Anti-government protesters hold a lunchtime rally at the International Finance Centre in Central on November 26. Photo: Sam TsangAnti-government protesters hold a lunchtime rally at the International Finance Centre in Central on November 26. Photo: Sam Tsang
Anti-government protesters hold a lunchtime rally at the International Finance Centre in Central on November 26. Photo: Sam Tsang
Billy Huang
Opinion

Opinion

Billy Huang

Gandhi’s real lesson for Hong Kong in the midst of protests: cowardice is worse than using violence

  • Why lambast protesters’ violence but not the government coercion that led to it, or the failure to punish triad attacks?
  • We should keep in mind that Gandhi promoted non-violence, but his greatest contempt was for those who cower in the face of injustice

Anti-government protesters hold a lunchtime rally at the International Finance Centre in Central on November 26. Photo: Sam TsangAnti-government protesters hold a lunchtime rally at the International Finance Centre in Central on November 26. Photo: Sam Tsang
Anti-government protesters hold a lunchtime rally at the International Finance Centre in Central on November 26. Photo: Sam Tsang
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