A protester at Polytechnic University in Hong Kong on November 16 under the message: “Liberty or Death”. A third option might be to effect change from within, starting with the district council elections. Photo: Reuters
Vijay Verghese
Opinion

Opinion

Vijay Verghese

Far from ruining Hong Kong, America’s human rights and democracy bill could be used to cool things down

  • Pan-democrats could persuade protesters to claim the US-sponsored act as a moral victory, vent their steam through the district council elections and win bigger support to revisit universal suffrage in the Legislative Council

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A protester at Polytechnic University in Hong Kong on November 16 under the message: “Liberty or Death”. A third option might be to effect change from within, starting with the district council elections. Photo: Reuters
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Yonden Lhatoo
Yonden Lhatoo
Opinion

SCMP Columnist

Just Saying by Yonden Lhatoo

Is there no limit to US hypocrisy in exploiting Hong Kong’s crisis?

  • Yonden Lhatoo calls out grandstanding American politicians who care nothing for the well-being of the city while using it as a pawn against Beijing

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