Hongkongers gather in a mall to watch the live broadcast of the Tokyo Olympics’ women’s 100m race where Siobhan Haughey won a silver medal on July 30. Photo: Dickson Lee Hongkongers gather in a mall to watch the live broadcast of the Tokyo Olympics’ women’s 100m race where Siobhan Haughey won a silver medal on July 30. Photo: Dickson Lee
Hongkongers gather in a mall to watch the live broadcast of the Tokyo Olympics’ women’s 100m race where Siobhan Haughey won a silver medal on July 30. Photo: Dickson Lee
Alice Wu
Opinion

Opinion

Alice Wu

Tokyo Olympics: blue or yellow, we rally behind Team Hong Kong

  • How refreshing it is to be able to raise our arms and holler ‘add oil’ and ‘Hong Kong’ in the same breath without having to fear being judged or misunderstood
  • We acknowledge the deep wounds left by our divisive politics, yet must try to rise above the polarisation

Hongkongers gather in a mall to watch the live broadcast of the Tokyo Olympics’ women’s 100m race where Siobhan Haughey won a silver medal on July 30. Photo: Dickson Lee Hongkongers gather in a mall to watch the live broadcast of the Tokyo Olympics’ women’s 100m race where Siobhan Haughey won a silver medal on July 30. Photo: Dickson Lee
Hongkongers gather in a mall to watch the live broadcast of the Tokyo Olympics’ women’s 100m race where Siobhan Haughey won a silver medal on July 30. Photo: Dickson Lee
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