A man waves the Hong Kong flag in a shopping mall in the city while celebrating Siobhan Haughey’s silver medal in the women’s 100m freestyle swimming final, at the Tokyo Olympics on July 30. Photo: AFP
A man waves the Hong Kong flag in a shopping mall in the city while celebrating Siobhan Haughey’s silver medal in the women’s 100m freestyle swimming final, at the Tokyo Olympics on July 30. Photo: AFP
Brian Y. S. Wong
Opinion

Opinion

Brian Y. S. Wong

Amid an exodus, what Hong Kong needs most is unity

  • We should heed the words of Xia Baolong: the city needs officials who can contribute to China’s progress by uniting Hongkongers
  • The rise of boy band Mirror and the performance of our athletes have shown it is possible, however briefly, to bridge the political divide in Hong Kong

A man waves the Hong Kong flag in a shopping mall in the city while celebrating Siobhan Haughey’s silver medal in the women’s 100m freestyle swimming final, at the Tokyo Olympics on July 30. Photo: AFP
A man waves the Hong Kong flag in a shopping mall in the city while celebrating Siobhan Haughey’s silver medal in the women’s 100m freestyle swimming final, at the Tokyo Olympics on July 30. Photo: AFP
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