Anti-government protesters attend a prayer rally calling for international aid, at Edinburgh Place in Central. Photo: Winson Wong Anti-government protesters attend a prayer rally calling for international aid, at Edinburgh Place in Central. Photo: Winson Wong
Anti-government protesters attend a prayer rally calling for international aid, at Edinburgh Place in Central. Photo: Winson Wong
Enoch Hsu
Opinion

Opinion

Enoch Hsu

Hong Kong protests reveal a government failing to protect its citizens’ economic and social well-being

  • The Hong Kong government has been more focused on global rankings and pleasing big companies than supporting its citizens. And in one international ranking – happiness – the city has been lagging, and this helps to explain protesters’ anger

Anti-government protesters attend a prayer rally calling for international aid, at Edinburgh Place in Central. Photo: Winson Wong Anti-government protesters attend a prayer rally calling for international aid, at Edinburgh Place in Central. Photo: Winson Wong
Anti-government protesters attend a prayer rally calling for international aid, at Edinburgh Place in Central. Photo: Winson Wong
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