Secondary school students wave their phones and cover an eye in support of a woman who was injured, during an anti-government rally in Central, Hong Kong, on August 22, 2019. Photo: EPA-EFE Secondary school students wave their phones and cover an eye in support of a woman who was injured, during an anti-government rally in Central, Hong Kong, on August 22, 2019. Photo: EPA-EFE
Secondary school students wave their phones and cover an eye in support of a woman who was injured, during an anti-government rally in Central, Hong Kong, on August 22, 2019. Photo: EPA-EFE
Mathias Woo
Opinion

Opinion

Mathias Woo

How a pop culture revival can save Hong Kong’s frustrated youth

  • One of the main reasons young people are so involved in politics is they lack ways to channel their vigour and thought into creative businesses and innovation
  • The government must recognise the need for sustainable plans to revamp Hong Kong’s creative industries and enrich lives

Secondary school students wave their phones and cover an eye in support of a woman who was injured, during an anti-government rally in Central, Hong Kong, on August 22, 2019. Photo: EPA-EFE Secondary school students wave their phones and cover an eye in support of a woman who was injured, during an anti-government rally in Central, Hong Kong, on August 22, 2019. Photo: EPA-EFE
Secondary school students wave their phones and cover an eye in support of a woman who was injured, during an anti-government rally in Central, Hong Kong, on August 22, 2019. Photo: EPA-EFE
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