A pedestrian makes this way through a barricade on Pok Fu Lam Road, as demonstrations take place outside the University of Hong Kong, on November 14. Photo: Bloomberg

Violent Hong Kong protesters must face the full force of the law

  • How does violent and dangerous conduct relate in any way to protesters’ ‘five key demands’?
  • Why should a university or any other place be a sanctuary from where they can rain harm on to the public?
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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A pedestrian makes this way through a barricade on Pok Fu Lam Road, as demonstrations take place outside the University of Hong Kong, on November 14. Photo: Bloomberg
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Rush-hour commuters queue for other forms of public transport at Sha Tin MTR station, as protesters disrupted train services on November 12. Photo: AFP

Hong Kong protesters seeking greater freedoms risk destroying everyone else’s

  • Violent protests have been tolerated in Hong Kong in the name of freedom. But some Hongkongers’ extreme pursuit of democratic freedoms is costing others their freedom of speech and other liberties
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Rush-hour commuters queue for other forms of public transport at Sha Tin MTR station, as protesters disrupted train services on November 12. Photo: AFP
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