Radical protesters need a better strategy. The concept of “if we burn, you burn” will benefit no one. But the police have, however, become part of the problem and often fuelled further anger. Photo: Sam Tsang Radical protesters need a better strategy. The concept of “if we burn, you burn” will benefit no one. But the police have, however, become part of the problem and often fuelled further anger. Photo: Sam Tsang
Radical protesters need a better strategy. The concept of “if we burn, you burn” will benefit no one. But the police have, however, become part of the problem and often fuelled further anger. Photo: Sam Tsang
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Hong Kong must show its true spirit if we are to forge a better future for all

  • Three days of escalating unrest and violence have pushed city to a critical point where protesters, police and government need to seek reconciliation

Radical protesters need a better strategy. The concept of “if we burn, you burn” will benefit no one. But the police have, however, become part of the problem and often fuelled further anger. Photo: Sam Tsang Radical protesters need a better strategy. The concept of “if we burn, you burn” will benefit no one. But the police have, however, become part of the problem and often fuelled further anger. Photo: Sam Tsang
Radical protesters need a better strategy. The concept of “if we burn, you burn” will benefit no one. But the police have, however, become part of the problem and often fuelled further anger. Photo: Sam Tsang
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