A passer-by walks on as tear gas is fired around him by riot police at Causeway Bay MTR station on September 8. Photo: Sam Tsang
Peter G. de Krassel
Opinion

Opinion

Peter G. de Krassel

As protests drag on, Hong Kong people keep calm and carry on

  • Hongkongers have come to accept that street clashes and tear gas are the new normal. Many believe the city will bounce back, as it has after the 1967 riots, the 1980s industrial crisis, the pre-1997 panic and Sars epidemic

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A passer-by walks on as tear gas is fired around him by riot police at Causeway Bay MTR station on September 8. Photo: Sam Tsang
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