Activist Vivian with the statue of Liu Xiaobo on Paterson Street, in Causeway Bay. Picture: Jonathan WongActivist Vivian with the statue of Liu Xiaobo on Paterson Street, in Causeway Bay. Picture: Jonathan Wong
Activist Vivian with the statue of Liu Xiaobo on Paterson Street, in Causeway Bay. Picture: Jonathan Wong

Liu Xiaobo memorial a litmus test of protest fatigue in Hong Kong, where democracy movement is divided and disillusioned

A generation aroused by Tiananmen incident to fight for democracy locally and in mainland China no longer connects with young people focused on Hong Kong’s fate, and failure of Occupy Central sit-ins has dulled appetite for activism

Topic |   Liu Xiaobo
Activist Vivian with the statue of Liu Xiaobo on Paterson Street, in Causeway Bay. Picture: Jonathan WongActivist Vivian with the statue of Liu Xiaobo on Paterson Street, in Causeway Bay. Picture: Jonathan Wong
Activist Vivian with the statue of Liu Xiaobo on Paterson Street, in Causeway Bay. Picture: Jonathan Wong
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