Anti-government protesters leave a note explaining why, next to a vandalised Bank of China ATM machine in Yau Ma Tei on October 20. A planned Civil Human Rights Front march on the day was banned by police out of public safety concerns. Photo: Felix Wong

How far will Hong Kong protesters go in trashing everything with China links?

Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Anti-government protesters leave a note explaining why, next to a vandalised Bank of China ATM machine in Yau Ma Tei on October 20. A planned Civil Human Rights Front march on the day was banned by police out of public safety concerns. Photo: Felix Wong
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Illustration: Craig Stephens
Michael C. Davis
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Michael C. Davis

Democratic reform is the best way to protect Hong Kong’s autonomy and halt the cycle of protests and repression

  • Lack of autonomy is at the heart of protests past and present. A democratically elected government would be better placed to safeguard this, convey the city’s concerns in terms that are palatable to Beijing, and end the protests

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Illustration: Craig Stephens
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