Chinese characters reading “add oil” from one angle and “Hong Kong” from another are displayed on a road during a protest in Hong Kong on July 1. Both the Hong Kong and Beijing governments should see that continued unrest is in nobody’s interests. Photo: Bloomberg
Brian YS Wong
Opinion

Opinion

Brian YS Wong

It’s easy to play the blame game. It’s harder – but necessary – for Carrie Lam to restart dialogue and negotiate Hong Kong’s future

  • Whatever you think of their actions, a good number of young Hongkongers feel their options have been exhausted. It’s time for political moderates who have Beijing’s ear to step up and broker dialogue between the administration and protesters

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Chinese characters reading “add oil” from one angle and “Hong Kong” from another are displayed on a road during a protest in Hong Kong on July 1. Both the Hong Kong and Beijing governments should see that continued unrest is in nobody’s interests. Photo: Bloomberg
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