Two girls walk past a billboard depicting the "Lennon wall" during the Occupy Central movement. The city has been plagued by a culture of suspicion that divides its people into polar opposites and sometimes blinds them to common sense. Photo: AFP Two girls walk past a billboard depicting the "Lennon wall" during the Occupy Central movement. The city has been plagued by a culture of suspicion that divides its people into polar opposites and sometimes blinds them to common sense. Photo: AFP
Two girls walk past a billboard depicting the "Lennon wall" during the Occupy Central movement. The city has been plagued by a culture of suspicion that divides its people into polar opposites and sometimes blinds them to common sense. Photo: AFP

On Second Thought: Hong Kong becomes bogged down in a culture of suspicion

Leung Chun-ying must also share some blame for the phenomenon

Two girls walk past a billboard depicting the "Lennon wall" during the Occupy Central movement. The city has been plagued by a culture of suspicion that divides its people into polar opposites and sometimes blinds them to common sense. Photo: AFP Two girls walk past a billboard depicting the "Lennon wall" during the Occupy Central movement. The city has been plagued by a culture of suspicion that divides its people into polar opposites and sometimes blinds them to common sense. Photo: AFP
Two girls walk past a billboard depicting the "Lennon wall" during the Occupy Central movement. The city has been plagued by a culture of suspicion that divides its people into polar opposites and sometimes blinds them to common sense. Photo: AFP
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