Protesters call for their five demands to be met during a September 8 march to the US consulate in Hong Kong, calling on Washington to pass an act in support of Hong Kong’s democratic development and human rights. Photo: Felix Wong
Brian YS Wong
Opinion

Opinion

Brian YS Wong

Hong Kong’s young protesters can’t be pigeonholed, and neither can their problems – they are not so easily dismissed

  • There is no single grievance and no magic bullet. The government should stop inferring and start listening to the plurality of young people’s views, give them a greater voice in policymaking and commit to genuine political reform

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Protesters call for their five demands to be met during a September 8 march to the US consulate in Hong Kong, calling on Washington to pass an act in support of Hong Kong’s democratic development and human rights. Photo: Felix Wong
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