A ‘Lennon Wall’ expressing support for Hong Kong’s protesters inside the Hungry Dino restaurant in Causeway Bay. Photo: Dickson Lee A ‘Lennon Wall’ expressing support for Hong Kong’s protesters inside the Hungry Dino restaurant in Causeway Bay. Photo: Dickson Lee
A ‘Lennon Wall’ expressing support for Hong Kong’s protesters inside the Hungry Dino restaurant in Causeway Bay. Photo: Dickson Lee
Wee Kek Koon
Opinion

Opinion

Reflections by Wee Kek Koon

Our society is fractured, but imperial Chinese history shows we are not the first to be divided

  • Hong Kong’s ‘yellow and blue’ economy exposes a split in society that has widened in recent months
  • The Tang dynasty was weakened by racially motivated violence between Han Chinese and other ethnic groups

A ‘Lennon Wall’ expressing support for Hong Kong’s protesters inside the Hungry Dino restaurant in Causeway Bay. Photo: Dickson Lee A ‘Lennon Wall’ expressing support for Hong Kong’s protesters inside the Hungry Dino restaurant in Causeway Bay. Photo: Dickson Lee
A ‘Lennon Wall’ expressing support for Hong Kong’s protesters inside the Hungry Dino restaurant in Causeway Bay. Photo: Dickson Lee
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