Students collect stones to be thrown at police near the Pillar of Shame, a sculpture at the University of Hong Kong, on November 12. Photo: APStudents collect stones to be thrown at police near the Pillar of Shame, a sculpture at the University of Hong Kong, on November 12. Photo: AP
Students collect stones to be thrown at police near the Pillar of Shame, a sculpture at the University of Hong Kong, on November 12. Photo: AP

Letters | If Hong Kong could find consensus after 1967 riots, it can do the same again

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Students collect stones to be thrown at police near the Pillar of Shame, a sculpture at the University of Hong Kong, on November 12. Photo: APStudents collect stones to be thrown at police near the Pillar of Shame, a sculpture at the University of Hong Kong, on November 12. Photo: AP
Students collect stones to be thrown at police near the Pillar of Shame, a sculpture at the University of Hong Kong, on November 12. Photo: AP
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