Protesters and students stand together to form a human chain, calling for Hong Kong’s chief executive to meet all the demands made by anti-government protesters, at Chinese University on September 6. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Enoch Hsu
Opinion

Opinion

Enoch Hsu

To ensure Hong Kong’s economic prosperity, young people must be allowed the freedom to pursue personal well-being

  • To older Hongkongers used to sacrificing personal liberty for economic advancement, young protesters are wrecking the economy
  • But for youths, prosperity is merely a means to pursue personal happiness, without which wealth is meaningless

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Protesters and students stand together to form a human chain, calling for Hong Kong’s chief executive to meet all the demands made by anti-government protesters, at Chinese University on September 6. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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