An estimated 9,000 mostly elderly people march on Wednesday in support of young Hongkongers at the forefront of the protest movement calling for the withdrawal of the extradition bill and demanding universal suffrage. Photo: Winson Wong
Bernard Chan
Opinion

Opinion

Bernard Chan

Hong Kong government needs to win back trust by listening harder to not just the young, but everyone it serves

  • Older Hongkongers may prize material well-being while younger ones value social justice, but focusing on these divisions is to miss the point. To be effective, the government needs to listen to a broad range of the community on a broad range of issues

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An estimated 9,000 mostly elderly people march on Wednesday in support of young Hongkongers at the forefront of the protest movement calling for the withdrawal of the extradition bill and demanding universal suffrage. Photo: Winson Wong
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