradition bill have entered their third month. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Two students hold hands as protesters form a human chain at a rally on September 6. Anti-government protests sparked by opposition to the extradition bill have entered their third month. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Letters | Hong Kong, divided by protests, needs a platform for open dialogue. Here’s how to design one

  • Hong Kong should put its expertise in large-scale surveys to work and launch a two-phase process to collect public opinion, assess ideas and facilitate consensus
  • Participants must be drawn from across society and have their identity authenticated

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Two students hold hands as protesters form a human chain at a rally on September 6. Anti-government protests sparked by opposition to the extradition bill have entered their third month. Photo: K.Y. Cheng Two students hold hands as protesters form a human chain at a rally on September 6. Anti-government protests sparked by opposition to the extradition bill have entered their third month. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Two students hold hands as protesters form a human chain at a rally on September 6. Anti-government protests sparked by opposition to the extradition bill have entered their third month. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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