Anti-government protesters hold up photos of 15-year-old Chan Yin-lam during a lunchtime march in Central on October 18, 2019. Chan’s death last year was made an issue by the protesters. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Alice Wu
Opinion

Opinion

Alice Wu

Has Hong Kong reached a turning point, as a district council backs away from ugly politics?

  • Proposals to name parks after two late young Hongkongers reeked of political exploitation. When the Sai Kung District Council finally suspended discussions on the park-naming motions, it was a small victory for a better kind of politics
Anti-government protesters hold up photos of 15-year-old Chan Yin-lam during a lunchtime march in Central on October 18, 2019. Chan’s death last year was made an issue by the protesters. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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