Lawyer Joy Luk at a protest in Causeway Bay, on September 29. Photo: Nora Tam
Rachel Cheung
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Opinion

Rachel Cheung

Hong Kong’s blind protester on life on the front line and why she will keep demonstrating

Joy Luk, a 41-year-old lawyer from Yuen Long, first experienced tear gas 14 years ago and has been active in the current protests. She explains why making her presence felt is so important to her

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Lawyer Joy Luk at a protest in Causeway Bay, on September 29. Photo: Nora Tam
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Hongkongers join a sing-along with protesters outside the cultural melting pot of Chungking Mansions. Photo: Dickson Lee

The Hongkongers from ethnic minorities who thank protest movement for helping them finally feel part of the city

  • Vivek Mahbubani says the ‘negative burden’ of ethnicity has been eased by solidarity felt from demonstrations
  • Despite being born and bred in Hong Kong, they report struggling to find sense of belonging amid widespread discrimination
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Hongkongers join a sing-along with protesters outside the cultural melting pot of Chungking Mansions. Photo: Dickson Lee
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