A woman wearing a mask walks past the shutters of a shop plastered with ads for discounted products in Tsim Sha Tsui on March 18. Small businesses in Hong Kong are struggling to survive as people stay home during the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Nora Tam A woman wearing a mask walks past the shutters of a shop plastered with ads for discounted products in Tsim Sha Tsui on March 18. Small businesses in Hong Kong are struggling to survive as people stay home during the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Nora Tam
A woman wearing a mask walks past the shutters of a shop plastered with ads for discounted products in Tsim Sha Tsui on March 18. Small businesses in Hong Kong are struggling to survive as people stay home during the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Nora Tam
Mike Rowse
Opinion

Opinion

Mike Rowse

Elections in the aftermath of coronavirus: how Hong Kong’s blue and yellow camps should alter their strategies

  • Both opposition pan-democrat and pro-establishment parties cannot afford to ignore the crippling impact of the coronavirus pandemic, protests and trade war on the economy and how this will influence voter behaviour in the Legco election

A woman wearing a mask walks past the shutters of a shop plastered with ads for discounted products in Tsim Sha Tsui on March 18. Small businesses in Hong Kong are struggling to survive as people stay home during the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Nora Tam A woman wearing a mask walks past the shutters of a shop plastered with ads for discounted products in Tsim Sha Tsui on March 18. Small businesses in Hong Kong are struggling to survive as people stay home during the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Nora Tam
A woman wearing a mask walks past the shutters of a shop plastered with ads for discounted products in Tsim Sha Tsui on March 18. Small businesses in Hong Kong are struggling to survive as people stay home during the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Nora Tam
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