The Democratic Party stresses the Chinese term "unity" as chairwoman Emily Lau and other members discuss development in the northeastern New Territories. Photo: May Tse The Democratic Party stresses the Chinese term "unity" as chairwoman Emily Lau and other members discuss development in the northeastern New Territories. Photo: May Tse
The Democratic Party stresses the Chinese term "unity" as chairwoman Emily Lau and other members discuss development in the northeastern New Territories. Photo: May Tse

Can Democratic Party be divided and still conquer?

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The Democratic Party stresses the Chinese term "unity" as chairwoman Emily Lau and other members discuss development in the northeastern New Territories. Photo: May Tse The Democratic Party stresses the Chinese term "unity" as chairwoman Emily Lau and other members discuss development in the northeastern New Territories. Photo: May Tse
The Democratic Party stresses the Chinese term "unity" as chairwoman Emily Lau and other members discuss development in the northeastern New Territories. Photo: May Tse
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