The waterfront near Canton Road. Hong Kong’s economy came to a standstill during the 1922 seamen’s strike. Photo: GIS
Jason Wordie
Opinion

Opinion

Then & Now by Jason Wordie

What Hong Kong leadership can learn from 1922 seamen’s strike

  • The draconian laws being mooted to deal with Hong Kong’s civil unrest were first enacted by a competent leadership – unlike that of today

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The waterfront near Canton Road. Hong Kong’s economy came to a standstill during the 1922 seamen’s strike. Photo: GIS
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