Violence flared at malls again during “Christmas shopping protests” but no matter what has gone before or how strongly people feel, they should at this time be thinking of others and striving to put aside their differences. Photo: Winson Wong Violence flared at malls again during “Christmas shopping protests” but no matter what has gone before or how strongly people feel, they should at this time be thinking of others and striving to put aside their differences. Photo: Winson Wong
Violence flared at malls again during “Christmas shopping protests” but no matter what has gone before or how strongly people feel, they should at this time be thinking of others and striving to put aside their differences. Photo: Winson Wong
SCMP Editorial
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Editorial by SCMP Editorial

Let’s press the pause button to reflect on season of goodwill

  • After more than six months of civil unrest, the people of Hong Kong should remember that Christmas is a time to put aside differences while looking for solutions to bitter partisanship

Violence flared at malls again during “Christmas shopping protests” but no matter what has gone before or how strongly people feel, they should at this time be thinking of others and striving to put aside their differences. Photo: Winson Wong Violence flared at malls again during “Christmas shopping protests” but no matter what has gone before or how strongly people feel, they should at this time be thinking of others and striving to put aside their differences. Photo: Winson Wong
Violence flared at malls again during “Christmas shopping protests” but no matter what has gone before or how strongly people feel, they should at this time be thinking of others and striving to put aside their differences. Photo: Winson Wong
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