The Kowloon skyline is reflected in windows of the Legislative Council Complex. A newly founded political party is calling for “one country, two systems” to be extended for 50 years. Photo: Felix Wong The Kowloon skyline is reflected in windows of the Legislative Council Complex. A newly founded political party is calling for “one country, two systems” to be extended for 50 years. Photo: Felix Wong
The Kowloon skyline is reflected in windows of the Legislative Council Complex. A newly founded political party is calling for “one country, two systems” to be extended for 50 years. Photo: Felix Wong
Alice Wu
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Opinion

Alice Wu

Amid the gloom over ‘one country, two systems’, a new party offers hope for Hong Kong politics

  • The Bauhinia Party is seeking a better deal with Beijing: an extension of the city’s freedoms by 50 years. Can it succeed where the traditional pro-establishment camp has failed?

The Kowloon skyline is reflected in windows of the Legislative Council Complex. A newly founded political party is calling for “one country, two systems” to be extended for 50 years. Photo: Felix Wong The Kowloon skyline is reflected in windows of the Legislative Council Complex. A newly founded political party is calling for “one country, two systems” to be extended for 50 years. Photo: Felix Wong
The Kowloon skyline is reflected in windows of the Legislative Council Complex. A newly founded political party is calling for “one country, two systems” to be extended for 50 years. Photo: Felix Wong
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Alice Wu

Alice Wu

Alice Wu fell down the rabbit hole of politics aged 12, when she ran her first election campaign. She has been writing about local politics and current affairs for the Post since 2008. Alice's daily needs include her journals, books, a multi-coloured pen and several lattes.