Hongkongers continue to eat as Chief Executive Carrie Lam speaks during a pre-recorded message televised on September 4, as she announced the withdrawal of the extradition bill and an independent study to probe social ills. Photo: Robert NgHongkongers continue to eat as Chief Executive Carrie Lam speaks during a pre-recorded message televised on September 4, as she announced the withdrawal of the extradition bill and an independent study to probe social ills. Photo: Robert Ng
Hongkongers continue to eat as Chief Executive Carrie Lam speaks during a pre-recorded message televised on September 4, as she announced the withdrawal of the extradition bill and an independent study to probe social ills. Photo: Robert Ng
Bernard Chan
Opinion

Opinion

Bernard Chan

Diverse and tolerant Hong Kong has always managed to unite to face challenges – and that’s what brings a weary city hope amid the continuing unrest

  • The past three months have been exhausting, physically and mentally, for MTR staff, police, reporters – and protesters
  • With the extradition bill withdrawn, now is the time to remember friends on the other side of the dispute and begin mending fences

Hongkongers continue to eat as Chief Executive Carrie Lam speaks during a pre-recorded message televised on September 4, as she announced the withdrawal of the extradition bill and an independent study to probe social ills. Photo: Robert NgHongkongers continue to eat as Chief Executive Carrie Lam speaks during a pre-recorded message televised on September 4, as she announced the withdrawal of the extradition bill and an independent study to probe social ills. Photo: Robert Ng
Hongkongers continue to eat as Chief Executive Carrie Lam speaks during a pre-recorded message televised on September 4, as she announced the withdrawal of the extradition bill and an independent study to probe social ills. Photo: Robert Ng
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