Christmas illuminations form the backdrop as anti-government protesters wearing Guy Fawkes masks hold up their open palms to signify their five demands, at a rally against an emergency mask ban in East Tsim Sha Tsui on November 5. Photo: Felix Wong

For Hong Kong, after the tear gas and petrol, bricks and barricades – a time for hope and peace

  • Advent is when Christians prepare to celebrate the birth of Jesus, who stood for peace and justice. It is a good time for Hongkongers to adopt non-violent methods to express their opinions and for all parties to work towards reconciliation
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Christmas illuminations form the backdrop as anti-government protesters wearing Guy Fawkes masks hold up their open palms to signify their five demands, at a rally against an emergency mask ban in East Tsim Sha Tsui on November 5. Photo: Felix Wong
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Civilians near City University of Hong Kong dormitories in Kowloon Tong clear the roads of bricks and obstacles on November 17. Photo: May Tse

In a divided Hong Kong, 11 things we the people do agree on

  • Hongkongers want the violence to stop, for Americans to keep out and everyone to understand that Hong Kong is a part of China. They also agree on the need for better leadership, starting with a chief executive who is more than merely loyal to Beijing
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Civilians near City University of Hong Kong dormitories in Kowloon Tong clear the roads of bricks and obstacles on November 17. Photo: May Tse
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