A mainland-linked restaurant in Tsim Sha Tsui is one of many businesses to suffer vandalism during the months-long protests in Hong Kong. Photo: Edmond So

As long as Hong Kong elite don’t feel the pinch, protests are likely to rage on

Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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A mainland-linked restaurant in Tsim Sha Tsui is one of many businesses to suffer vandalism during the months-long protests in Hong Kong. Photo: Edmond So
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An anti-government protester holds a tear-gas canister during clashes with police on October 20. Photo: Reuters
Raymond Young
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Opinion

Raymond Young

Violent young protesters aren’t fighting a noble cause, they will only do lasting damage to themselves and Hong Kong

  • Influential members of the community have led young people to believe that violence is justified in pursuit of a noble cause. But such action may well ruin the lives of the protesters and forever discredit the democracy movement in the eyes of Beijing

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An anti-government protester holds a tear-gas canister during clashes with police on October 20. Photo: Reuters
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