Opposition lawmakers including Tanya Chan (standing on table) hold up protest posters and disrupt Chief Executive Carrie Lam’s policy address, in the Legislative Council chamber on October 16. Photo: Edward Wong

Want a better future for Hong Kong? Start by ending the chaos in the Legislative Council

  • Endless disruption and heckling is foolish; pro-democracy lawmakers should be listening, criticising and making recommendations for a better Hong Kong
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Opposition lawmakers including Tanya Chan (standing on table) hold up protest posters and disrupt Chief Executive Carrie Lam’s policy address, in the Legislative Council chamber on October 16. Photo: Edward Wong
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The protests in Hong Kong have become increasingly violent. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong protests will have ‘unbearable and devastating consequences’, Chinese state media says

  • Aim of opposition lawmakers is to ‘mess up Hong Kong, overthrow [its] government and seize power’, People’s Daily says in commentary
  • The ‘continuous politicisation and violence is seriously damaging the inherent strength of [the city’s] economy’, it says
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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The protests in Hong Kong have become increasingly violent. Photo: Sam Tsang
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